RHEM: Trilogy Gets a Digital Release

on September 6, 2010 10:45 PM

RHEM: Trilogy Gets a Digital Release
It was announced today that Lace Mamba Global, a Brighton-based publisher, has released their upcoming adventure game on all major digital networks.

The release had these words for people who want to venture in the game:

“By the time you see this message I will have been long gone from RHEM. If fate has kept you a prisoner here I can offer you the opportunity to return to your own world. But I will need your help. In RHEM is a letter I have written to my brother. If you help me get this letter to my brother ZETAIS I can help you get back to your world.”

Here’s some information about each game in the trilogy:

  • 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 find 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…

While the digital release for the games was today, a boxed version, as well as RHEM 4 will be released on September 24.

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Being a gamer since the age of 6 (thanks to my parents), a desire to pursue a career in the gaming industry has been my passion ever since I laid my hands on Sonic the Hedgehog. Some of my favorite games include Shadow of the Colossus, Okami, Duke Nukem 3D, Final Fantasy 6, Killer7 and both the Devil May Cry and Resident Evil series.