Rhem Trilogy brings together the classic adventures games Rhem, Rhem 2 and Rhem 3, all in one compilation.
Rhem: A rich and complex place with its own rules. On a quest to uncover the secrets of a mysterious letter. The only possibility of a return home is a letter, which consists of four hidden fragments, which it must not only be found but also put together.
Rhem 2: rejoins the story of KALES and his brother ZETAIS. an intricate pure-puzzle first person adventure game, now lets you explore a hidden city in underground caves far beneath the earth’s surface. 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. Finally you will realise, that you are not as alone as you thought you were...
Rhem 3: sets you into a huge, fantastic world full of strange vehicles and buildings, unknown mechanisms and machines, secret passages and doorways. Adventure, logic, attentivness and the ability to solve puzzles will help the player to slowly but surely unveil the mystery of this new adventure on Rhem. Remember, finding the black gem can be the final discovery in Rhem 3, but it must not be...
- Non-violent and non linear gameplay
- A fascinating world full of mystery and puzzles
- Explore a maze of clandestine caves, secret rooms, intricate walkways, tunnels and water systems
- A place of atmospheric ambient sounds
- Tons of tricky puzzles
Myst-like gamesCavalieroscuro | Dec. 23, 2012 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
If you loved Myst, then you will love Rhem The gameplay is puzzle-based and it's hard. It is very hard and it will require months to beat ONE game without a solution. The plot is very essential, all is about exploration and puzzle solving, so you must really like this genre to appreciate it.
Good dealhotmando1 | July 18, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »
This is one of the best point and click mystery adventures out there for all ages. What's better? It has all three games. Although you'll have to buy the fourth game in the series lineup, this trilogy will give you some good insight on the story and plot and how it all plays out. Really liking the visuals, they're not much to look at but remember: this released in early 2000s. Also, not a lot of real "action" such as killing zombies and the such: so I do not recommend this to people looking for a fast pace game. Still, a good buy for the buck.
3 games in 1Arthan | June 21, 2011 | See all Arthan's reviews »
Some of the best point & click adventures in only one compilation. Almost any computer can run them and offer you a lot of hours to enjoy with them. Don't doubt it and buy these games that despite of the old (2003, 2005 and 2008) still worth it and look gorgeous.