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Journeys of Reemus: Ch.1

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Sep 7, 2008 | 11:23 PM EDT
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9/19/2013: Announcing “THE BALLADS OF REEMUS 2” KICKSTARTER campaign! I'm going to flesh out (get it?!) the Death Slug storyline with new puzzles, voice acting, and shiny graphics for Reemus's beerbelly. I've already posted a prototype if you want to check it out!
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Here it is, another chapter in the ongoing saga of Reemus & Liam. Picking up where the prologue left off, Reemus & Liam journey to meet the King, but things don't go as
smoothly as planned...

More point and click puzzle action for those that enjoyed the first one. Two possible endings!

I'm hoping to release a new chapter each month. Enjoy!

I'm working on fixing all the random little bugs. If you find anything PM me and let me know how you achieved it, it'll help me find the source faster. Thanks!

OFFICIAL WALKTHROUGH: apter1walkthrough.htm



Rated 5 / 5 stars

great game!!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The Several Journeys of Reemus Chapter 1 walkthrough :


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Incredible game! I played this series out of order -- I think it was something like 2, 3, 1, prologue, 4. But even after seeing the Death Slugs at work, even though they should have been old news... that first sight of the birth pod still creeped me out, and the entire hatching result was just as disgusting as ever. That's how I react to enemies like this, and you deliver the art big-time.

Fortunately, Liam and Reemus are goofy and winsome enough to more than make up for it. Liam can being surprisingly cute even when he's just climbing a rope, and Reemus' lines make him an unlikely hero. The later games emphasize their brain/brawn combo, but here, they're straight-up charming.

And the puzzles are just amazing. I wasn't so fond of the prologue's time-limit deaths, but that's no problem here. The tasks all over these games tend to be straightforward (trap, tool, battering ram, whatever), but the artful scenery has all kinds of quirky resources. Some solutions are mundane, but a few are funny -- especially the ant inspector in the prologue, the war birds in c3, Goliath in c4, or the potion scene here.

Great work for two great buddies!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Can you upload the songs please? I love the tune during the last bit.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game. My favourite is the potions part.

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