Certified family history, in 7 Grand Steps updated demo

31 January 2013 - Mousechief Co. (developers of Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! and other critically acclaimed games.) updates their playable demo of 7 Grand Steps, with a certified installer for Windows. It and the Mac version also received important bug fixes.

There is a wonderful tale within you -- the story of your ancestors and how you came to be. Experience this family legacy in a brand new way with 7 Grand Steps, a unique casual game, nearing the end of development, for PC and Mac by indie developer Mousechief.

Part board game, part interactive narrative, part historical simulation. 7 Grand Steps tells the story of western ancestors and how they influence lives today. From the sweat of laborers to the perspective of kings, experience the drama of a family lineage that survived the changing ages... or did they survive? How you guide them will determine their fate.

Against the tide of social, multi-player, MMO games, 7 Grand Steps is a personal journey through history. It's an intimate tale to be savored, a little bit at a time or obsessive turn after turn. It is a game of romance, peer rivalry and cooperation, strategizing legacies, rites of passage, striving to survive and achieve, growing old, and passing the torch. Play generation after generation across four social classes that change with the ages.

Make family history!

WINDOWS DEMO, DOWNLOAD LINK:

http://p4.hostingprod.com/@mousechief.com/7gsPCdemoSetup.exe

MACINTOSH DEMO, DOWNLOAD LINK:

http://p4.hostingprod.com/@mousechief.com/7GrandStepsMacDemo.zip

More game details: http://www.7grandsteps.com/

VIDEO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6TFwXtyK-U

OUR FAVORITE TAG-LINE

7 Grand Steps: "The only game where achievements are marked by your family's graves."

 


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