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Amax Interactive presents the latest chilling addition to the much-loved Redemption Cemetery series!

Your recurring nightmares of a strange symbol and the danger behind it are becoming increasingly troubling. Your search for answers is interrupted when a stranger named Kear contacts you promising answers at a nearby cemetery. When you arrive, you're quickly thrown into the fight of your life to stop a dangerous foe from taking over the land of the living! Can you stop them before it's too late? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure.

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 790 MB

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Redemption Cemetery: The Cursed Mark is rated 1.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Really Not That Bad Okay, yes you have to save three souls again, but the game play is okay -- there are varies types of hidden objects and some good mini-puzzles. I have played all these games and this might not be the "best" one. However, the graphics are good and the game flows forward without too much back and forth. As always try it -- you might like it.
Date published: 2019-02-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from WHEN WILL THE COOKIE-CUTTER ASSEMBLY LINE END? Jump on the conveyor belt to another cookie-cutter game in the Redemption Cemetery series - The Cursed Mark. The premise of this game is the same now as it was in 2010 when the first game was offered. The storyline is only different in that this time there are two demons duking it out for supremacy - one good the other the bad guy who needs to steal souls in order to flesh out his skeletal form and take dominion over, yes you guessed it guys, the entire world. Is it BFG or is it the lack of creativity with a developer that keeps bringing us this assembly line of games over and over and over? Honestly if this continues to be what I have to look forward to with games from the same handful of BFG developers, then it is a bleak gaming outlook indeed. There is nothing remotely interesting in "The Cursed Mark" that would entice me to even complete the demo of the game. It was boring from the get-go with the same storyline, the same tasks, and the same gameplay. HOPA games are now littered with mini-HOP scenes since they probably require less work to create and serve to act as game fillers so that a game with three chapters might seem much longer. IMHO anytime I see an in-game strategy guide that shows a game has only 3 chapters, then I am not going to spend my hard earned dollars to purchase the game - even if it is on sale. Those of you who haven't been around long enough to play the previous thirteen games in the series might possibly enjoy this game. This developer creates some of the most realistic characters in gameland and their artwork is probably enough to entice you to having a go at Redemption Cemetery The Cursed Mark. As for me, I've been there/done that over and over and over again so this one is definitely a pass for me. As always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy The Cursed Mark. Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2019-02-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It's time to close this cemetery! I don’t have as many of this series as some others do, but I have enough of them to say that I’m somewhat of a fan. This game, Redemption Cemetery - The Cursed Mark, will not be joining the almost three-hundred others that I have bought. Having read the reviews for the collectors’ edition, I should have been forewarned and not even bothered to download this standard version. Once again we have an evil entity whose presence is marked by voluminous black smoke. He is, of course, determined to destroy everyone including, obviously, a child who, if we don’t rescue her, will die in a fire set by —you guessed it— the evil entity! Really? The writers couldn’t come up with a newer, a better plot than this old chestnut? The first words you hear when this game starts are these, “No, oh, no!” That’s what should have been said when this game was proposed to the developer. There are almost no options for the player to set. In fact, nothing has changed here since the first in this series was released some ten-years ago. I play HO games for relaxation and, truly, I don’t expect them to do more than hold my attention for a while and be enjoyable. This game disappointed on both counts. The repetitive and simple hidden object sequences offered no challenge at all. One after another, all cut from the same cloth. If you’ve played any of the earlier Redemption Cemetery games you’ll immediately notice that the graphics are the same flat renditions, the music is the same overly melodramatic score, background sounds are more of the all too often recycled clanks, bangs, and screeches, the dialog is stilted and obviously written by a perhaps graduate of an ESL class! I am sure that there will be some who post rave reviews for this game, just as there were some who thought the Edsel was a great idea. If you’re not old enough to get that reference, sorry. Usually I suggest that you download and play the demo, not this time. Do not waste either your download limits or your time nor, certainly, waste your money buying this game!
Date published: 2019-02-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I TRIED BUT JUST COULDN'T COMPLETE THIS GAME This is the section that I usually include a plot synopsis. If I do, it will be the same synopsis as the last 12 Redemption Cemetery games. These developers have had a long successful Redemption Cemetery series run, but it's clearly time to lay this baby to rest in a shallow grave until the end of time. In the beginning, I was a fan like everyone else, but there's no point in continuing to "Redeem" 3 souls in every game if you can't imagine a new redemption scenario or plot Amax, there just isn't. The wheel's still spinning here folks, but the hamster's been dead since 2013's Bitter Frost! Let the hamster RIP, let Redemption Cemetery RIP. This is the section where I add my personal opinion about the game, what I liked and didn't. I liked the detailed creepy graphics. I didn't like everything else with the exception of the detailed creepy graphics. That about sums it all up! The Hidden Object Scenes are literally everywhere, just about every single zoom zone requires you to find either pictured items or list items. There are very few full scene HOP's but they include Interactive List Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Swatches Finds, and Multiples of the Same Object Finds, many of them include several different variations. I found the scenes to be somewhat dark and items were hidden behind objects that the cursor doesn't indicate you can interact with. The Mini-Games, for the most part, are the same exact games offered in every Amax game, the only thing that changed is the graphics. They are simplistic, easily solved, and quite frankly more frustrating than fun. Along with the above mentioned frequent zoom zone HOP's, this game has back to back puzzles, many of which have my nemesis feature of "clicking on one may affect others" Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter in the game: 1-Rotate panels to create a path for both skulls to reach the exit. 2-Remove fingers from the ball, 1 may affect others. 3-Uncover matching pairs, making too many mistakes requires you to restart. 4-Move tokens along tracks to matching colored slots. 5-Move hands to the positions shown, clicking 1 may affect others. 6-Drag tile strips to recreate the picture. 7-Swap tiles to related image sections. 8-Rotate 4 sections until they align correctly in the center. 9-Find symbols in the sequence shown before the bar fills up. 10-Select highlighted numbers that will equal 20 when landing on the exit. 11-Slide runes along tracks to matching colored slots. 12-Connect points as shown to scale Olaf's health to zero. The Collector's Edition version has 12 Wallpapers, 12 Concept Art pictures, 8 Screensavers, 4 Music Soundtracks, 19 Movie Video Cutscenes, 20 Achievements to earn, 12 re-playable Mini-Games, 11 re-playable Mini-Games, 14 Collectible Cards (require finding Morphing Skull Coins to open up character descriptions) 26 Morphing Skull Coins (various amounts required to open up character descriptions) 3 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a built-in Strategy Guide REDEMPTION CEMETERY SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Curse of the Raven (August 21-2010) 4.1 2-Children's Plight (September 9-2011) 4.4 3-Grave Testimony (August 31-2012) 3.9 4-Salvation of the Lost (May 17-2013) 4.2 5-Bitter Frost (January 24-2014) 3.4 6-The Island of the Lost (April 3-2015) 3.5 7-Clock of Fate (October 23-2015) 3.3 8-At Death's Door (June 3-2016) 3.3 9-Night Terrors (March 10-2017) 3.7 10-Embodiment of Evil (June 9-2017) 4.3 11-One Foot in the Grave (December 15-2017) 4.0 12-The Day of the Almost Dead (September 2-2018) n/a 13-The Cursed Mark (February 10-2019) n/a by: Amax Interactive
Date published: 2019-02-10
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