Redemption Cemetery: The Island of the Lost Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Brought to you by ERS Games, the next game in the Redemption Cemetery series! You crash-land on an island populated by ghosts. Like them, are you trapped here forever, or can you defeat the evil ghost who’s keeping you all imprisoned? Find out in this exciting Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure Game! The key to releasing these spirits lies in their deepest desires… See what our Beta testers had to say: “I am a fan of this series, and LOVED this new addition, the game play flowed just right, the cut scenes are very good, and the sound effects with the creepy howling are superb for this story, and atmosphere of the game.” - Thomas, Beta Tester “All I can say is "WOW"...love the game, keep them coming!!!” - Beth, Beta Tester

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It's the Girls with Secrets as the other games of the series: You're trapped in a cemetery and have tbe help souls find peace in And Yet It Moves to leave. Although the story elements involving Hecate Collecfors the human life clock have the potential to be interesting, they are never fully realized. Great game for Intermediate to Expert players. In the bonus chapter, I liked these puzzles, the mermaid, key shapes, food related and the last Issland one. The puzzles were challenging, but not too complex, this game is very forgiving. I think I need the guide in all old games. With each predictable task, the game slowly threads along the familiar route. Old guides are very helpful and detailed with even hops. I hope this series keeps going strong! You end up helping the stranger this time. The character were fun, the stories were exciting. Each story isn't too long or short. Each story was interesting and covered a broad range of themes.

Not too much back and forth wasting time. Each story was interesting and covered a broad range of themes. There was plenty of interaction and entertainment the whole way through Complaints others may have: The puzzles were QUITE easy most of them. I think I need the guide in all old games. I was disappointed, as this game was a little short for my liking, in retrospect, I realized that I enjoyed it so much I wanted to keep on playing it even after the bonus round! The premise was unique to any of these kinds of games I have ever played; and I have played many probably Too Many! Just watch the opening; It will blow your socks off in how cool it is and how great it looks. If I was going to complain about anything, it would be that the game didn't feel long enough to me. You end up helping the stranger this time. I love this game so much, I will play it again later. Did find the mini games ridiculously easy, but some times it is nice to do a fun game that isn't as challenging as the sort I usually prefer. Each story isn't too long or short. Again, I play these games alot Beautiful, exciting, spooky, compelling.

Most of the music was appropriate for the storyline. I came back months later The Hunt for Red Panda got hooked Redempfion bought it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by austrianfish from Fantastic Game, not only simple! Each story isn't too long or short. I will play again up to that point just Sparkle 2 be in that room to hear the clocks. Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time has an average length of roughly three and a half to four hours.


I hope this series keeps going strong! But things don't happen as planned. This game just came alive for me. Not much in Extras. However, as years went by, the series still wholly relies on this same-old schtick. I am not sure if it was on purpose or not, but the actors lips were only subtly moving in most of the dialog in the cut-scenes; it actually made it more bearable to watch, as some of these games seem to dub the voices without watching the video at all! All the other places have bad music and sounds. You want to play it straight away from beginning to end, because the storyline is very interesting. With fifteen games into this hidden object series from AMAX Interactive, this new sequel, again, feels like an unnecessary rehash of the game we have played 14 times before. The puzzles I liked were fun and not hard. The character were fun, the stories were exciting. From the location design to the quality of the animations, every visual element falls into place. I enjoyed it. Each story isn't too long or short. Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time has an average length of roughly three and a half to four hours.

You want to play it straight away from beginning to end, because the storyline is very interesting. And to think I almost passed this one by. Games from have No Map, Not the hint we see today Doesn't lead us around or help much. Instead, the game has the player accomplishing recycled tasks, saving the innocents in three random locations with little correlation to what happens in the main storyline. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wiccan73stars from It's four in one -Fantsatic Game mostly I really wanted to only give it a 4. Although the story elements involving Hecate and the human life clock have the potential to be interesting, they are never fully realized. I think I need the guide in all old games. Moreover, the game features some outstanding voice-acting and haunting musical scores, making the game more suspenseful than the storyline and the gameplay allow it to be. You have more back and forth with older games. You have to find crow runes along the way to access items that are too high for you to reach. I really like the mini-games in this game. Complaints: I would like to have seen the same amount of intricacy that was present in the first story in the other two. Boy what a ride.

The music is replayed often and I can't hear the same music for hours. I used the guide and understood after several minutes. Date published: From the location design to the quality of the animations, every visual element falls into place. Complaints: I would like to have seen the same amount of intricacy that was present in the first story in the other two. It's like 3 games in one, 4 counting the bonus chapter. I enjoyed it. Most of the music was appropriate for the storyline. It has a scene at a clockmaker's workshop. You also have to think with the progress of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coltsfan61 from Another hit I have found the Redemption Cemetery series to be one of the best. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bishopsmom from This is a great game! I love this game so much, I will play it again later. It means I'm playing Redemption Cemetery and it's a welcome sound. The built in guide is very helpful.

9 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: The Island of the Lost Collectors Edition

  1. The puzzles I liked were fun and not hard. Again, I play these games alot It seems to want you to play the game and not get stuck and frustrated. The graphics were well done, cut scenes are a nice mix of graphics and real actors.

  2. I really dig detail in these games, but some parts were too involved or too drawn out ie. I hope this series keeps going strong! If you're a Redemption Cemetery fan, you'll love this game!!! It's like 3 games in one, 4 counting the bonus chapter.

  3. The game is a decent length and the voice overs are good. The puzzles I liked were fun and not hard. This Game started out with Gangsters and I quit the trial early. The graphics are good, the details are made well as always. It's the same as the other games of the series: You're trapped in a cemetery and have to help souls find peace in order to leave.

  4. With each predictable task, the game slowly threads along the familiar route. There was plenty of interaction and entertainment the whole way through Complaints others may have: The puzzles were QUITE easy most of them. Old guides are very helpful and detailed with even hops. The ocean sounds good but a shrilly bird spoils it and I have to turn the sound off. And to think I almost passed this one by.

  5. The graphics are good, the details are made well as always. I think I need the guide in all old games. Live actors, plenty of HOs and puzzles to satisfy everyone. Well, at least it is not getting worse. I really like the 3 different novelas theme that this one and The Ravens Curse used.

  6. The puzzles were challenging, but not too complex, this game is very forgiving. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boredhousewife1 from Very enjoyable game Loved this game. Some to the point where i started second guessing myself when I got it right so quickly.

  7. If you read you won't be Surprised Started out with Gangster, then went to a Vampire that has cowboy accents, then to a Ghost ship and finished with museum items on a ship with Egyptian and Hindu accents. I learned a new game skill- wood working. I was disappointed, as this game was a little short for my liking, in retrospect, I realized that I enjoyed it so much I wanted to keep on playing it even after the bonus round! I also enjoyed the extra game, it was also thrilling and exciting like the main game.

  8. This game was fantastic including the bonus game play!!! Some of the music was a bit annoying but I use a headset and turned down the volume. The puzzles I liked were fun and not hard.

  9. Moreover, the game features some outstanding voice-acting and haunting musical scores, making the game more suspenseful than the storyline and the gameplay allow it to be. Complaints: I would like to have seen the same amount of intricacy that was present in the first story in the other two. You want to play it straight away from beginning to end, because the storyline is very interesting. Old guides are very helpful and detailed with even hops.

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