Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors

ERS Game Studios, the masterminds behind Dark Tales present a brand new chapter in the classic Redemption Cemetery series! A late night phone call summons you to a remote hospital where the patients are suffering from endless nightmares. Everyone will die unless you can help cure the Night Terror virus infecting them! Harness the power of the Morpheus Cradle to travel into their dreams and free them from their fears, before it’s too late! Explore the hospital and uncover research before you’re infected too in this fearful hidden-object puzzle adventure!

In the Collector's Edition version, there are the usual Achievements to earn, which are awarded in Bronze, Silver and Golden skulls. Also the continue buttons at the bottom of the screen do not work. The graphics and voice overs are really other worldly too creating a trippy almost hallucinogenic effect. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DixieKat from night terrors best redemption yet. Just a few not very difficult minigames. I'm not a real fan of this series, mostly because they all seem the same, and none of them really stand out in the crowded genre of HOPA games. This is extremely aggravating when you use an item every few seconds. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Figure out the last 2 digits of the keypad by trial and error. Following in her grandfather's footsteps, at the Research Institute he founded, Jane knows all too well what will happen if any of her patients fall asleep. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from one of the better ones because of your reputation you have been summoned to a town that is losing it's people. Jane Warovski have resurrected a Dark Lord out of an obelisk at an excavation site. It does have a custom mode that allows you to freshen the hint and skip quickly. ERS is one of my least favorite Devs

It is not like the other redemption Cemetery games, but it is still a great game. KdBoots stars my rating for finished game I also wanted to mention - I have been looking for our new release today and nothing so far! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Sketch from Great game but too short I loved Night Terrors but I was amazed when it ended and I felt like I overpaid. A doctor created a machine which allows you to take their soul orb into his machine, and explore and fix the problems creating the fears. This is one edition of the Redemption Cemetery series that takes you on a journey so incredible that you may never sleep again, yet once you complete the adventure you deserve the much needed rest. No glove or tongs? Length: I needed not even 3 hours for completing. As always, try the demo for yourself You are equipped with a Smartphone which allows you to view your tasks, etc. While the storyline is pretty bizarre, the developer put a lot into the special effects which were all crisp and clear. One has to wonder if the devs are attempting to breath life back into a lifeless series. It isn't a game for kids or the faint hearted. Something went horribly wrong however, when a virus began spreading from patient to patient through their dreams. It was fun though. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from one of the better ones because of your reputation you have been summoned to a town that is losing it's people.


Amicale Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors

One has to wonder if the devs are attempting to breath life back into a lifeless series. The game RRedemption great. Jim Phillips and Dr. In the Collector's Edition version, there are the usual Achievements to earn, which are awarded in Bronze, Silver and Golden skulls. It's these Sweet Kingdom: Enchanted Princess additions The Far Kingdoms: Age of Solitaire made this game a "purchase," for me. Opinions are good - however no one needs to pick the games to pieces. It is not like the other redemption Cemetery games, but it is still a great game. This is a graphic intensive thriller. Usually, Redemption Cemetery games are Cemeetery: the dearly departed who cannot fully depart because they are searching for redemption. Oh how I love a game that comes with a warning disclaimer! This theme of Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors and time travel is what has made Redemption Cemetery such a cult classic fan favorite! As always, try the demo for yourself Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Sketch from Great game but too short I loved Night Terrors but I was amazed when it ended and I felt like I overpaid. This game is an exception

HOS are pretty normal and the puzzles doable for the most part. Happy others enjoyed it so much, I found it a bit of a drag so the fact it appeared short was a good thing for me. Jim Phillips and Dr. I made it through the game but used the hint button far more than usual instead of checking out objects because of the problems. The game to me did not flow well and the transporter map was not only confusing but totally useless. Lot's of running around to perform tasks, however teleporting map was provided. Date published: Jane Warovski desperately needs your help at the Dream Research facility, when her patients begin dying once they fall asleep!. I found myself pounding on my phone to make it work. Using the "through the vortex" theme, you basically help three people with their bad dreams and at the end toss out the bad guy and everyone is happy. I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying". In advanced stages, the virus began to kill it's host, and Jane realized that the only way to keep her patients alive, was to keep them awake, wide awake! While the storyline is pretty bizarre, the developer put a lot into the special effects which were all crisp and clear. I am not sorry that I purchased it on sale.

All in all: well done, but nothing surprising, nothing new. You will really have to think outside the box once you discover the morph cola vending machine Morpheus Cradle and use it to deposit soul spirits from the patients in the institute to be transported into their dreams and save them. In Reemption Collector's Edition version, there are the usual Achievements to earn, which are awarded in Bronze, Silver and Golden Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors. I have always enjoyed this series, but be prepared for the Fort Defense and violent graphics at times. ERS has done a fantastic job with this new edition and it's trending at high velocity on social media. The game is great. Something went horribly wrong however, when a virus began spreading from patient to patient through their dreams. Been used many times before. I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying". Oh how I love a game that comes with Nighf warning disclaimer!


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Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors

While the storyline is pretty bizarre, the developer put a lot into the special effects which were all crisp and clear. Using the "through the vortex" theme, you basically help three people with their bad dreams and at the end toss out the bad guy and everyone is happy. ERS has done a fantastic job with this new edition and it's trending at high velocity on social media. Also the continue buttons at the bottom of the screen do not work. Not uninteresting, adventure part had some challenges. Don't have to worry about falling asleep while playing this game. I had to enlarge the screen to get a couple of objects by moving them up higher. A mix between fantasy and nightmare. It isn't a game for kids or the faint hearted. The game to me did not flow well and the transporter map was not only confusing but totally useless. Some of the puzzles were unique and fun as well. Something went horribly wrong however, when a virus began spreading from patient to patient through their dreams. I am not sorry that I purchased it on sale. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Sketch from Great game but too short I loved Night Terrors but I was amazed when it ended and I felt like I overpaid.

14 thoughts on “Redemption Cemetery: Night Terrors

  1. Date published: The Mini Games are okay, some super simple, others a bit more frustrating. I have always enjoyed this series, but be prepared for the intense and violent graphics at times. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DixieKat from night terrors best redemption yet. As always, try the demo for yourself

  2. Nice long game, with plenty to see and do. Jane Warovski desperately needs your help at the Dream Research facility, when her patients begin dying once they fall asleep!. I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying".

  3. It does have a custom mode that allows you to freshen the hint and skip quickly. I found myself pounding on my phone to make it work. I really enjoyed several of the HOS, and found some clever ways the Devs made this a different, fun game The game to me did not flow well and the transporter map was not only confusing but totally useless. One has to wonder if the devs are attempting to breath life back into a lifeless series.

  4. It was fun though. I found several choices illogical. I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying". A terrible Night Terror Virus is unleased and patients at the Dream Research Institute must stay awake or else die in their dreams.

  5. While the storyline is pretty bizarre, the developer put a lot into the special effects which were all crisp and clear. The game is great. Jane Warovski have resurrected a Dark Lord out of an obelisk at an excavation site. Lot's of work went into creating this game. In the Collector's Edition version, there are the usual Achievements to earn, which are awarded in Bronze, Silver and Golden skulls.

  6. It's these unique additions that made this game a "purchase," for me. Been used many times before. Demo this one and wave goodbye to the ERS rabbit when your mind plunges down the hole I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying".

  7. Usually they are given the opportunity to travel back in time to attempt to right the wrong thus being redeemed. I have to tap on the upper part of the screen to continue. Just a few not very difficult minigames. A mix between fantasy and nightmare. I found myself pounding on my phone to make it work.

  8. Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams. Not uninteresting, adventure part had some challenges. Jim Phillips and Dr. I really enjoyed several of the HOS, and found some clever ways the Devs made this a different, fun game I give it that.

  9. Nice long game, with plenty to see and do. I'm not a real fan of this series, mostly because they all seem the same, and none of them really stand out in the crowded genre of HOPA games. Jane Warovski have resurrected a Dark Lord out of an obelisk at an excavation site. Lot's of work went into creating this game. They aren't necessarily bad, just typical and predictable Interactive List finds with an interactive puzzle to solve, but there was also a Silhouetted Shape HOP offered in the demo The feature I loathe the most is that they always have a repeat HOP in the same scene.

  10. Don't have to worry about falling asleep while playing this game. I really enjoyed several of the HOS, and found some clever ways the Devs made this a different, fun game A doctor created a machine which allows you to take their soul orb into his machine, and explore and fix the problems creating the fears. Length: I needed not even 3 hours for completing.

  11. I have to tap on the upper part of the screen to continue. Date published: While the storyline is pretty bizarre, the developer put a lot into the special effects which were all crisp and clear. In the Collector's Edition version, there are the usual Achievements to earn, which are awarded in Bronze, Silver and Golden skulls.

  12. It isn't a game for kids or the faint hearted. I had to enlarge the screen to get a couple of objects by moving them up higher. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Figure out the last 2 digits of the keypad by trial and error.

  13. Project Mara began as a simple sleep study to allow scientists to learn the significance behind human dreams, and her grandfather discovered a way to enter people's dreams. The Hidden Object Scenes have not changed much in the past nine games and will probably always stay the same. Very frustrating!! Jim Phillips and Dr.

  14. You'll have to make your own decision on this one. I found several choices illogical. Just a few not very difficult minigames. I really enjoyed several of the HOS, and found some clever ways the Devs made this a different, fun game I didn't find it all that "scary" or "horrifying".

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