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Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation Screens and Info

Carol Reed Bosch's Damnation Screens and Info

Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation Screens and Info

The tenth game in the Carol Reed series from developer MDNA Games


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News – January 21, 2014: Release Date for Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation – March 2014

Bosch’s Damnation features a classic adventure interface and is completely mouse-driven. It’s not necessary to have played any previous Carol Reed games in order to enjoy this one.

The game includes an interactive tutorial and a hint system. It has 100 save slots.

Bosch’s Damnation has no graphic violance or action sequences and is suitable for ages 15 and up. 

This is the first Carol Reed game to take place in both winter and summer. It features incredible locations ranging from the surrealistic to the gritty and filthy.

MDNA plans to release a Bosch’s Damnation demo in the near future.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Pentium 1000 or higher
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 16 MB Video Card
  • 800 MB HDD Space
  • Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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