Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate Collectors Edition

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!

I have purchased all of these games and this has got to be my favorite. The Hidden Object Scenes have not changed much in the past nine games and will probably always stay the same. Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time has an average length of roughly three and a half to four hours. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CheyenneStar from Great Game Scary, entertaining but few hidden objects. They aren't necessarily bad, just typical and predictable Interactive List finds with an interactive puzzle to solve, but there was also a Silhouetted Shape HOP offered in the demo The feature I loathe the most is that they always have a repeat HOP in the same scene. There is a bonus game plus music tracks, videos, concept artwork, wallpapers, and screensavers. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! This developer is not known for providing a lot of extra content but there is the in-game strategy guide available for those times when you need an extra nudge. Redemption Cemetery games tend to be a hit or miss kind of game, in my opinion, it's because their games are always stuck in the past. The handdrawn graphics are beautiful, but when compared to the technologically advanced computer generated graphics of today's games, they don't stand a chance. As the game begins you receive an urgent message from Jane, an acquaintance from your college days, who desperately needs your help. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Figure out the last 2 digits of the keypad by trial and error. It isn't a game for kids or the faint hearted. It has some unique features that made it a purchase, for me


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This developer is not known for providing a lot of extra content but there is the in-game strategy guide available for those Redempton when you need an extra nudge. The Mini Games are Cemetefy:, some super simple, others a bit more frustrating. In advanced stages, the virus began to kill it's host, and Jane realized that the only way to keep her patients alive, was to keep them awake, wide awake! Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams. Fatee each predictable task, the game slowly threads along the familiar route. It isn't a game for kids or the faint hearted. In recent years the Redemption Cemetery games has become stale and redundant but Night Terrors proves that there just might be a spark of life still left. Bubble Zoo 2 is a custom mode of gameplay available for those of you who like to set up Rooms of Memory hint and skip times. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from you're getting sleepy, very sleepy Heavily criticized on one hand and highly praised by the other, just proves that the developers deliver for fans who crave counter-culture and are bored with the status quo. I have every single one of the Redemption Cemetery series, and I have to say that this is one of my favourites. Jane Warovski knows she must go to extremes to keep her patients awake, or they may very well die! I have purchased all of these games and this has got to Edifion my favorite. You will really have Fashion Fortune think outside the box once you discover the morph cola vending machine Morpheus Cradle and use it Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate Collectors Edition deposit soul spirits from the patients in the institute to Edltion transported LandGrabbers their dreams and save them. There Escape the Emerald Star a bonus Redemmption plus music tracks, videos, concept artwork, wallpapers, and screensavers.

Date published: 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. Jane and her colleagues are being stalked by nightmarish killer and a deadly virus that strikes its victims when they fall asleep. While it still has that ERS vibe, it's a great story, and I enjoyed the game. Something went horribly wrong however, when a virus began spreading from patient to patient through their dreams. You even get to rescue a turtle. This review is based on completion of the Collector's Edition of the game. For those of you who love earning achievements the ones in Night Terrors are multi-level. Enter this new Redemption Cemetery and find a way to stop the deadly virus. Are you too late or can you save Jane and her colleagues before all is lost? The game was long and involved with helping to relieve individuals of their night terrors. As always, try the demo for yourself

Jane Warovski knows she must go to extremes to keep her patients awake, or they may very well die! 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. With those words Redemption Cemetery Night Terrors, is finally here. As is generally the case, I know that the puzzles will become increasingly difficult as the game progresses. Top Knotch! Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams. I have purchased all of these games and this Sparkle Unleashed got to be my favorite. It's got everything for it to be a good game!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CheyenneStar from Great Game Scary, entertaining but few hidden objects. While the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are remotely bad, they are definitely not exciting and complex enough to hold the Iron Sea: Frontier Defenders together on their own.


As is generally the case, I know that the puzzles will become increasingly difficult as the game progresses. The excellent hand-drawn artwork, voiceovers, and soundtrack with terrific background music and special effects all combine to create an entertaining gaming experience. The developer uses the standard list type most often but there are other types of scenes as well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by auntjanell from One of the best!!! Wake up — you must wake up my friend! As always, try the demo for yourself There is a part of the main game where you search using cameras, keep an eye out for hamsters - you get an achievement if you find all three. Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams. The package comes with an hour-long bonus chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, screensavers, soundtracks, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. Following in her grandfather's footsteps, at the Dream Research Institute he founded, Jane knows all too well what will happen if any of her patients fall asleep. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! I do realize that the story doesn't take place in a cemetery, but i can overlook it. You will really have to think outside the box once you discover the morph cola vending machine Morpheus Cradle and use it to deposit soul spirits from the patients in the institute to be transported into their dreams and save them.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by auntjanell from One of the best!!! It's got everything for it to be a good game!! I do have a couple from this series, and this one is probably my favorite. You even get to rescue a turtle. This theme of tele-transportation and time travel is what has made Redemption Cemetery such a cult classic fan favorite! However, as years went by, the series still wholly relies on this same-old schtick. I have purchased all of these games and this has got to be my favorite. The developer uses the standard list type most often but there are other types of scenes as well. As always, try the demo for yourself As the game begins you receive an urgent message from Jane, an acquaintance from your college days, who desperately needs your help. There is even a little road game you can play on your character's phone which earns you points too. Anyway, this is a great game and a welcome addition to the series. You are equipped with a Smartphone which allows you to view your tasks, etc. Top Knotch!

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14 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate Collectors Edition

  1. With each predictable task, the game slowly threads along the familiar route. In advanced stages, the virus began to kill it's host, and Jane realized that the only way to keep her patients alive, was to keep them awake, wide awake! However, as years went by, the series still wholly relies on this same-old schtick. A terrible Night Terror Virus is unleased and patients at the Dream Research Institute must stay awake or else die in their dreams.

  2. The collections and achievements were fun to find, and the Bonus game was also very well done. As is generally the case, I know that the puzzles will become increasingly difficult as the game progresses. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! The HOPs are interactive and the artwork in the scenes makes the items identifiable and fairly easy to spot. Anyway, this is a great game and a welcome addition to the series.

  3. The Hidden Object Scenes have not changed much in the past nine games and will probably always stay the same. I do realize that the story doesn't take place in a cemetery, but i can overlook it. You also have a transporter type map that will allow you to move quickly through the scenes and locate areas where tasks are available. The developer uses the standard list type most often but there are other types of scenes as well.

  4. The developer uses the standard list type most often but there are other types of scenes as well. Jane Warovski have resurrected a Dark Lord out of an obelisk at an excavation site. Although the HOPS and puzzles are nothing really new for those of us who have been around awhile, they are still good. The game was long and involved with helping to relieve individuals of their night terrors.

  5. There is a bonus game plus music tracks, videos, concept artwork, wallpapers, and screensavers. This review is based on completion of the Collector's Edition of the game. As the game begins you receive an urgent message from Jane, an acquaintance from your college days, who desperately needs your help. You also have a transporter type map that will allow you to move quickly through the scenes and locate areas where tasks are available.

  6. Following in her grandfather's footsteps, at the Dream Research Institute he founded, Jane knows all too well what will happen if any of her patients fall asleep. While the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are remotely bad, they are definitely not exciting and complex enough to hold the game together on their own. As you can tell by my title, I'm not a fan of ERS games, usually. Of course, you rush to her aid and then realize just how serious the situation has become.

  7. It's difficult to make a connection with the game, all 9 games blend together because they are all about the same. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Annamaria from Annamaria I tested the game before it was so so geart Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by deddu from Night Terrors I beta tested this game and could not wait for it to come out and it didn't disappoint. Well, at least it is not getting worse. Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams.

  8. As always, try the demo for yourself The collections and achievements were fun to find, and the Bonus game was also very well done. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! You also have a transporter type map that will allow you to move quickly through the scenes and locate areas where tasks are available.

  9. There were a variety of mini-games and hidden objects. Heavily criticized on one hand and highly praised by the other, just proves that the developers deliver for fans who crave counter-culture and are bored with the status quo. Simply put, I love these games but I feel that the 'rescue' scenarios appear to get shorter and shorter towards the end of the game, almost as if they are running out of time - which is a shame but could just be me. There is a part of the main game where you search using cameras, keep an eye out for hamsters - you get an achievement if you find all three. The excellent hand-drawn artwork, voiceovers, and soundtrack with terrific background music and special effects all combine to create an entertaining gaming experience.

  10. It has some unique features that made it a purchase, for me Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CheyenneStar from Great Game Scary, entertaining but few hidden objects. They aren't necessarily bad, just typical and predictable Interactive List finds with an interactive puzzle to solve, but there was also a Silhouetted Shape HOP offered in the demo The feature I loathe the most is that they always have a repeat HOP in the same scene. Something went horribly wrong however, when a virus began spreading from patient to patient through their dreams. Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time has an average length of roughly three and a half to four hours.

  11. However, as years went by, the series still wholly relies on this same-old schtick. There is a custom mode of gameplay available for those of you who like to set up your hint and skip times. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! Simply put, I love these games but I feel that the 'rescue' scenarios appear to get shorter and shorter towards the end of the game, almost as if they are running out of time - which is a shame but could just be me.

  12. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CheyenneStar from Great Game Scary, entertaining but few hidden objects. Enter this new Redemption Cemetery and find a way to stop the deadly virus.

  13. Although the HOPS and puzzles are nothing really new for those of us who have been around awhile, they are still good. ERS has done a fantastic job with this new edition and it's trending at high velocity on social media. In advanced stages, the virus began to kill it's host, and Jane realized that the only way to keep her patients alive, was to keep them awake, wide awake! Another problem they have is that their stories are stuck in the past, the time era is always stuck in the past, and they never seem to try to introduce new features. With those words Redemption Cemetery Night Terrors, is finally here.

  14. This review is based on completion of the Collector's Edition of the game. Although I am enjoying the game, please try the demo to see if Night Terrors is a game you will like as well. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by expotanne from Great addition to the series! Another problem they have is that their stories are stuck in the past, the time era is always stuck in the past, and they never seem to try to introduce new features. You also have a transporter type map that will allow you to move quickly through the scenes and locate areas where tasks are available.

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