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ERS Games asks you to bargain with Death in this compelling story in the bestselling Redemption Cemetery series! You've been given a test, and it's one others in the past have failed. What happens when you have to choose between saving one little girl and a trainload of passengers? Maybe turning back time isn't such a good idea after all… Enjoy collecting skulls in every scene and decorating your own cemetery in this macabre hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Adventure awaits you in the bonus game
  • Create worthy monuments with your collections
  • Download soundtracks, wallpapers, and screensavers
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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 1051 MB

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Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate Collector's Edition 3.5 5 53 53
Escaping Purgatory This is one of the better Redemption Cemetery games, with some attempts to instill a sense of urgency and fear into the player, (but it really doesn't) The storyline in all RC's are really intriguing, helping the dearly departed right the terrible wrongs they feel they need redemption from. As with all Redemption games, you will help them move on beginning with Rupert Lee, a single dad who sacrificed his only daughter to save hundreds of other innocent lives. (makes you want to know more, right) He was so tormented by his actions that he took his own life, only to be tormented over and over in the afterlife. You have been "chosen" to return to the past, to try to fix the atrocity, over and over, reminding me of Groundhog Day, but the outcome never seems favorable for everyone, unless that is you are willing to make a deal with death himself. Are you willing to wager your soul to save others? (warning, some players found this offensive and I get it, it's kinda like having a ouija board, it probably doesn't work but why risk it?) There's a new feature in this episode, the ability to click and drag items, pull open drawers and even climb vines, personally, it's not that exciting to me. There are inventory items that can be interacted with or that can be combined with other inventory items, as indicated by a green skull (red if the other item hasn't been found yet, green is good to go) There's an abundance of Crystal Skulls located throughout the game that can be used to purchase items for your very own tombstone. As with all Collector's Editions, there are several Achievements to earn, and it's presented to you in a grand way with a large stone that breaks open to expose the creepy figurine associated with the Achievement. The Hidden Object Scenes, just 3 in the demo, were mediocre at best, the first one tasks you with finding several ladder rungs to repair a ladder with a couple of slightly easy to figure out interactions. The next two were repeats in the same place and the same style, finding items that are associated with the words in bold yellow and red print as a story about Rupert's life, the items in red require an interaction of some sort. You have the option of playing a Match 2 game where you uncover two tokens at a time as you try to match two identical symbols, when you do match two symbols, the tokens do a quick shuffle around the board to attempt to make the game harder. The Mini Games are very easy, again only 3 in the demo, and I was able to complete them all on the first attempt. 1) Set the numbers in place for the year in which Rupert was born and died using a newspapers clues given. 2) Choose two different symbols that together form the 9 different symbols shown on a makeshift rope. 3) Turn gear's to open latches, selecting some gears affect other gears. This Collector's Edition has 4 different Soundtracks, 6 Screensavers, 15 Wallpapers, 14 Concept Art pictures, 21 replayable Hidden Object Puzzles, 13 replayable Mini Games, 11 replayable Match 2 games, Collectible Crystal Skulls to build a tombstone just the way you like it, Achievements, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. I love the storyline, but I must admit I found this game to be more of a movie than a game with very little to do in the demo which makes me wonder if the purchased game offers more? September 29, 2015
A Step Up For This Series Based on the Main and Bonus Games A creepy game. That's what I'm talkin' about! I know ERS has been getting flak for the sequels in this series declining in quality, but in Clock of Fate they have definitely stepped up their game in creativity, design, challenge, and variety. No complaints about graphics; they are stunning as ever. The puzzles are good! They increase in difficulty as the game progresses, and in hard mode, they can be head-scratchers. There's good variety in HOs, though scenes are re-used. Ask someone else about the story, though it basically follows the Redemption Cemetery schtick. Collect skulls everywhere, and you get the privilege of building tombstones for the people you redeem, plus get a follow-up story on their lives. If you miss a skull, there's no going back to get it, so I've got a half-finished monument. There's also a couple of decision points in which you can change the outcome of the story. You know, do you want door #1 or door#2? Nice touch. The achievements are a little different: one for skipping all dialogue, one for not using the jump map and then the usual ones. I think that's ERS' sense of humor. The bonus game is long, maybe 1.5 hours and doesn't extend the main story. Besides the usual CE bling, you can replay HOs and puzzles, and do a tangram type puzzle series. No morphs or secret rooms. Is it worth a CE? I believe it is. The main game isn't that long, maybe 3.5 hours, but you get a nice long bonus game, and both are high quality. The achievements and collectibles plus CE bling add up to extended play time that is very enjoyable. I think you'll find that Clock of Fate is a big improvement in this series. September 24, 2015
CHANGING THE ?TRACKS? OF TIME AS YOU CHUG ALONG SOLVING A SUPERNATURAL MYSTERY BASED ON THE FIRST 3 CHAPTERS OF 5 CHAPTERS PLUS A BONUS GAME You can ?bet your life? you are going to have to make some soul wrenching choices in this game as you traverse back and forth in time to correct the past to free tormented souls. I have been awaiting this game and I LOVE this game. The story is excellent. In the demo there are only 3 HOP scenes and 3 puzzles. The HOP scenes I played are nicely crafted, varied with a mini-HOP scene and two which are sentences with cryptic clues to the identity of the object to be located. You can also opt to play a matching game in lieu of the HOP scenes. The puzzles in the demo are easy with varieties of a mathematical puzzle, matching puzzle, and gears puzzle. There are 16 achievements (from what I could count) and skulls to collect, AFTER THE DEMO: The demo ends in a cliffhanger with a voice of the creepy girl similar to that from the girl in Maze: Subject 360. You will soon discover that you will be entering the lives of many other tormented souls in this game and turning back time to replay events in their lives. I found the HOP scenes to be similar to those in the demo with many more mini-HOP scenes with the collection of fewer items. The puzzles are more difficult after the demo and in at least one you have the choice between Hard and Casual modes. The puzzles include a matching game, another mathematical puzzle and a sliding tiles puzzle. The game seems a decent length and I only got half way through Chapter 3. There is not a ghost?s chance I would miss playing this stellar game from a dev who has ?resurrected? itself from the realm of forgettable, nondescript games and has reentered the heavenly realm of one of the top devs on BFG! ERS is back with a vengeance! I have restored them into my own list of favorite devs. LEVELS: Casual, Advanced, Hard, Custom Hints 10 to 50 seconds Skips 10 to 50 seconds. This is a different system of adjusting hints and skips. By decreasing the time for one of these ? you increase the time for the other. Bizarre! GRAPHICS: Creepy, spooky, dark and ominous which you would expect in a game dealing with life and death. EXTRAS: Map is given to you at the start of the game 16 Achievements from what I could count Collect skulls to purchase items for your gravesites. There are many of them as well. The pop out at you all over the place. Strategy guide - 54 pages Usual wallpaper, artwork, screensavers Replay 21 HOP scenes and 13 Mini-games HERE ARE THE DETAILS (SPOILERS) FOR THOSE WANT MORE INFORMATION ON THE HOP SCENES AND MINI-PUZZLES HOP SCENES: You can play a matching game instead A. Mini-HOP scene. Collect 9 rungs to construct a ladder. B. Sentence with cryptic clues to items displayed in BOLD letters. This sequence also furthers the story of the game. C. Sentence with cryptic clues to items displayed in BOLD letters. This sequence also furthers the story of the game. AFTER THE DEMO: - Many Mini-HOP scenes. D. Mini-HOP scene. Collect 12 scarabs E. Mini-HOP scene. Collect 11 bones F. Mini-HOP scene. Collect 12 lanterns G. Mini-HOP scene. Find 12 pairs of items. PUZZLES: A. Variation of a mathematical puzzle. Calculate the birth and death for an occupant of a gravestone. EASY B. Variation of matching. Combine several symbols on a wall to match up with several on a rope to descend from a train station. 3 X EASY C. Variation of a gears puzzle. Move gears to open a lock. Moving one affects the movement of the others. EASY AFTER THE DEMO: D. Variation of a matching puzzle. Play a matching card game with a creepy little girl. EASY E. Variation of a mathematical puzzle. Add up the numbers above two switches to equal the number of the colored fuse which matches the color of the wiring. MODERATELY DIFFICULT F. Sliding tiles puzzle. Move tiles to create a picture. You can choose between CASUAL and HARD modes. EASY TO MODERATELY DIFFICULT ? YOU CHOOSE September 24, 2015
Race against the clock to save characters and your Soul!!! This edition is an incredible improvement from Redemption Cemetery 6 The Island of The Lost launched back in March of 2015. Travel back in time and restore peace on the subway station which they decided to build instead of the Asylum?s cemetery in Redemption Cemetery 7: Clock of Fate from ERS Games Studios! You were rushing to the last train at West Park Subway Station, which was going to arrive in 3 minutes, when you heard a strange voice. It said ?Let?s begin!? These words changed your life forever ? in a blink of an eye you found yourself in year 1949, trapped onto the closed station! Station?s construction was frozen after workers had found the old cemetery of St. Peter?s Asylum, situated in place where a Subway Station is going to be. Ravaging graves workers initiated the wrath of the spirits. Five of the builders died in the result, one wasn?t found. Now personnel were evacuated and you?re all alone, surrounded by the ghosts of the madmen! Your destiny is to survive this endless underground night and change events or Death will claim your soul. I was extremely impressed with the Visuals, the Voice acting, and the brain bending strategy it took to complete this latest installment. So much detail and effort has gone into this release and I think fans of the series are going to appreciate Redemption Cemetery once again for the bone chilling cult classic it has become. I am a huge fan of the franchise and this exceeded my expectations. If you demo the game, chances are you'll end up purchasing. The storyline draws you in one cliff hanger after another!!! September 27, 2015
ERS Never Disappoints I do not often write reviews since others take the words right out of my mouth but I can add a few short sentences about ERS - They NEVER disappoint! They are always forward thinking in their game play and there is always something new. When I see a new ERS game (or one I have played the demo - not often enough), I KNOW I am in for a treat. Were it not for living on fixed incomes (my husband is ret. US Army), I would buy them at once, however I know than usually in a few days there will be an special offer, so biding my time, impatiently, I wait. If there is one thing I have learned working on a PC - patience is definitely a virtue and I have been forced to learn! Thank you BIG FISH and ERS - quite the best in gaming. PS - PLEASE update Midnight Castle or at least tell us if it will not be expanded and I burn more midnight oil waiting. September 25, 2015
Amazing game, no joke The story was very good, the writing and dialog were excellent, and the "final" stories included in the bonus content were beautifully written and fitting for the characters. The game is obviously visually beautiful but the game play is actually very challenging and those skulls are crazy hard to spot. I can't find a single thing to complain about, this game is amazing. Big, big kudos to the developers for providing a thoughtful and well made game. September 26, 2015
Absolutely Brilliant!!!! I love this game because there are a lot of Hidden Object scenes in it and it definitely is one of my favourite games of the year - and definitely one of the best Redemption Cemetery games of the Redemption Cemetery series. An absolute must of a game to buy and download!!!! October 4, 2015
CHANGING THE PAST The storyline is about traveling back in time to change events. A railroad employee had to choose between his daughter and a train load of people and he picked the people over his daughter, killing her when he lowered the rail bed on the bridge. Against his directions to stay away from the bridge, Ivy used a maintenance cart to travel on the rails to the bridge. She crashed and ended up getting her leg caught. Her father did not have enough time to free her and if he didn't lower the train bed on the bridge, the train would have derailed, killing people onboard. His decision drove him crazy and he ended up in an asylum. You are hurrying to get on a train in the mid 1940's when you are suddenly sent back in time to the underground rail system that runs under the old asylum. Here you meet the father's ghost who asks for your help to change the events and save his daughter. He indicates that there are other ghosts in the tunnel, associated with the asylum, who also need help. This is an excellent game and when the demo finished, I was ready to purchase the game so I could get to the ending, happy, I hope. The graphics are a little dark for me but not as bad as some games. The game is a CE so it has all the extras; skulls to collect to build a cemetery, achievements earned during game play, a jump map, built in strategy guide, a bonus chapter, ability to replay the HOS, screensavers, etc., etc. I earned a couple of achievements during the demo and collected enough skulls to be able to add some objects to my cemetery. There are 4 levels of difficulty, including a custom level. The tutorial can be full or just showing up when an unusual situation occurs. There is a help icon that can be accessed prior to starting the game that gives you much of the same information the tutorial contains. The storyline flows smoothly and game play fits right into the storyline. The HOS are not that difficult. I'm not sure I actually played a puzzle/mini game during the demo, but there were times when you needed to find a code to open a door, collect x number of items to use to open an object, etc. This is not a hard game for me but still involved enough to keep me interested. The only thing that was a little off for me was that the graphics were a little too realistic, showing blood splattering on two different occasions. September 24, 2015
Great Game, Good Challenge, Good Story Finally a game that i actually liked to follow the storyline. Good puzzles. Great graphics. Good voice overs. Im happy. Please make more like this November 14, 2015
Excellent Best Redemption Cemetary Game Yet!!!!! I have never been bored with Redemption Cemetery Series of games, I have them all. This game is exceptional, really different and well done with great story lines. It is various adventures in one game with great hidden object challenges and mini games. Love this series...keep them coming. Hard to find one like this...that is interesting and has unexpected challenges! Great Game....!!! October 18, 2015
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