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Release Date for Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation – March 2014

Release Date for Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation – March 2014

Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation to be released March 2014! 10th Carol Reed Game from MDNA.


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Related Article – Carol Reed Bosch’s Damnation Screens and Info – January 16th, 2014

The 10th game in the Carol Reed series, in the 10th year since the first release, Bosch’s Damnation is set to be released in March of 2014.

The Carol Reed series from MDNA Games has developed a loyal following of adventure gamers who praise the storytelling and the graphical style. The game is played in a slideshow, first person perspective. View the related article above to see a number of additional screenshots.

Bosch’s Damnation has Carol Reed investigating the mysterious disappearance of the Steingranat’s family – a wealthy Swedish family, and the history and life of the eccentric, but long deceased patriarch, Malte Stiengranat.  

About (from MDNA):

The game is 100% mouse driven and features a classic adventure game interface. There is absolutely no need to have played any of the previous Carol Reed games to fully enjoy Bosch’s Damnation. The game starts with an interactive tutorial which explains how to play the game. And don’t worry about getting stuck. The game features a hint system which you can consult at any time.

The game takes place in Sweden, but is in English. All dialogue has optional subtitles.

You can save or load your game at any time, and there are 100 save slots at your disposal.

The game contains no graphic violence or swearing. It has no action sequences and is suitable for ages 15 and up. You can’t die in the game.

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David Kim

David Kim

David Kim is a self-professed gamer geek who's whiled away countless hours on Adventure, RPG, and RTS games. Topping his recommended Adventure Games list for recent releases are Grim Fandango Remastered, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and The Walking Dead.When he's not playing adventure games, expect to find David laddering in StarCraft II or doing another arena run on Hearthstone. David is best playing Terran but wishes he could play Zerg competently. His favorite class in Hearthstone is Mage.David moved to Tampa, FL in 2010 from NYC, and is glad he doesn't have to deal with NE weather and the outrageous costs of living in the city.

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