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    Redemption Cemetery 4: Salvation of the Lost


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    Redemption Cemetery 4: Salvation of the Lost

    Post by genkicoll on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:45 am

    Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost
    by ERS Game Studios - April, 2013

    Series links: Redemption Cemetery 1: Curse of the Raven, Redemption Cemetery 2: Children's Plight, Redemption Cemetery 3: Grave Testimony, Redemption Cemetery 4: Salvation of the Lost, Redemption Cemetery 5: Bitter Frost. Redemption Cemetery 6: The Island of the Lost, Redemption Cemetery 7: Clock of Fate, Redemption Cemetery 8: At Death's Door, Redemption Cemetery 9: Night Terrors, Redemption Cemetery 10: Embodiment of Evil

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    Big Fish for Mac as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    iWin as Collector's Edition /
    Steam as Collector's Edition

    Escape from a mystical cemetery in Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost! A late-night subway takes a bizarre turn when you suddenly find yourself in a strange cemetery. An otherworldly entity has summoned you to free the cemetery’s lost souls. And to make sure you finish the job, she’s holding your dog hostage! To earn your freedom, you must help three spirits resolve some unfinished business from the past. Will you succeed, or is this the end of the line? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object game!

    The Collector’s Edition includes:

    • An exciting bonus game in a mysterious underground world!
    • Beautiful wallpapers, screensavers, and concept art
    • Downloadable music tracks
    • An integrated Strategy Guide

    For the Standard Edition

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    Last edited by genkicoll on Sat Jun 10, 2017 6:28 pm; edited 3 times in total

    Never be a prisoner of your past.
    It was just a lesson, not a life sentence.


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    Re: Redemption Cemetery 4: Salvation of the Lost

    Post by JustTheFacts on Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:10 am

    Redemption Cemetery Ups The Ante!
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    Now all games are going to be measured by this standard, and the other most recent triumphs of ingenuity we have seen from these developers.

    Redemption Cemetery is one of my all-time favourite series. The simple structure of gaining your release from the cemetery by saving 3 lost souls works very well. It is really 3 STORIES in one. The entity behind your sudden abduction seems to be different for each game, and the help you receive is different too, but there are similarities.

    In this game, the ‘spirit of the cemetery’ is personified by Hina, who not only traps you, but also kidnaps your dog!
    Cute puppy? In Red Cem? I thought they’d gone too far, but they pulled it off! It didn’t feel a bit awkward, the dog felt like a natural part of the story.

    Our buddy the raven is here again too, however he now has special abilities which you must recharge by solving an EASY yet INTERESTING PUZZLE.

    And that is the best description of the game in general – EASY yet INTERESTING. There are plenty of both MINI-GAMES and HO SCENES. The HO SCENES are VARIED, there are 4 different types.

    GRAPHICS are the famous WATER COLOURED HAND DRAWN that you either love or hate – with less pastel and more vitality, it seemed to me. The opening scene with the train is great. Incredible improvements in ERS’ cut scenes. Music and voiceovers are both more varied and it’s an improvement.

    There is a higher than usual COMPLEXITY in GAMEPLAY, not because individual TASKS were particularly difficult, but because there was so much to do and see.

    There is a MAP, limited to the locale you are in, HINT & SKIP are both quick (on the easiest level anyway), and you have a journal.

    Yes, the game is easy. It’s also varied, imaginative, exciting and fast paced. I’m thinking if this is the new order, and I think it is, I’ll be taking power naps between chapters in future games!

    Don’t you just love it?


    We have: WALLPAPERS, CONCEPT ART, VIDEOS, MUSIC, PUZZLES, HO GAMES, SCREEN SAVER, STRATEGY GUIDE. All of which are pretty excellent actually.

    We can replay the games with the PUPPY outside the main game (I’ll beat that Tic Tac Toe cheater eventually).

    And we have the BONUS CHAPTER.

    If holding your dog hostage seems a pretty mean thing to do, wait til you get to this chapter! Redemption Cemetery was always fairly low key evil, the emphasis being on the saving of souls.

    Welcome to the new gloves-off Redemption! More magical, fanciful and downright scary than any before, this quest tops all our other ‘salvations’.

    The bonus game takes the length of a standard chapter to complete, in almost exclusively new locations, new puzzles, even new games to play with your pet.

    It’s a great adventure and makes the CE version of this game a MUST HAVE!

    I Recommend This Game!

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