Grandmother's House is a TG-themed transformation game written in the RAGS engine by AnonymousMan.
You are a normal guy in your mid-twenties. You've recently inherited your grandmother's estate, so despite a bit of bad luck with money and women (especially with women!), things are finally looking up.
I have my problems with this game.
I start this over and over again from the beginning.
I safe the game before I try to use some items that transforms me so I keep my look I got after the nap.
The problem I have is the damn chip needs to be repaired but I don't find any clues where to search for the missing item.
Quite entertaining. It is not a short RAGS game and will take a few hours of your time if the puzzles trip you up or you find yourself triggering a timed ending that you're unable to turn off fast enough.
Plenty of transformation possibilities within the contained location, with good detail and high item variety. You will be backtracking quite a bit at first until you learn the "pattern" of the clues, but it's never going to take you the point of boredom.
A definately classic.
Grandmother's House is a classic: one of the first games that anonymousman built and which already shows his mastery of the rags-engine that allowed him to build "cursed" way beyond the range of most game builders. I first downloaded and played the game years ago. It is a technically flawless riddle game (like many rags-games of those years were): very solvable but also quite complicated and somewhat unforgiving for those who choose wrong. Saving often or working with a walk-through are sensible solutions. The player inherits his grandmother's house (and possibly some money: he drops everything else and comes to the house, in any case) and is slowly but surely pulled into granny's warm embrace... only that granny is neither what one remembers of her nor a very nice person.
There are several games in that line: this is in my opinion one of the better ones and it is survivable.
The pictures are well chosen and fitting, the writing as good as one expects from anonymous man and the tech runs fine.
Replayability is high as long as one tries to find one's own way through the game and has a high enough pain tolerance: mistakes end the game.
Play and enjoy!
i have mixed feelings about this game it finished too early the writing is good but images and scenarios could use some more work. The game for me finished with turning into a girl and that was it. id rate it 4/10
Thirteenth on the list, and this game is okay. The TF's are okay, the writing is good, it's alright. I do wish more was done with it, but what can you do. 3 stars out of 5