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You play Grimm. As you run around the fairytale environment, it becomes "Grim". For example, frolicking deer become half-eaten deer writhing on the ground in agony. Personally, I found this mildly amusing. :)
The gameplay, however, resembles mowing your lawn. You literally just walk around until you've made everything grim. Happy little children and woodland creatures also wander, undoing your work, so you have to return to some areas several times as your power grows. There are no weapons or enemies or other gameplay elements - you just walk around.
Also, definitely not for kids.
Only about... half an hour long. There are other episodes, not included in this download.
Opinion: This game was a lot more fun and had a few surprises in it that wasn't in the first game. Especially since I was turning everything dark I didn't expect in certain scenes birds were attacking people(+1 to game) and practically eating them alive. That was fun and nice to see I guess. Then the end scene where the language of the game picked up. The gameplay
was a little better and far more improved than the first one. I will continue further with this series though. That and the secrets were easy to find than the first. I will be replaying the first game to find the secrets (+1 to game) because I found some in the second game.
Review: The gameplay still needs improvements but the story and idea behind the story is at its prime like the first one. It did have a few surprises and the secrets were well hidden but I found some.