rhem 2 - the cave - (en)
RHEM 2 is an intricate pure-puzzle first person adventure game (point-and-click), and the sequel to the popular RHEM. Made for PC and Mac, RHEM 2 rejoins Zetais and Kales as they now explore a hidden city far beneath the earths surface. Like its predecessor, RHEM 2 features non-linear gameplay, non-violent story, and mind-bending puzzles. The game is set as a direct sequel in story and gameplay to RHEM. Having discovered entry to a hidden underground city, you will venture ever deeper as you explore a maze of clandestine caves, secret rooms, and intricate walkways, tunnels and water systems. As you marvel at beautifully detailed environments and solve clever puzzles, you must search for an enigmatic artifact that must be found and photographed before you return to the surface.
RHEM 2 rejoins the story of KALES and his brother ZETAIS. You will explore weird caves and a hidden city, find secret rooms and hidden paths. You will have to find out the mechanisms of strange looking machines and find Codes to open doors to continue your adventures. Enjoy the beauty and silence of this unique underworld. Explore a city that has never seen sunlight. Make use of strange looking vehicles. Marvel at mysterious devices and buildings. Finally you will realise, that you are not as alone as you thought you were.
RHEM 2 is a graphic adventure (point-and-click, pre-calculated first person). The virtual world is shown through the eyes of the players. The environment consists of individual pictures covering a 360-degree view. Navigation takes place through going forward, turning left/right, etc. In principle, each standpoint has four views. In the virtual world, one must have in advance different puzzles to unlock, representing both collection and use.
- the sequel to RHEM
- a fascinating world full of mystery and puzzles
- non-violent story
- non-linear gameplay
- 3000 rendered images in HighColor
- 20 minutes of QuickTime animation
- CD-ROM for Mac and PC
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