Redemption Cemetery: One Foot in the Grave

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'm not even sure it rates the 4 stars which I am giving it. That said, this review is based on the Demo. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ctexbutterfly from love the game like the hidden oject gamel looking for more like this my favert one is hidden oblect cames Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by nadaze2da from Create chaos or not to create chaos? I wouldn't mind playing it again in a year or 2. Storylines are quite intriguing in all games, but this time even more excitement lays ahead, as we are not alone on our journey. Great fun, Love the mix of tasks to complete, not just the standard, ho-hum, HOs one after another. Then they added Conversation Options, which in itself isn't all that bad, but it takes place on almost every conversation in every scene, multiple times. I was disappointed that there was no bonus chapter. Karen is your best journalist, who brought us to the cemetery with news on paranormal activity there. I loved this. Something about a skeleton on a horse I guess. Redemption for him but at the same time, saving of our companion. Once a course of action is taken, you are committed.

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I thought this was a fun game and I enjoyed playing it! It's one of the best games I've purchased in a long while. There is a moon on Big Win Goldmine bottom left that will turn red if you begin to make Chaotic or unethical decisions during the game. I loved this. It Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame some puzzles I liked. I am on the fence about the how the game proceeds as to whether I really liked it or not. The voices are ok. Redemption for him but at the same time, saving of our companion. I looooooove it! Will definitely be a buy for me when some extra money is available. Once I didn't let the rat out of the cage and that created chaos. It really had the surprise factor for me. Just more of the same. I love the option in a Trapped: The Abduction to choose how the story progresses as I feel it is Mahjongg Artifacts to make the experience as individual as possible and i like the different range of problems and hidden objects. It served as his eyes and will do so for us, to see more.

Everyone has their own likes and dislikes People are frightened of noises and lights on the graveyard and even hired armed soldiers for their protection. Karen is your best journalist, who brought us to the cemetery with news on paranormal activity there. The Hidden Object Scenes have changed as well. Having to stop and choose a response is a bit intrusive into the flow of the game, but I kinda found it interesting to see if my responses created chaos or not. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from It kept me Entertained Based on the completed game. A word of warning. The camera can also help you find secret areas, or to see thing in a different light. Another scene requires you to use the lantern to pan several areas in search of dangerous creatures and ignoring the creatures who aren't dangerous. I liked it enought to buy the CE but they say there are no collectibles, so I won't. There aren't any collectibles or morphs offered, just points to earn to tip the scales of justice. You do not get do overs on your decisions. He promises to help, as Karen has sneaked into the graveyard before us and is now caught in a tomb. The storyline was far-fetched, of course, but still interesting.

I didn't like when you have continue. It's one of the best games I've purchased in a long while. In fact, it was like there was a whole story and final game missing. Okay, I have enough of an imagination and storytelling ability that I can fix one up for myself, but that is not what we are here for. I love the option in a game to choose how the story progresses as I feel it is great to make the experience as individual as possible and i like the different range of problems and hidden objects. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamesrgreatfun from A Fun, Long Game I thought this game was fun to play. I would recommend it. You do not get do Cemefery: on your decisions. Date published: Clap, clap, clap, clap. First, I have to admit iin is one Cemetedy: my Favourite series. The graphic are great. I don't know how I missed this game when it first came out but I had it as an offer with another game I just purchased recently so I purchased it due to the price and I have to say Hhe really, really liked this game! Turns out he is a sweetheart, if skeleton's had The Mahjong Huntress.


I'll be honest with you, when it came down to me choosing between saving Nathan or saving Karen, I chose to save Nathan. Date published: We have a companion. This series was able to renew itself over the years and improve while maintaining these strengths: an always interesting bonus, interactive and original soc, beautiful videos, trophies and collections to find. I liked it enought to buy the CE but they say there are no collectibles, so I won't. More a small aid, unobstrusive Karen and the importance of the right choice. I can't comment on music since I don't listen to it. That said, this review is based on the Demo. At first sight, I thought the Cemetery Keeper was going to be an evil dude with a booming bass voice. You cannot withstand and both of you start out for the ghostly place. I love this series of games and was pleased to see the next installment. I had to click on the word continue or I wasn't moving. In fact, it was like there was a whole story and final game missing. Most of the HOP's require you to use a lantern, the same lantern, even more awesome!

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An interesting story that respects the theme of the Redemption Cemetery - unfinished death! I especially liked the mini-games. You don't go around letting rats out of cages! To make matters worse, I spend most of my time saving Karen, first she's abducted in the graveyard, and we hadn't been there 10 minutes yet, then she gets kidnapped by venomous snakes, then she get thrown in a well, which btw, is in no way, shape or form, a well, it's an underground prison cell then she gets stuck under a bunch of rocks! The Hidden Object Scenes have changed as well. I can't comment on music since I don't listen to it. The game is full of mini games, most are fun but some more slowing the pace of the game. It really had the surprise factor for me. Date published: I'm not usually too bowled over by Redemption Cemetary, but this one was really good I thought! In fact, it was like there was a whole story and final game missing. Once I didn't let the rat out of the cage and that created chaos. You cannot withstand and both of you start out for the ghostly place. I thought this was a fun game and I enjoyed playing it! The game took me several days to finish it, playing it several hours everyday.

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  1. Having to stop and choose a response is a bit intrusive into the flow of the game, but I kinda found it interesting to see if my responses created chaos or not. I didn't create very much chaos. This cemetery is heavily guarded and by heavily guarded, I mean one guard who refuses to sink with the ship but her investigative skills have now led her to believe that the guards aren't there to keep people from getting in, it's to keep people from getting out!

  2. I'm not usually too bowled over by Redemption Cemetary, but this one was really good I thought! On the cemetery we meet its true ghostly guard, whom we free from his stone casing, in which he resided as a horseman statue. First of all, they didn't repeat any HOP in the same scene, awesome! It was a rat! It has 6 Chapters.

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