Still haven't fully completed it yet, BUT WOW THIS BROUGHT IT UP A NOTCH! Even harder puzzles and maps, and then addition of the bombs was a fine touch. This is an excellent expansion to an already fantastic game ^^
Grimps: Squeaking of the Dead
A downloadable game for Windows
Goblin Grotto brings an expansion to Grimps: A Christmas Puzzle.
Once there was a bustling metropolis located in a beautiful snowy valley. It’s building were made of the purest ice that
would spark and glimmer in the arctic sun. On one misty night the earth shook and terrified squeaks echoed throughout
the valley; very next morning the frosty city was no more.
Travelers who journeyed close to the valley say that during the nights they can hear distant and forlorn squeaks from
where the city once was.
Some penguins mustered enough strength to enter the valley despite the horrible tales.
Of all those who entered, none has ever returned.
8 New Levels ◦ New Creatures & Obstacles ◦ Password Save/Load System ◦ Swappable Borders
Squeaking of the Dead Complete
Comes with both A Christmas Puzzle and Squeaking of the Dead. The best pick if you don't have A Christmas Puzzle already installed.
Squeaking of the Dead Upgrade
If you have A Christmas Puzzle v1.1 installed you can download this installer to upgrade it to the Squeaking of the Dead expansion. Run the installer and locate the folder for A Christmas Puzzle (by default called Grimps) and start the installation.
- V 1.1 Released!Oct 28, 2018
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This is an excellent addition to the first game, and it really set the bar higher for difficulty too! After playing the first Grimps game I noticed this one right away and decided that it must be part if my Christmas playlist.
And. I. Was. Not. Disappointed.
Squeaking of the Dead is cute, creepy and fiendishly difficult. And I appreciate all of these things.
So if you like old school puzzle games, penguins and zombie (penguins), get this game downloaded and round off 2019 in style!
Hi, what about a pingouin friendly game ? Would it be on PC Linux too ?