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    The Keepers: Lost Progeny



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    The Keepers: Lost Progeny

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:15 pm

    The Keepers: Lost Progeny
    by Blam! Games Inc. - November, 2011

    Series links: The Keepers 1: Lost Progeny, The Keepers 2: The Order's Last Secret

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

    Track down your real parents in The Keepers: Lost Progeny! After growing up an orphan, a mysterious photo showing your parents arrives! On the back side of the photo is a note with the name of a town, which is where your journey begins. Explore the mysterious town and discover a shocking tale. Are your parents still alive? Why were you separated from them as a child? Find out in The Keepers: Lost Progeny!

    Warning – The Keepers: Lost Progeny contains some graphic content and is intended for mature audiences.

    The Collector's Edition includes:

    • Integrated Strategy Guide
    • Bonus Gameplay
    • Wallpapers
    • Concept Art
    • Musical Soundtrack

    For the Standard Edition:

    • Strategy Guide
    • Blog Walkthrough (Big Fish)

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    Re: The Keepers: Lost Progeny

    Post by JustTheFacts on Fri Jan 24, 2014 12:50 pm

    Eerie Cinematic Experience
    Sunny Sunny SunnySunny


    This is a good quality HO Puzzle game, with some marvellous movie cut scenes. It is fairly dark, in theme and visuals, but it rarely affects the ability to find HOs. Which not to say they are easy - some are quite a challenge. The puzzles were I think, a little easier than most, which suited me, because it meant less I had to skip.

    I found the journal particularly helpful, a necessity, because it's pretty to get lost - and not just in the labyrinth! It covers a fair slice of the story and notes codes etc. in an easy format for flicking back.

    The trial doesn't do justice to the full game. It starts off with every cliche in the book, including a wrecked town, which almost put me off. But as others have commented, the story is well told and backed up by relevant game play. There is no real originality there (not for a horror story fan anyway), but a much better job of telling it than most.

    The game overall falls into the "not quite" on all fronts. Not quite the best graphics, not quite the best music, not quite as long as I like, not quite enough HO scenes. Which simply means it's "not quite" spectacular.

    Well worth the money.

    I Recommend This Game!

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