Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park

Amax Entertainment brings you the latest spine-tingling installment of the Redemption Cemetery series! A message from a mysterious stranger calls you for help at an old amusement park! You arrive to find much more than your average rides and attractions. The park has a history plagued with strange disappearances, and it appears that a malevolent force isn’t done with them yet! Can you rescue the souls and stop a dangerous foe from breaking into our world? Find out in this stirring Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

This is more for the inexperience gamer, fun, but get it on a special or BOGO day. Amax did a fantastic job of blending the items into the scenery or having unique interactions, to make some of the HOP's a bit more challenging. Happy gaming everyone. I would love to see more Redemption Cemetery games, as they are one of my favorite. The story is told to you by the Cashier who tells you to look for the box dated to rescue the first soul. Can't get enough of those. On a grid, move each token the number of spaces equaling the number written upon it. I'm not one to bash a game just because I think the puzzles are easy, if I skipped all the puzzles in a game I wouldn't feel right reviewing it for other players. Even so, there was more silliness than creepiness before I became bored and quit. When I found myself absorbed in the game and was shocked when the demo seemed to end so quickly, I knew without a doubt that Dead Park is a game that has everything that has been missing in so many of the cookie cutter, get them out the door and to market as quickly as possible, HOPA games. I got stuck on the product card, impossible to move the ball. I have always enjoyed Redemption Cemetery games.


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I dislike puzzles and will skip them all, but in this game, there are puzzles you have to play in order to progress, granting they're so simple a six-year-old could solve them. Unfortunately, it has those "puzzles" where you have to hold down the mouse button to follow a line. However, if you have never ever played a Redemption Cemetery game, Cemetegy: may very well enjoy this one. I'm glad I only used an coupon on this game. My arthritic fingers object to that. Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BooksandGameFan from Amax hit this one out of the park. Shoot colored marbles onto a moving grid matching up 3 or more of the same color which are then removed. Then when Farm Tribe 2 began to clamor for more and more HOPA games the cookie cutter was born. What that boils down to is a lot of back-and-forthing, a lot of repeated HOP scenes, and not a lot of variation. Graphics as always are just fantastic and the music is perfect for each scene. On the other hand, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are surprisingly imaginative. I've included some of my favorite puzzles below:? Yes, there are a few of what some would call junkpiles, but even those were terrific. Every Redemptiob on the grid will be occupied and if you have no place to move, you must start over. This is a long ride as well — one which took me over six 6 Redemptioj to play.

Larger disks cannot be placed on top of smaller disks. If this was closer to the front of the series, then I would get it, but this almost feels like they have stepped back. Once again I'm thrown into Redemption Cemetery. If, like me, you don't much care for the puzzles in HOGs, especially if they are on the difficult side, then you will be happy to know that this game is a "puzzle heaven". Happy gaming everyone. There are minimal animal sounds in the game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jennsmom from Too bad I couldn't finish I didn't think the game was all that great to begin with - same old same old - and not even a good cemetery. It's a lazy way to attempt to instill a creep factor in a game. Switch adjacent tumblers on a lock until each tumbler has two halves which mesh with each other. The bonus chapter is lengthy, jam-packed with activities as well. My only complaint with the HOP's is that they Repeat nearly all of the scene locations at least once, sometimes even thrice which, in my opinion, is boring and seems a bit lazy on the devs part. The stories within the main game and bonus chapter are excellent. Second thing, it's very dark.

From the very beginning you are wrapped into the story of Obsidian who needs souls in order to manifest himself into the world. No garish colors, no purple fog. Jungle vs. Droids published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nadaze2da from Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park best game of the year. I dislike puzzles and will skip them all, but in this game, there are puzzles you have to play in order to progress, granting they're so simple a six-year-old could solve them. My only complaint is that Amax never seems to offer a Reset button which would be very helpful in some of the complex or "moving one may affect others" types. Yes, there are a few of what some would call junkpiles, but even those were terrific. Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park an orb through 3 pieces of rope without touching sides. The Scenes are all rather dark and the items themselves are very small.


It is packed with creatively designed HOP scenes and puzzles. I also felt like I had completed some of the puzzles before. And in the demo there are plenty of puzzles and HO's. As many of you may know I am not a huge fan of horror or scary games and I really dislike amusement park or carnival themed games in particular. To me this has to be the best game of the year! They were the reason I bought the CE, although I would have preferred if the skulls weren't morphing, but just hidden in the scenes. Unfortunately, it has those "puzzles" where you have to hold down the mouse button to follow a line. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by jennsmom from Too bad I couldn't finish I didn't think the game was all that great to begin with - same old same old - and not even a good cemetery. I always enjoy the Redemption Cemetery series, and this one is a worthy addition. This one seems a little easier and shorter than most, but it's still good. Continue collecting skulls within the chapter. Choose symbols which, when combined, create another given symbol. Shoot colored marbles onto a moving grid matching up 3 or more of the same color which are then removed. And all the loud noises of the midway, the rides and barkers for every attraction.

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Let's Play - Redemption Cemetery 14 - Dead Park - Part 8

Switch puzzle. Maze puzzle. As many of you may know I am not a huge fan of horror or scary games and I really dislike amusement park or carnival themed games in particular. Thankfully there are no collectible coins to purchase items. From the very beginning you are wrapped into the story of Obsidian who needs souls in order to manifest himself into the world. What that boils down to is a lot of back-and-forthing, a lot of repeated HOP scenes, and not a lot of variation. This is a home run for Amax. This is always a big thing for me! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by matai9 from Dead park delivers summer fun Great amusement park game with spooky theme. The graphics are the typical great Redemption Cemetery type. And in the demo there are plenty of puzzles and HO's. When the full game was released and I decided to at least give the demo a try, I was swept away and knew that this was an amazing game. It is seldom that I have played demos recently that held my attention for the full 90 minutes.

4 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: Dead Park

  1. How does the black ball "choose" someone, it just seems that Cashier the Creep did the choosing and tried to find someone to pass the black ball buck onto. This is what I expect to do when playing the Redemption series. This is a home run for Amax. Date published:

  2. The HOGs are mostly carnival themed and gorgeous. I got stuck on the product card, impossible to move the ball. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Valdy from One of the best games in the series yet This is one of the best Redemption Cemetery games I have played in a long time.

  3. It is packed with creatively designed HOP scenes and puzzles. The bonus chapter was long enough and pretty much along the same lines as the game. I would love to see more Redemption Cemetery games, as they are one of my favorite. The setting is in a creepy amusement park which I love.

  4. Just incredible! The graphics are really good but dark and hazy, and they chose a very interesting Location, a creepy Amusement Park with paranormal activity, however, that's where the YES's end, and here's why. There are minimal animal sounds in the game.

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