- Cemetery Keeper: Game of Crones DLC is out now!
- Introducing up to 12 hours of new gameplay, new bag mechanics, and building a facility.
- There may even be vampires and a donkey revolution … because of course there is.
Greetings to cemeteries!
For every new manager of the earth sanctified among us, Cemetery Custodian it is the most inaccurate sim of medieval cemetery management of all time. Your main goals are to build and manage your own cemetery, but once you’ve done that, why not expand into other businesses? It’s important to use all the resources you can find, even if you may have to find some … inventive shortcuts to keep your overhead low. After all, this is a game on the spirit of capitalism, and to do whatever it takes to build a thriving business. It’s also a love story, and did we mention that there are zombies, communist donkeys, and talking alcoholic skulls?
Well prepare your shovels for our 3rd DLC – Game of Crone – it’s live now and you can play whether you’re new to this world or an experienced veteran. With new characters, new secrets to discover, and a vampire terrorizing the city, we have a lot to cover, so let’s jump!
The work of a cemetery keeper is never done
In this expanded adventure, you can expect between 6 and 12 hours of new gameplay, new plots, achievements, and even new bag mechanics to enhance the journey and testify that you’re a true professional in the business. One of your first tasks will be to help the escaped prisoners of the Inquisition survive in the desert by developing their wire camp into a fully fortified refugee settlement. It’s not as simple as launching a few tents, however, you have to protect this new establishment with your sword and fire.
If you think you can relax once the field is safe, think again. There’s only the matter of adolescence unraveling the secrets of the Great Blast and the return of the Ancient Curse, in addition to discovering the secret behind the mysterious death of your predecessor you managed. Oh, and you shouldn’t forget about the vampire currently terrorizing The Town, better add garlic and wooden sticks to your food list.
Long live the donkey!
Comrade Sciccareddu has always been one of the most interesting city dwellers, who says a lot considering that one of the first people you meet is a talking skull who asks you to see him for alcohol. But now it seems he has Revolution in mind and he wants to recruit you to play a part in it. How many carrots does it take to stage a coupe? You have to find out!
In addition to all the excitement mentioned above, you can also expect new construction such as tombstones and fences, new teleportation rolls to make navigation easier as the world around you expands and new locations are found, as well as various improvements below. the hood and bug repair. There are new creations to complete, dishes to cook, and even some new music will appear. With so much to do, it’s just a matter of deciding on what to sink your blade into first.
Now without further ado, have fun digging into gravity … eh, game! We hope you like it Game of Crone!
You must help the escaped prisoners of the Inquisition to survive in the desert by giving them everything they need. To develop their field in a fortified settlement keeping in mind its benefits. To protect those who have entrusted their lives to you, from the sword and fire. And also – to uncover the circumstances of the cruel game, which turned into the Great Blast and the return of the Ancient Curse.
Cemetery Keeper is the most inefficient medieval cemetery management sim of the year. Build and manage your own cemetery while finding shortcuts to reduce costs, expand into entertainment with witch-burning festivals, and scare nearby villagers into attending church. This is a game of capitalism and doing whatever it takes to build a thriving business. He faces ethical dilemmas. Do you really want to spend money on that hotdog meat suitable for the festival when you have so many resources around? Gather valuable resources and craft new items. Expand your Cemetery into a thriving business, go ahead and collect valuable resources scattered in the surrounding areas, and explore what this land has to offer. Make business alliances. These corpses don’t need all that blood, do they? Why not sell it to someone who can put it to good use. Same for body parts. Hey, it’s efficient with recycling! Explore mysterious dungeons. No medieval game would be complete without these. Take a trip into the unknown and find new useful ingredients that may or may not poison a whole group of nearby villagers. Capitalism.