Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park

Amax Entertainment brings you the latest spine-tingling installment of the Redemption Cemetery series! A message from a mysterious stranger calls you for help at an old amusement park! You arrive to find much more than your average rides and attractions. The park has a history plagued with strange disappearances, and it appears that a malevolent force isn’t done with them yet! Can you rescue the souls and stop a dangerous foe from breaking into our world? Find out in this stirring Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

I also enjoyed playing the hidden object scenes, but always prefer the little zoom-in ones. Unfortunately, it has those "puzzles" where you have to hold down the mouse button to follow a line. The setting is in a creepy amusement park which I love. I've included some of my favorite puzzles below:? AMAX has resurrected itself with this little masterpiece. These hidden object scenes come in a variety of forms and formats, with varying challenge levels and entertaining interactions. Amax did a fantastic job of blending the items into the scenery or having unique interactions, to make some of the HOP's a bit more challenging. I definitely recommend this game and will be buying it, but as always, play the demo before you buy. There is one instance of wolves howling toward the end of the game, but that is the only instance I heard animal noises. The collectables were Skulls, with which you can transform the entrance to the fairground. Create a path for a boat to reach its designated point. I should more accurately say that I hope future HOPA games will include those things that originally captured gamers interest and what have been missing in HOPA games for the past several years. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by matai9 from Dead park delivers summer fun Great amusement park game with spooky theme.

It's so dark, it was hard to see some of the objects in the HOS, although in general the HOS weren't even challenging. Loved it Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from Not bad, but wanted to like it more than I did I usually really like the Redemption series, a bit repetitive, but usually a good time. Redemption Cemetery Dead Park is a stellar game. First time this happened to me. It looks creepy, but in this case, looks are definitely deceiving! I found myself totally involved with the various side projects you needed to do that I was often shocked when I returned to the original quest. I also enjoyed playing the hidden object scenes, but always prefer the little zoom-in ones. Date published: There are instructions on bottom of screen. And in the demo there are plenty of puzzles and HO's. Moving one affects the others. The answer is a resounding, YES! There is one instance of wolves howling toward the end of the game, but that is the only instance I heard animal noises. I love Redemption Cemetery games because they are always three or four games within a game.

Maze puzzle. Then when we began to clamor for more and more HOPA games the cookie cutter was born. His name is Cashier, the most interesting thing about him, hmm They are later used to buy items to spruce up your own amusement park scene. The HOGs are mostly carnival themed and gorgeous. Even so, there was more silliness than creepiness before I became bored and quit. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by conja from It never lets you down. The bonus chapter is lengthy, jam-packed with activities as well. The graphics are superb. First time this happened to me. Definitely buying this one as I am going back in to play harder mode. The stories within the main game and bonus chapter are excellent. The setting is in a creepy amusement park which I love.


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I definitely recommend this game and will be buying it, but as always, play the demo before you buy. I should more accurately say that I hope future HOPA games will include those things that originally captured gamers interest and what have been missing in HOPA games for the past several years. Music is on the creepy side, very nice. Just incredible! First time ever happened. As many of you may know I am not a huge fan of horror or scary games and I really dislike amusement Risen Dragons or carnival themed games in particular. Players have the chance to feel like they are at the grounds themselves by popping balloons, playing cards and shooting colored skulls. Rube-Goldberg puzzle 1. Then when we began to clamor for more and more HOPA games the cookie cutter was born. Loved it Date published: Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park 4 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from Not bad, but wanted to like it more than I did I usually really like the Redemption series, a bit repetitive, but usually a good Fort Defenders: Seven Seas. Happy gaming everyone. This is always a big thing for me! I'm not recommending it for the reasons I've mentioned.

It is packed with creatively designed HOP scenes and puzzles. When I found myself absorbed in the game and was shocked when the demo seemed to end so quickly, I knew without a doubt that Dead Park is a game that has everything that has been missing in so many of the cookie cutter, get them out the door and to market as quickly as possible, HOPA games. My arthritic fingers object to that. The graphics are superb. This review is based on the demo. If, like me, you don't much care for the puzzles in HOGs, especially if they are on the difficult side, then you will be happy to know that this game is a "puzzle heaven". My only complaint with the HOP's is that they Repeat nearly all of the scene locations at least once, sometimes even thrice which, in my opinion, is boring and seems a bit lazy on the devs part. The Scenes are all rather dark and the items themselves are very small. Every space on the grid will be occupied and if you have no place to move, you must start over. Then when we began to clamor for more and more HOPA games the cookie cutter was born. There is one instance of wolves howling toward the end of the game, but that is the only instance I heard animal noises. No garish colors, no purple fog. Happy gaming everyone. What that boils down to is a lot of back-and-forthing, a lot of repeated HOP scenes, and not a lot of variation.

Follow a map and do something at each stop from putting together a puzzle to placing objects in their proper places. All in all a great game!! They are later used Hot Dish 2: Cross Country Cook Off buy items to spruce up your own amusement park scene. Third thing, I'm sick of all the dark blue, gray, and black that seems to be a favorite palette of late. Return to the past to battle Obsidian once more and stop the incident. I love Redemption Cemetery games because they are always three or four games within a game. Some walking is good, the whole game isn't. If they can't do better than this, it's probably time to retire Redemption Cemetery.


13 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park

  1. My favorite scene was in the bonus chapter. Tracing puzzle. There are minimal animal sounds in the game. You receive a letter from Audrey, the wife of an amusement park employee named David Ross, asking you to prove her husband wasn't responsible for an explosion of a new attraction that caused his death. The chilling scores are effective in setting an ominous mood for the game and add to the world-building of the game.

  2. You must now head in and save the souls of the three people who, if saved, will each stop part of the evil's growth. This is what I expect to do when playing the Redemption series. Where did this black ball come from? I also felt like I had completed some of the puzzles before.

  3. Return to the past to battle Obsidian once more and stop the incident. They are later used to buy items to spruce up your own amusement park scene. I was pleasantly surprised to see a Rube-Goldberg puzzle as well as a brand new puzzle I have never seen before. There are minimal animal sounds in the game.

  4. Every space on the grid will be occupied and if you have no place to move, you must start over. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by jud from Could not finish game I bought it, but regret it. Return to the past to change history and free these souls this entity needs to return to the real world. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BooksandGameFan from Amax hit this one out of the park. Although the game does not take the creepy amusement park theme as far as other studios gloriously did in games such as Dark Arcana and Dreamland , the theme allows the storyline to flourish through creative elements and fun twists.

  5. Although the game does not take the creepy amusement park theme as far as other studios gloriously did in games such as Dark Arcana and Dreamland , the theme allows the storyline to flourish through creative elements and fun twists. Same as 1. Return to the past to battle Obsidian once more and stop the incident.

  6. This is what I expect to do when playing the Redemption series. Graphics as always are just fantastic and the music is perfect for each scene. The games wasn't as creepy park orientated as I would have liked, but it was OK. Sequence puzzle. After removing the items, only one remains, the inventory item.

  7. The graphics are very good, The HO's are challenging but well done. I loved them all, especially because they were so very easy and fun to do. I haven't played more than the demo so far so I hope it remains as good after the demo, but what I did play I really enjoy!

  8. The scene uses a map to plot a course through the woods. For me, one of the most unique scenes is a silhouette one in which a small number of items are removed and placed within their silhouettes. My only complaint with the HOP's is that they Repeat nearly all of the scene locations at least once, sometimes even thrice which, in my opinion, is boring and seems a bit lazy on the devs part. Morphing skulls are slow to appear and are a challenge to find. Moving one affects the others.

  9. Strategy puzzle. So, this game fits right into that childhood scare for a spooky game. The HOGs are mostly carnival themed and gorgeous. Drag an orb through 3 pieces of rope without touching sides. The story is told to you by the Cashier who tells you to look for the box dated to rescue the first soul.

  10. First time ever happened. Rated 5 out of 5 by cloudshadow from Creepy amusement park games are the best Double bonus- Redemption Cemetery game AND it's in a creepy amusement park. After a series of dull sequels, I did not have much faith in this new Redemption Cemetery game going in. It's still fun to play. Although there are many puzzles and mini games in Dead Park, there is still more of a balance with an emphasis on quality HOPS.

  11. They are later used to buy items to spruce up your own amusement park scene. My favorite scene was in the bonus chapter. Yes, there are a few of what some would call junkpiles, but even those were terrific. It is my pleasure to announce that Dead Park is probably the most enjoyable Redemption Cemetery sequels in quite a wile.

  12. No garish colors, no purple fog. Assembly puzzle. The player searches for symbols as he plots his way through this forest.

  13. Date published: My favorite scene was in the bonus chapter. If this was closer to the front of the series, then I would get it, but this almost feels like they have stepped back. The collectables were Skulls, with which you can transform the entrance to the fairground. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by jud from Could not finish game I bought it, but regret it.

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