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The original Grim Fandango website...

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http://lucasarts.grim-fandango.com/grim_features.html

"Hundreds of puzzles", "90 exotic locations"? I guess the back alley of the Department of Death is exotic LOL

Tim's dev diaries were on Gamespot, they weren't archived on this site; Here's links to them:

https://web.archive.org/web/20090330022613/http://www.gamespot.com/features/fandango_dd/index.html

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There are some extra images in the gamespot archived version that might be worth it to some people, though.

I never read the design doc, thanks!

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There are some extra images in the gamespot archived version that might be worth it to some people, though.

Good to know!

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Possibly easier to read the game diaries here:

http://www.grimfandango.net/?page=diaries

And don't forget the original design document (with the deliberately messed up final section because Tim hadn't finished it yet :)

http://www.przygodoskop.pl/021/inne/gf_doc.pdf

Wow! I'd never seen that design document before, and I thought I'd scoured everything Grim Fandango related out there. That was really cool to see.

In light of the remastered edition coming out I just dug out the manual from the original game box. This is thing is so great, I'm so glad I saved it.

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Makes me think I should dust off my http://scummgames.com/ website. Unfortunately the original website was stored on a now crashed and dead HDD (yeah I know I'm an idiot), although I think I still have the main design somewhere. The unfortunate thing about these games is there isn't enough promotion.

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