Though the developer warns its unfinished and in places even unfair, Grand Adventure!, by Grent with writing by EmptyGoddess and art by Jhomar Soriano, is nevertheless a compellingly creepy action adventure with a retro style. As it begins, you wake with a pounding head and a sense of deja vu, memories of a smiling girl dancing in your head, and it quickly becomes apparent something is seriously wrong here. Use the [arrow] keys to move, and the [spacebar] to interact, with [Z] to swing your sword once you find it, but keep your wits about you... there are puzzles and traps everywhere, but if you die, you'll just be set back a short ways. Grand Adventure! has a great blend of classic pixel graphics that are intercut with more "realistic" artwork that serve to tell the story, building foreboding as you go, with a surprising amount of tension for such a simple presentation. You might not want to play this if you get easily grossed out or disturbed by gore, or if, oh, say, you have an aversion to bugs. Unfortunately, the game is missing what the developer intended to be its "true" ending, but what exists is still a great morbid fairytale style adventure that's well worth playing, and we hope we see even more and bigger adventures from its talented team down the line.