Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate

ERS Games asks you to bargain with Death in this compelling story in the bestselling Redemption Cemetery series! You've been given a test, and it's one others in the past have failed. What happens when you have to choose between saving one little girl and a trainload of passengers? Maybe turning back time isn't such a good idea after all… Enjoy collecting skulls in every scene and decorating your own cemetery in this macabre hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. Loved getting the skulls to build the tombs. You have all the necessary features, such as an interactive map and the customizable difficulty settings — even though the map is not as helpful as we liked. The soundtracks, however, can feel a little repetitive. Click here to go to our help Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate or to contact our Customer Support team instead. The gameplay is pretty much what we have all Grim Tales: The Heir Collectors Edition before, and it is not very challenging either. I also thought the mini games were not well designed and lacked clear instruction. Discuss with other players! The puzzles vary in difficulty, but the majority of them are still Keys to Manhattan straightforward. I don't like returning to the same area again and again. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. One of the many reasons we did not quite enjoy some of the recent games Mahjong Escape Ancient Japan ERS-G is because of the tedious, uninspiring and downright boring storyline.

I played the bonus and didn't want that to end because I knew that would truly be it. The extras are many and fun to compile or play. So much, just so much. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. The story is captivating, graphics and sound are great, gameplay is long, the hidden object scenes are varied and the mini games challenge you to think. Do you have an issue with your game? Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Discuss with other players! Write a post! I also thought the mini games were not well designed and lacked clear instruction. Loved getting the skulls to build the tombs.

The puzzles are always intriguing and some even have difficulty selectors! I LOVE that. Submit Thank you for writing a post! Great game, Thank You! I didn't want it to end. Be the first to Weather Lord: Following the Princess a forum post about this game! I found it way too clicky and repetitive. Write a post! We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.


I found it way too clicky and repetitive. I just can't describe it. Submit Thank you for writing a review! So much, just so much. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. We have long stopped thinking of Redemption Cemetery as a creepy HOPA franchise, but with Clock of Fate, the developer actually tried to induce a sense of fear in the player. As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. Although the game is still based on the rather overused concept of the Redemption Cemetery series, the story is especially well told here — and the little twists and turn here and there do not hurt either. You have all the necessary features, such as an interactive map and the customizable difficulty settings — even though the map is not as helpful as we liked. The puzzles vary in difficulty, but the majority of them are still fairly straightforward.

Great game, Thank You! As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. The graphics have certainly improved in this Redemption Cemetery sequel. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. I had such a great time playing this game will no doubt definitely play again as you have opportunities to select different outcomes. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. I don't like returning to the same area again and again. I found it way too clicky and repetitive. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. You have all the necessary features, such as an interactive map and the customizable difficulty settings — even though the map is not as helpful as we liked. In this series:. The puzzles vary in difficulty, but the majority of them are still fairly straightforward. Write a post!

As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. Submit Thank you for writing a post! Submit Thank you for writing a review! There are obvious attempts at jump scares, there is quite a lot of gore and the atmosphere is dark and suspenseful. Luckily, this is not the case with Clock of Fate. Loved getting the skulls to build the tombs. The visuals are sharper than ever, and all the scenes just look plain awesome! Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. The puzzles vary in difficulty, but the majority of them are still fairly straightforward. I just can't describe it. Thanks for this one! So much, just so much. I don't like returning to the same area again and again. Discuss with other players!

12 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate

  1. In this series:. There are obvious attempts at jump scares, there is quite a lot of gore and the atmosphere is dark and suspenseful. I LOVE that.

  2. I found it way too clicky and repetitive. Although the game is still based on the rather overused concept of the Redemption Cemetery series, the story is especially well told here — and the little twists and turn here and there do not hurt either. I don't like returning to the same area again and again. Do you have an issue with your game?

  3. The puzzles vary in difficulty, but the majority of them are still fairly straightforward. We have long stopped thinking of Redemption Cemetery as a creepy HOPA franchise, but with Clock of Fate, the developer actually tried to induce a sense of fear in the player. Write a post!

  4. I just can't describe it. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. The gameplay is pretty much what we have all seen before, and it is not very challenging either. The visuals are sharper than ever, and all the scenes just look plain awesome!

  5. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. The extras are many and fun to compile or play. I had such a great time playing this game will no doubt definitely play again as you have opportunities to select different outcomes. As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. The soundtracks, however, can feel a little repetitive.

  6. I don't like returning to the same area again and again. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly.

  7. So much, just so much. The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review.

  8. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. As for the length of the game, the main game took us just over 4 hours to complete and the bonus chapter, which is sub-par at best, took us roughly an hour. Do you have an issue with your game? As with other Redemption Cemetery games, Clock of Fate has you entering time-travel portals into the lives of the tormented souls and freeing them from their dreadful pasts. The extras are many and fun to compile or play.

  9. Discuss with other players! The puzzles are always intriguing and some even have difficulty selectors! It was fantastic reading about how their lives turned out because you saved them. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. I played the bonus and didn't want that to end because I knew that would truly be it.

  10. Submit Thank you for writing a review! The hidden object scenes are standard, with a Matching game option to switch to. Now, whether those elements actually make the game spooky or not is another story.

  11. The soundtracks, however, can feel a little repetitive. Submit Thank you for writing a post! It was fantastic reading about how their lives turned out because you saved them.

  12. So much, just so much. You have all the necessary features, such as an interactive map and the customizable difficulty settings — even though the map is not as helpful as we liked. As with other Redemption Cemetery games, Clock of Fate has you entering time-travel portals into the lives of the tormented souls and freeing them from their dreadful pasts. In this series:. Submit Thank you for writing a review!

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