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!


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I wouldn't mind playing it again in a year or 2. I think it had some funny parts. I had to click on the word continue or I wasn't moving. Not that it was a bad ending, not that it was a good ending, Reremption is was a cheap cop out ending that gave no closure whatsoever. It had some puzzles Flowers Garden Solitaire liked. When you are making those above mentioned decisions, depending on which answers you choose, you receive either Order points or Chaos points, moral or immoral choices. Based on the entire game including the bonus. Okay, I tue enough of an imagination and storytelling ability that I can fix one up for myself, but that is not what we are here for. This series was able to renew itself over the years and improve while Leahs Tale these strengths: an always interesting bonus, interactive and original soc, beautiful videos, trophies and collections to find. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Yanie from Rather Boring Nothing new in this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from If it weren't for the ending Once a course of action is taken, you are committed. Try the demo, you might hate it or you might like it.

An interesting story that respects the theme of the Redemption Cemetery - unfinished death! Redemption from sins or mistakes for those, who have died without having been able to undo their deeds is the general theme in all games of this series. There was occasional unexpected humor here and there, which made me laugh out loud. The graphics were very good in MOST places and the storyline kept my interest. We have a companion. Based on the entire game including the bonus. We have to choose carefully, it certainly is of consequence here! The voices are ok. I love this series of games and was pleased to see the next installment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamesrgreatfun from A Fun, Long Game I thought this game was fun to play. Try the demo, you might hate it or you might like it. In this story, we have the evil Comet Spirits who need human souls and in the bonus game want to inhabit human bodies.

The storyline was far-fetched, of course, but still interesting. The Mini Games sometimes requires help and guidance from your talking Crow friend, or the use of a camera for picture references. You use the lantern in a dark scene to find several rabid bats, in a highly interactive scene where the bats consume the entire scene and attack you when you least expect it. It is a raven, who has to Nancy Drew: Alibi in Ashes resurrected as well as the ghostly guard in the horseman statue. I am on the fence about the how the game proceeds as to whether I really liked it or not. Perhaps they could not make up their minds as to whether they needed soul power or body power or both! It really had the surprise factor for me. Play the Demo -decide if this is for you. A clear structure with three restless souls to be rescued out of perdition by taking their roles in live and undo the past. In this story, we have the evil Comet Spirits who need human souls and in the bonus game want to inhabit human bodies. When AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo are making those above mentioned decisions, depending on which answers you choose, you receive either Order points or Chaos points, moral or immoral choices.


It had some puzzles I liked. Again, that in itself isn't all that bad, however, for me it became annoying because I was constantly having to click on the dialog box at the bottom, to advance the conversation, then up to the top to click whichever choice I wanted, and then back to the bottom again to advance the conversation. I especially liked all the desolate looking places. 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. Play the Demo -decide if this is for you. The camera can also help you find secret areas, or to see thing in a different light. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from If it weren't for the ending HOS are nothing special, but nicely integrated and you find all the items you need to go on with your tasks. Once a course of action is taken, you are committed. Keep up the good work!!! Try the demo, you might hate it or you might like it. In terms of challenge, they are more easy.

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. It had some puzzles I liked. The good news is that Amax is really digging their heels in, they are jumping in with both feet, they refuse to accept the agony of deFeet sorry, can't help myself, gotta use those pun opportunities In all honesty, it's clear to see that they are really trying to get it right, they aren't sticking a toe in the HOPA waters, they are getting both feet wet oops I did it again They are trying to give us something new in a stagnate environment. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alexiell from A successful new RC! Things jump out at you. First of all, they didn't repeat any HOP in the same scene, awesome! While I'm disappointed that the game isn't what I would call "overly challenging", it's still enjoyable. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Drag skulls over the holes in the glass, moving one skull may affect others. I didn't want to end. Storylines are quite intriguing in all games, but this time even more excitement lays ahead, as we are not alone on our journey. Again, that in itself isn't all that bad, however, for me it became annoying because I was constantly having to click on the dialog box at the bottom, to advance the conversation, then up to the top to click whichever choice I wanted, and then back to the bottom again to advance the conversation. On the cemetery we meet its true ghostly guard, whom we free from his stone casing, in which he resided as a horseman statue.

It has 6 Chapters. Sometimes they have consequences on the further course of events Your stress level: your stress level is measured in terms of order or chaos — interesting for real life?! When you are making those above mentioned decisions, depending on which answers you choose, you receive either Order points or Chaos points, moral or immoral choices. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gamesrgreatfun from A Fun, Long Game I thought this game was fun to play. Things jump out at you. It really had the surprise factor for me. It's one of the best games I've purchased in a long while. Redemption from sins or mistakes for those, who have died without having been able to undo their deeds is the general theme in all games of this series. The storyline was far-fetched, of course, but still interesting. I especially liked the mini-games. I wouldn't mind playing it again in a year or 2. You know from the intro on that you will experience chills and thrills. The characters were done well, with great voice-overs. 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.

8 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: One Foot in the Grave

  1. Great fun, Love the mix of tasks to complete, not just the standard, ho-hum, HOs one after another. We have a companion. Will definitely be a buy for me when some extra money is available. The graphics were very good in MOST places and the storyline kept my interest.

  2. I thought the graphics were good. An interesting story that respects the theme of the Redemption Cemetery - unfinished death! You don't go around letting rats out of cages!

  3. In terms of challenge, they are more easy. Once again a triumph. Thanks to this quality developer and happy gaming to all! If I chose the wrong answer, I would have to go back to the conversation option to click on the dialog option once again. The graphics were very good in MOST places and the storyline kept my interest.

  4. Once a course of action is taken, you are committed. In terms of challenge, they are more easy. Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from another great game in the series you are investigating the disappearance of some people. So, I recommend the game except for that one thing. I liked shooting.

  5. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from It kept me Entertained Based on the completed game. A clear structure with three restless souls to be rescued out of perdition by taking their roles in live and undo the past. 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. The graphic are great. First of all, they didn't repeat any HOP in the same scene, awesome!

  6. Once again a triumph. This installment offers some old and new features: Choices: You may choose your answers or actions. It served as his eyes and will do so for us, to see more. Surely he's more capable of handling himself, and he's so much cuter! At first sight, I thought the Cemetery Keeper was going to be an evil dude with a booming bass voice.

  7. It is a raven, who has to be resurrected as well as the ghostly guard in the horseman statue. Date published: Sometimes they have consequences on the further course of events Your stress level: your stress level is measured in terms of order or chaos — interesting for real life?!

  8. You have to rescue his raven without which the he cannot see and through whom he channels advice and comments. Graphics among the best, music and sound effects well adapted, voices that sit well with the characters. You don't go around letting rats out of cages! There was occasional unexpected humor here and there, which made me laugh out loud.

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