RHEM is a first-person, point and click adventure that can be compared to Riven
. You ride into the large, unusual world of Rhem in a mining cart and soon you discover that you are unable to leave. Your major objective is to find a way to leave Rhem. To do this you must find and reconstruct a letter which has been divided into four parts and hidden. You will do this totally alone without interaction with any other characters.
Many of the areas are closed to you at first and the way to open them is by solving a multitude of adventure-type puzzles. There are mechanically based puzzles involving levers and switches, but you will also find codes to decipher and strange symbols, maps, color patterns and switchboxes.
Rhem was developed by Knut Mueller and first released by him in August 2002.
- "Rhem: Le Monde Ultime" -- France & Belgium Title
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||Sep 06, 2010
||Jan 05, 2004
|Tap-Repeatedly/Four Fat Chicks
||Oct 30, 2003
||7.5 out of 10
||Jan 14, 2003
||14 out of 20
||Mar 24, 2003
|Gamers' Temple, The
||Jun 23, 2003
||50 out of 100
||May 01, 2003
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