The Keepers: Lost Progeny Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.21 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

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.

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:

  • Explore a mysterious town
  • Discover a shocking tale
  • Track down your parents!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 1340 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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The Keepers: Lost Progeny Collector's Edition 4.4 5 140 140
Great first HOPA from these developers. (bonus pros and cons) BLAM made this game. It seems they usually do TM games and this is their first HOPA. Which makes this game even more remarkable. This game was so near to getting an ?A? rating from me which is rare and how irritating it is that I can?t give it! I do not have a widescreen laptop and yet I still got black side bars. About the only modern HOPA game that has done this, I thought that was absolute and a minimum for a modern game to have no black bars! (and I do have my nvidia panel set to stretch games and tried everything!) Leaving that aside the hidden object scenes (bar two junk scenes ? why did they have to be there?) were the best hidden object scenes that I can remember in a game and not very easy. They were the best integrated in a scene, and mostly not junk pile. (Although they had the usual random click penalty which is annoying.) The puzzles were for once in a game a nice hardness for a HOPA, enough to be challenging and take your time over. It was well done the adventure interactions, and all the graphics were really sharp and didn?t have that awful soft wash on them which I hate in some games. The plot was standard fare but didn?t interrupt too much which was good but when it did it really was excellently done ? nice mild sacredness factor. I like it when I can ignore the novel/diary and it doesn?t glow as I don?t need updates. There was a choice of 3 settings and in the bonus! I played no sparkles, don't skip puzzles (but like the choice to do so) and it was a good length. I?m not a very fast player. I must point out that for the first time in any HOPA game (even escape from ravenhearst - latest MCF game I had none!) I had a few tech problems. My whole computer shut down in the middle of the game a few times and most of the time when I was trying to get out of a scene my whole screen went black for a few seconds (not the skull and diary), that never happens. It did remember where I was. So would urge the new DEVS to try and not make a game as much of a hog (sorry about the pun!) next time. (yes I am full updated) SE - 5 hrs +. bonus has 2 chapters ? 1 hr 40 mins (roughly) BONUS - pro - - choice of difficulty, sadly this is quite rare in other games - 2 chapters - long bonus - don't play any scenes (apart from first scene) in the main SE game so it's all new the whole bonus cons - the hidden object scenes were nowhere near as well done as the main game - more frequent H O scenes If I could have had this game play full screen for me, I'd give it a higher mark and 5 stars for graphics. As is, a very good B+ game for having mostly excellent hidden object scenes and not super easy puzzles. February 3, 2012
Had fun with this one Music and graphics were excellent, but found some of the HOS objects tough to identify. Wound up asking for more hints than usual just because the scenes were dark and the objects did not always look as expected. - The beauty of HOS I guess. Storyline was intriguing if a bit dark. If you're into demons, runes, and magic with a back drop of chasms and flowing lava this is the game for you. Game play time felt a little short. Puzzles were medium to easy but fun and creative. One thing I appreciated - NOT having to back track time and again. Played in casual mode and the sparkles were understated - not at all obnoxious or intrusive. Music fit in well so I did not find myself turning it off. I'd recommend this game - Download for me was 1.2GM - what's up with that? January 29, 2012
The Keepers is a Big Fish keeper! This game has a lot going for it, good story, creepy vibe, good graphics (a little too dark) lots of HO's with interactive, open a drawer or pull a cover to find extra hidden objects and puzzles that are fun but require a little patience. Built in strategy guide but the hint system works well too. Gamers at any level will enjoy this game. January 15, 2013
Spooky Overall, I liked this game. I loved the storyline, kinda spooky & creepy. The puzzles were challenging while not being so hard you never had a chance at solving them. The hint recharged quickly and the strategy guide was very helpful. The only thing I didn't like was the overall darkness in the hidden object scenes. I have poor eyesight, and it's really difficult for me to pick out a black object hidden in the black background of some the scenes. I ended up using the hint button more than I like to. But overall was a great game, and I hope a sequel is coming soon! December 4, 2011
It was a decent game. I will start on the fact that I try to stick to a certain amount of credits for as of right now, so I normally do not buy a collector's edition unless I'm completely antsy. On that note, I did end up buying the game, so I obviously expected something completely thrilling. I loved the idea of the storyline. The graphics were good, the sound was good, the music I kept high enough to try to stay in the moment with the game. I really enjoyed the puzzles as I played. I did not see them as too hard or too easy, and I'm sure each person will find different puzzles difficulty differently. I stayed up the night with a little ill one, so I played through. I admit that I did skip out on a couple of puzzles after letting my patience get the best of me. The storyline and interaction is what I was hoping to bring the game to a "wow" factor. I would have enjoyed maybe more storyline and interaction. Personally, I like to feel like the game is open ... free to roam and different places and interactions. I think I was hoping for a more detailed area and storyline and that is why my rating is not amazing. I definitely would have been fine without the collector's edition and probably happier, although I will admit that one of storylines to one of the extras did leave me feeling better about getting the collector's edition. I will say that I was up playing it throughout the night and was focusing on other things while doing such, so that could be a factor, plus I usually don't get a collector's edition unless I'm really feeling it or it's the only choice. So, maybe I'll replay it and then review my own review :P November 16, 2011
Good CE game Enjoyed this one; not too difficult, good storyline, and excellent bonus content. Three modes of play so you can choose your level of difficulty and (on the easiest setting) plenty of hints. Strategy guide is also well laid out. It won't take very long to play through if you sit down and go straight through, but it's not too short either. Just about long enough and difficult enough. In short, well worth the price. November 16, 2011
Interesting Game Could have been a '5', except for the murky graphics and 'dirty' HOs! HOs were very hard to find; hurt my eyes!! Since the games was to be gory and scary, the graphics fell into place. The game is long, as well as the bonus. Bonus is broken into 2 chapters, the 1st one gave me a fit, 2nd one was not too bad. The puzzles are great, some of them are not easy; they make you work! I like to play 'hardcore' whenever possible, so there is no help given. The game is challenging and long; so be prepared. It has enough HOs and puzzles for everyone. Have fun! November 25, 2012
Recommended After playing through this game, I am left with the feeling it was written by two different development teams. The first half of the game started out with a spooky, deserted town with abandoned buildings and big, burning fissures in the streets. After going through the maze, we are in a purple toned cemetary with church & mauseleum. The first half of the game was a fun horror show, the second half more of a demonic theme. Summary: game was long enough, music was good, puzzles okay, loved the graphics in the first half. November 15, 2011
The Keepers:Lost Progeny Collectors Edition It was a fun,entertaining hidden object game.I liked the challenges and how the storyline is set.Graphics could've been a liitle better,the sounds was excellent on par with the dark theme of the game. November 18, 2011
Maybe it's just me... I enjoyed this game okay. But I don't know if it's because I play a lot of scary/horror games, but for me the ending was almost like an afterthought. It seemed that they were either running out of time or ideas, because it just sort of fizzled. I was really waiting for a great ending to a pretty good game, but it just didn't happen . June 26, 2012
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