Redemption Cemetery: Embodiment of Evil Collector's Edition
It is a time for a new dark and creepy adventure from the Redemption Cemetery series. This new addition to the series, Redemption Cemetery: Embodiment of Evil Collector's Edition puts you in a dangerous and potentially hopeless situation of good standing up against evil.
You (for some unknown reason that would contradict the reality whatever it'd be) are a pure soul.
Some of these hidden object puzzle adventure games' stories make no sense if you look at them through the lenses of common sense. Why in the world would you actually accept an invitation to an abandoned cemetery that you received in a cryptic message?
Anyways, you follow the message and come to the cemetery to find out that evil has gone bananas here and even the keeper of light is now overcome with the curse which keeps him from doing his duty of helping souls find peace in eternity. It is complicated how everything is set up here and what all you need to do to help the poor souls. But you (for some unknown reason that would contradict the reality whatever it'd be) are a pure soul. You and only you can fix the situation with the keeper and the souls trapped at the cemetery.
Then there is a bonus game as part of the CE extras where you are trying to find a missing loved one, which is a more personal and dramatic little story.
There are four modes of play here: Casual, Advanced, Hard, and Custom. You can adjust skips and hints from 10 to 90 seconds, too.
There are not too many hidden object scenes. They vary, though offering you a storybook, a list, a silhouette search kind etc... There are a lot of puzzles, but they are not going to be a huge challenge for most players.
The game provides a map and a strategy guide for you in case you need help or just for transporting from one place to another. There are 30 achievements to earn and collectible coins that you can use to either bust or prove the myths of 14 different monsters.
There are many media extras that you can enjoy as well as the hidden object scenes and puzzles that are replayable.
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