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Journeys of Reemus 4

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Jan 27, 2012 | 11:26 PM EST
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The Several Journeys of Reemus Chapter 4 - The Beastly Blackhole of Bureaucracy

Reemus and Liam land on the shores of the Kingdom of Danricus with high hopes of securing their heroic quest to stop the Death Slug invasion. Unfortunately they soon find themselves caught up in the bumbling bureaucratic process of The Danricus Department of Heroes. Reemus and Liam find themselves in a race against the clock as a wave of Death Slug enslaved Gygax makes their way towards the castle gates.

Note: Journeys of Reemus 4 is free and complete. Ballads of Reemus is a separate premium game which is also finished and available to buy on our site, and we have a trailer and demo to check out before you buy @



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awesome! But....

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

You people ROCK!!!

I like how you made this game and can tell quite some effort and time was put into this. Lots of things to do (which is awesome). I can't get enough of the art (thank you Zeebarf). I love it overall, most certainly will buy the game. A little short in my mind and doesn't mindfuck you trying to solve the puzzles like the others... there fore 10/10 5/5 KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!!!

ps beat it in 15 min (with all three endings) XD!!!!!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

The Beastly Above Average Point and Click

I haven't played any other games in this series, so every aspect of this game came as a surprise to me. The art style is great. Everything is very clean, and the characters are well drawn. Speaking of characters, Reemus oozes personality. He's on par with Drake or Niko in terms of depth. Well, maybe not Niko. He's a cool dude, though. The dialogue is also sharp and engaging, if a little drawn out at times. I like the difficulty curve. I was never mind-numbingly frustrated at any point, which can kill all the entertainment value in a game like this. If you were going for that, good job :D It's neat that you have an in-game link to the walkthrough. I didn't really need it, but I like that you put that level of thought into it. What hurts the game the most, as it is the only real flaw, is the repetitive music. Aside from that, nothing is broken, but it's not life altering either. It's a solid game. Kudos, sir.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Big news

I can understand that you kept this instalment light to work on the full length (which I got by the way. You and Tomar were awesome.) ... BUT this was a little too easy and short. Regardless it's a fun story and we're always happy to see Reemus games whenever they're posted.

On Ballads: One thing that should be worked on is lip syncing. Seriously everything else is smooth but the mouths are just.. not on the same level to put it nicely.

Grats on the full-length and I hope to see more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is a very good game. lots to do and i can clearly see a ton of work went into it. good job

ClickShake responds:

So happy to hear the amount of effort we put into this comes through.