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Grimoire: Manastorm

Grimoire: Manastorm is an FPS MMO that puts a twist on classic shooter action, focusing on spell-casting and magic instead of guns and ammo. Cast unique spells on your enemies to set them aflame, make them vanish, or turn them to stone in intense, fast-paced multiplayer arena combat.

Publisher: Omniconnection
Type: Shooter
PvP: Conquest / Free-For-All
Release Date: February 04, 2015 (Early Access)
Pros: +Variety of unique spells. +Multiple classes. +Fast-paced spell combat.
Cons: -No single-player. -Lacks content. -Tiny playerbase.

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Grimoire: Manastorm Overview

In Grimoire: Manastorm two great houses of wizardry feud in the streets over the power of the Grimoire, placing players on either side of a conflict under the banners of House Magnus or House Validus. Grimoire is a unique FPS that pits powerful mages against each other in multiplayer arenas, blending the skillful positioning and twitch-based combat of first-person shooter games with MOBA-inspired spells that inspire tactical gameplay and intelligent spell countering. Every spell cast has a counter, making it possible to avoid quick death by playing intelligently. Choose one of the game's six wizard classes specializing in different elements, wielding four primary class spells, passive abilities, and two unique spells from a shared pool to devastate your foes in combat. Pick from multiple maps and two distinct game modes: Conquest, the game's unique equivalent of capture the point, and Free-For-All, where players can freely try out the game without worrying about objectives.

Grimoire: Manastorm Key Features:

  • Fast-Paced Magic Battles – fight in epic magical battles on the streets of Aesir, using your wits and spellbook to attack and counter enemies.
  • Six Playable Classes – pick from a variety of distinct classes that offer access to different elemental spells and roles.
  • Tons of Unique Spells – equip your four primary class skills then customize your loadout with passives and spells from a large shared pool, which range from teleportation to a powerful kinetic blast that sends foes flying.
  • Multiple Game Modes – partake in the game's PvP modes that include Conquest and Free-For-All modes.
  • Twist on Shooter Genre – try something different and get your FPS fix from Grimoire's first-person tactical mage battling.

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Grimoire: Manastorm - Early Access Trailer

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System Requirements

Grimoire: Manastorm System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Pentium 4 2.20GHz / Athlon XP 2600+
Video Card: GeForce 210 / Radeon X600 Series
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz / Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+
Video Card: GeForce GT 340 / Radeon X1900 GT
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB


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Additional Info

Grimoire: Manastorm Additional Information

Developer: Omniconnection

Game Engine: Unreal Engine

Kickstarter Launch Date: September 12, 2014
Steam Greenlight Date: October 12, 2014
Steam Early Access Date: February 04, 2015

Release Date: October 26, 2017

Development History / Background:

Grimoire: Manastorm is being developed and published for Steam by Omniconnection, a California-based game developer. The game was initially placed on Kickstarter with a playable demo on September 12, 2014, with a funding goal of $42,000, along with a Steam Greenlight page. The Kickstarter did not meet its funding goal, raising only $9,655 of its $42,000 goal, although the game was greenlit on Steam on October 12, 2014. The game released as an Early Access title on February 4, 2015 using a buy-to-play model to fund its development. The game originally launched as buy to play but later went free to play.