Grimm's Hatchery on PC Gamer cover disk

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  1. Dan MacDonald

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    The august issue, the one with a big starcraft marine on it. :) pretty good issue to be on the coverdisk of.

    Grats Amanda :)
     
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    Yay for Amanda! \ ^o^ /
     
  3. DanMarshall

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    It gets a pretty bad review in the new PCZone.
     
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    Mars Miner should be on PCZone's cover disk also :)
     
  5. DanMarshall

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    Ummmm. Yes, it is, if I recall.

    There's a review in there too, I think.
     
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    Cool! Can you check it if you'll have time? And describe it in couple of words? Because I'm not sure we'll ever see PCZone here in our country :)
     
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    There is one thing I've learned about Grimm's. People either love it or they hate it. There doesn't seem to be an inbetween. Grimm's was fun, but my heart belongs to Aveyond. :)

    @Pkonst
    That is awesome news! I hope you get lots of sales from it. :D
     

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