Amax Interactive presents the newest chilling chapter in the Redemption Cemetery series! After a terrible accident, you wake to find yourself in another realm! It’s no normal crypt in front of you, but the Temple of Time. A dangerous entity threatens to destroy the constructs of time itself, taking humanity into darkness along with it! Only you have the power to stop them by saving souls and returning their life crystals to the temple. Can you save yourself and mankind before it’s too late? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
I thought some of the objects were very well hidden. Some were easy. I think I own all of them! Instead of making three novellas about characters unrelated to the plot, make it about characters who are important to our protagonist. I love their graphics and the sound effects they incorporate into their games. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by nadaze2da from Maybe trite story but I liked it! Respect your fans and give them a product that they haven't played a dozen times before. It is refreshing to see something other than airy fairy tale kingdoms or dark, ghost infested haunts. This does not make the game bad, but neither does it make it any more desirable. Save your own soul in this slightly above average-length bonus chapter that takes place over 8 new Scene Locations. Approximately half of each can be replayed at the end of the game. There are 4 Hidden Object Scenes, and 8 Mini-Games and you will continue searching for the final 8 Morphing Skulls and 6 Hourglasses to finish the sand painting. This series isn't really known for sunsets, tigers and lava-filled temples, but it made for a welcome change. Despite that, it made for a relaxing way to spend an afternoon save for the occasional obnoxious puzzle. Priestess Hecate has gone completely insane and she's on a rogue murder spree killing innocent people way before their clock is supposed to stop ticking, and you're one of her victims
Another Dud!!! Play Bernadette. The mini games were not mind numbing but required some thought. The graphics haven't changed in 10 years. This game is a nice addition to the series. This is the second hopa I've come across to feature a cameo from Indiana Jones for the other, see Ravenhearst Unlocked. The story may be the trite, same ole we have had before but I liked this game. Switch halves of cars, planes, and bikes to create 4 of each within their designated location. Upon arrival at the Graveyard of Time, Chronos informs you that you should not have died. All these series as it seems has come to an end. The scenery is unique and seldom seen in other HOP games. Nicely crafted graphics and characters. Saying that you'll still hear the words "Demon" and "Evil" whispered far too frequently not at all would be ideal. This is purely decorative and, when completed, doesn't unlock a wallpaper or screensaver.
The story may be the trite, same ole we have had before but I liked this game. I especially loved the jungle scenes within the second chapter of the game. Only one way to find out, save three innocent souls in the Redemption Cemetery Using the color hour glasses at the end to paint a picture was better than collecting coins to buy things. Play as Bernadette who loses her life while rescuing a young girl named Ginger who became trapped in a camper during a fire at the campgrounds. I'm happy I purchased this game as I quite like it. I did not find it boring and I thought that it moved along at a good pace. I feel that the mini-games and HOP scenes are not as creatively designed as those from the main game. Seems to me we should get a discount for developers unwilling to update routine game play. If you are considering buying the collector's edition, I'd advise otherwise. The graphics haven't changed in 10 years. Whack-a-Mole puzzle. What mortal man would want her after all her evil doings? I must have played a different game to the other reviewers as I found this game very much below par; considering how excellent the first few games in this series were.
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The hidden objects were, for the Iron Heart 2: Underground Army part, a relaxed experience. This doesn't need to be the case but will be so long as AMAX is content to tell the same story. I feel Virtual Families the mini-games and HOP scenes are not as Tiem designed as those from the main game. Priestess Hecate has gone completely insane and she's on a rogue murder spree killing innocent people way before their clock is supposed to stop ticking, and you're one of her victims We know you are capable of better. My only little disappointment at the end of the game was that there was no achievement for collecting all the morphing skulls. In my opinion, there's a lot of potential with the central themes of redemption and change, but AMAX doesn't want to try doing anything new with them. Please understand that I'm not saying these are bad games: merely that I, like many others, am disappointed with Cemeterj: story that Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time is Redmeption on retelling. Redemptin good. A character is either good or evil and there's no room for moral ambiguity or character development. I like the new Gunslinger Solitaire. Music good. Only one way to find out, save three innocent Zumas Revenge in the Redemption Cemetery
Chronos tells you there has been a mistake, you shouldn't have perished and sends you to untangle the Threads of Time which will reverse the incident. You're there to save three souls, perhaps your own and beat a demon. A character is either good or evil and there's no room for moral ambiguity or character development. There are also Swatch Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Multiples of the same Object Finds, Picture Finds, Keywords in Sentence Finds, Description Finds, and one fairly creative scene where you have to place Stencils onto highlighted areas that become animals even though it doesn't look like an animal before the stencil is placed. Save your own soul in this slightly above average-length bonus chapter that takes place over 8 new Scene Locations. There are 24 Collectible Hourglasses in 8 different colors 3 of each color The colored sand is used to "paint" an image correctly. Try it before you buy it. There are thirty-six 36 HOP scenes and thirty-eight 38 mini-games. The graphics were clear and detailed and looked like all the RC games. Play as Bernadette who loses her life while rescuing a young girl named Ginger who became trapped in a camper during a fire at the campgrounds. There's potential here, but most of it hasn't been realised. The story may be the trite, same ole we have had before but I liked this game.
Not bad, just not memorable. Voices were great. Play Bernadette. Liked this game a lot because it's a Redemption Cemetary game of TTime. Stop her before she destroys the souls by using them to perform a ritual to resurrect her lover. This series isn't really AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo for sunsets, tigers and lava-filled temples, but it made for a welcome change. I enjoyed it. Each of the scenes is highly interactive. We know you are capable of better. Unfortunately, you perish in the Quadrium 3 while saving her life. Even though some of the mythology is a bit off, and every character pronounced Hecate's name a different way, it was captivating. I loved Cemerery: art style, the introduction, the overall plot, and Redemtpion ease of gameplay. Please understand that Vogue Tales not saying these are bad games: merely that Redemption Cemetery: The Stolen Time, like many others, am disappointed with the story that AMAX is intent on retelling. As for the collectables, on the whole, they do improve the experience.