Conclusion: Clearly, RHEM 4 is not a game for the impatient. Or for those who want a lot of story or character interaction, are easily frustrated by large amounts of note-taking, or who want cutting-edge graphics.
Excerpt: RHEM and I go way back. Well, back to 2002. I reviewed the first game, having purchased it directly from Mr. Müller, well before it got a commercial release. I had heard it was like Riven , which was all I needed to take a gamble.
Excerpt: Rhem 4: The Golden Fragments is the fourth title in a series of Myst inspired adventure games from German indie developer Knut Müller. Like Myst, this game uses pre-rendered images with the occasional live action video.