Escape a cursed island inhabited by lost souls in Redemption Cemetery: Grave Testimony! After a strange twist of fate, you find yourself stranded on an eerie island. As you search for a way to cross the treacherous waters, an otherworldly boatman appears and tells you the only way to return home alive is to help three of the poor spirits trapped on the island. Travel through history and right the wrongs of the past to earn your passage home in this thrilling Hidden Object adventure! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:
VideoRedemption Cemetery: Grave Testimony [CE] Walkthrough (Part 1 of 6) If you're a Redemption Cemetery fan, you'll love this game!!! I really like the 3 different novelas theme that this one and The Ravens Curse used. But things don't happen as planned. I think I need the guide in all old games. The plus items in this game are put together by pulling one plus item over the other on the tool bar. I will keep it there just to visit that place. There is a lot of jumping from scene to scene. The character were fun, the stories were exciting. I don't want to miss this fantastic game! There's a stranger with a boat who will help you leave if you bring him 3 crystals which you get after each 'adventure'. My favorite hop in the bonus also has a puzzle in it, it has a mouse maze. You also have to think with the progress of the game. Click the hint button at the bottom right of the screen.
It has a scene at a clockmaker's workshop. There's a stranger with a boat who will help you leave if you bring him 3 crystals which you get after each 'adventure'. You may need to wait for the button to recharge. 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. The plus items in this game are put together by pulling one plus item over the other on the tool bar. Looking forward to the next one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bishopsmom from This is a great game! Complaints: I would like to have seen the same amount of intricacy that was present in the first story in the other two. But things don't happen as planned. The premise was unique to any of these kinds of games I have ever played; and I have played many probably Too Many! The puzzles are moderately challenging and a good mix of HOS and IHOS, unfortunately they are mostly junk piles but clear and fairly easy to find items. In puzzles, click the Skip button at the bottom right to skip a puzzle, but you may need to wait for the button to recharge. Once again the graphics are beautiful and there are spooky sounds and mysterious atmosphere. The ocean sounds good but a shrilly bird spoils it and I have to turn the sound off.
Some games just put the extra effort in, and they just make you feel like they value your time playing the game and want you to know it. I will play again up to that point just to be in that room to hear the clocks. This game just came alive for me. When I played the very first Redemption Cemetery, the background music and vocals bugged the holy heck out of me; especially the melodramatic whisper of "eeeevvviilllll I also enjoyed the extra game, it was also thrilling and exciting like the main game. It's old probably This Collector's Edition has extras that will not be available in the standard version, such as bonus gameplay, an integrated strategy guide, a downloadable soundtrack and amazing art extras! You have to find crow runes along the way to access items that are too high for you to reach. Beautiful, exciting, spooky, compelling. You collect items to use in tasks now or store in the Inventory for later. But things don't happen as planned. It made me feel like the normal HOS's were a let down and made me look forward to the other kind. There was plenty of interaction and entertainment the whole way through Complaints others may have: The puzzles were QUITE easy most of them.