American McGee’s Grimm arrives on Steam Grimmlight

Grimm

By on July 30, 2013 at 7:36 pm

Spicy Horse’s debut title Grimm has appeared on Steam Greenlight, five years after its first official release.

The game, which has been available on the official Spicyworld shop and other outlets for many years now, consists of 23 episodes with one released each week beginning back in July 2008.

Spicy Horse are currently discussing whether or not to release it as one large download of all the episodes, or as individual bundles.

If you’d like to vote for it, head over here and show it some support.

American McGee and Spicy Horse are currently running a Kickstarter seeking $200,000 to buy the film rights to the American McGee’s Alice movies so they can make a bunch of sweet short films. Check that out here.

Source: VG247

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