Redemption Cemetery: One Foot in the Grave Collectors Edition

Amax Interactive brings you the next installment of the Redemption Cemetery series! When your best journalist comes to you with a chilling story about strange occurrences at an old cemetery, you can't wait to investigate. Things quickly take a dark turn when she's abducted by dark forces! Do you have what it takes to travel through death and save your friend, or will you become the cemetery’s next resident? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

I bought this game after playing the demo and I liked the length of it and the storyline that went with it. The Redemption Cemetery series has come to be one of the most difficult series for me to write reviews for since all of the installments differ very marginally from one another. It kept me on the edge of my seat, to see what happens next. Had to hit hint. I also like being able to skip in 1 second if I'm just not in the mood. As always, love the graphics, music, and the color scheme. It just didn't want to work. The graphics, audio, cut scenes are excellent, story is interesting enough -- it all comes together to create a "halloween-scary" atmosphere. List is better. That pure soul, is yours, it has to be, or you will remain in darkness like all those who have come before you, because Kirkogrimm doesn't allow anyone out alive! Date published: To break the curse, you must find a crystal for each soul, and activate them with ancient runes on the church's altar. Be careful what you wish for.

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But even he was cursed by evil, feeding upon their pain and removing all hope for peace in the CCollectors, he is now the Embodiment of Evil itself. I'll be buying this one, found myself pleasantly entertained playing the demo tonight. You can disable this full screen pop up, as well as the 30 Achievement popups, if Call of Atlantis don't like this feature. The graphics, audio, cut scenes are excellent, story is interesting enough -- it all comes together to create a "halloween-scary" atmosphere. I don't normally read the details, just play the video clip and some reviews and try it. I love being able to customize the game and I, for one, appreciate having the option of tje vs. The hidden object scenes were enjoyable -- not frustratingly difficult, not overly obvious. Off the Record: Linden Shades is not the standard hidden objects, but a new trend to them. So Graave there is nothing I have not liked about the game. I always bought the Collector's for the guide. The puzzles are similarly dull, although they offer more challenge than the hidden object scenes. Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from One of my many 5 stars because I Love a lot of Pet Hotel Tycoon Thank ERdemption, my Fishy sisters Collcetors brothers for letting me know what to look for in a Collector game. As always, love the graphics, music, and the color scheme. My favorite is the classic list but for all those who wanted some thing new, here it is.

This also mainly has to do with the gameplay, which is flat-out generic. There is an abundance of hidden object scenes in The Cursed Mark, which I do not usually mind, but the ones featured in this game lack any kind of complexity or creativity that would stir up my interest. You can disable this full screen pop up, as well as the 30 Achievement popups, if you don't like this feature. I bought this game after playing the demo and I liked the length of it and the storyline that went with it. I played the demo and as soon as it was done purchased the CE. Looking for a new twist on the same old HO games - this is the one you should play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Horrific Entertainment! No one leaves, not the living and certainly not the dead, you'd be wise to heed the cemetery's grave warning: Only once, only in light. This Redemption Cemetery is a cemetery so full of evil, that not even the living dare to enter! I like the challenge of such games and the darkness, it keeps me guessing. It was better than the game. I had to click the map right on the word or it didn't work.

That pure soul, is yours, it has to be, or you will remain in darkness like all those who have come before you, because Kirkogrimm doesn't allow anyone out alive! It kept me on the edge of my seat, to see what happens next. I was jotting down the puzzle info in my notes and the game finished all by itself correctly even though I hadn't yet started the game! Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from One of my many 5 stars because I Love a lot of Games Thank You, my Fishy sisters and brothers for letting me know what to look for Pet Hotel Tycoon a Collector game. Your meeting with Kear at the Redemption Cemetery definitely did not go as expected when an evil force appeared out of nowhere and kidnapped Kear.


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Let's Play - Redemption Cemetery 11 - One Foot in the Grave - Bonus Part 2

I haven't played the bonus game yet but I will! In my opinion, it's not the game you want if you're looking for something challenging but one I recommend for a few hours of entertaining fun. I bought this game after playing the demo and I liked the length of it and the storyline that went with it. It feels as if AMAX Interactive has given up on trying to come up with new ideas for the Redemption Cemetery games and continue to lazily employ the same-old mechanics over and over and over again. Some times your own green grass is better. The locals built a church within the cemetery, and summoned Kirkogrimm, the Keeper of light so lost souls could acquire the light, and find their way to eternity. That pure soul, is yours, it has to be, or you will remain in darkness like all those who have come before you, because Kirkogrimm doesn't allow anyone out alive! Sure, there is a lot of running back, and fourth, of which most of these games are, and I do hope that in the future, that will change, but, all in all, I really liked this game. Other than that, they aren't bad, and they are varied each time with Keywords in sentences, Interactive Silhouetted Shapes finds, Multiple finds and good old fashioned Text Listed item finds. Sort of like a old school pin ball machine. I'll place this game on my shopping list, and I'll wait the french edition. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by abbynormalusa from Great challenge and variety in the puzzle factor.

Legends say that only a mortal with a pure soul can find the Light of Souls, and release the suffering. No one leaves, not the living and certainly not the dead, you'd be wise to heed the cemetery's grave warning: Only once, only in light. The only way to destroy him is to release the restless souls contained within the three pillars of the cursed, before the break of dawn. In my opinion. Puzzles ranged from challenging-but-doable fun to eye-rollingly stupid please retire those jigsaw puzzles forever. It kept me on the edge of my seat, to see what happens next. The Cursed Mark follows the predictable Redemption Cemetery formula that has been played out a long time ago. The game was the usual good in the redemption chapters, but the surrounding story about the town was too ponderous and talky for me. Sort of like a old school pin ball machine. I just played the free trial 90 minutes of this marvellous game! I don't know how I feel about the slide rule hops. This game revives the spirit of "Redemption Cemetery" better than "Night Terrors" the previous game. This Redemption Cemetery is a cemetery so full of evil, that not even the living dare to enter!

5 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: One Foot in the Grave Collectors Edition

  1. Had a hard time placing some items. Many new challenges await me in the game. I love being able to customize the game and I, for one, appreciate having the option of easy vs. I also love the newer feature RC has added lately that give you statistics after each Hidden Object Scene, with your accuracy percentage, the number of selections you made, the time it took to complete, and the hints used if any. Example only 2 items to place syringe and medicine.

  2. While the location designs are not the most imaginative, the gloomy environment complement the dire nature of the game well. Loved the fairy collection in the hops. The Hidden Object Scenes have one feature I hate, they repeat the scenes a second time, not just some of them, all of them! Usually, this series offers mundane collections, but in this Collector's Edition version, the Collectible Cards are kind of interesting.

  3. I bought this game after playing the demo and I liked the length of it and the storyline that went with it. I'll place this game on my shopping list, and I'll wait the french edition. I am a fond player of Redemption Cemetery Games but this one is different and I love the variation. I loved the carnival gift shop hops and the old school arcade, Skeleton hockey, basketball, crane machine, pin ball. It is your job to help three lose souls find their peace in order to rescue Kear and find out the truth behind this dangerous symbol in your dreams!

  4. The Mini Games range from fairly simple, to medium difficulty, but so far nothing to difficult or frustrating. Why do I need a key to get out of my room because I'm in a game. I bought this game after playing the demo and I liked the length of it and the storyline that went with it. This game grabbed me right from the start! The game was the usual good in the redemption chapters, but the surrounding story about the town was too ponderous and talky for me.

  5. But even he was cursed by evil, feeding upon their pain and removing all hope for peace in the afterlife, he is now the Embodiment of Evil itself. I loved the stain glass jig saw puzzles. The hidden object scenes were enjoyable -- not frustratingly difficult, not overly obvious. It is not the standard hidden objects, but a new trend to them.

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