- Cemetery Keeper: Game of Crone DLC is out now!
- With up to 12 hours of new gameplay, new pocket mechanics and the construction of a settlement.
- There can also be vampires and a donkey revolution … because of course there are.
Dear cemetery keepers!
For all the new sacred ground handlers in our midst, Cemetery keeper is the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management simulation ever. Your main goals are to build and manage your own cemetery, but if you’ve done that, why not expand into other businesses? It’s important to make the most of all the resources you can find, although you may need to find some … inventive shortcuts to keep your overhead down. After all, this game is about the spirit of capitalism and doing whatever you can to build a thriving business. It’s a love story too, and did we mention there are zombies, communist donkeys, and alcoholic talking skulls?
Prepare your shovels well because our 3rd DLC – Game of Crone – is now live and you can play it whether you are new to this world or a seasoned veteran. With new characters, new secrets to unravel, and a vampire terrorizing the city, we’ve got a lot to hide, so let’s get in!
The job of a cemetery keeper is never done
In this expanded adventure, you can look forward to between 6 and 12 hours of new gameplay, new storylines, achievements, and even new pocket mechanics to improve the journey and prove that you are a true pro in the industry. One of your first tasks will be to help the escaped prisoners of the Inquisition survive in the wilderness by converting their worn out camp into a fully fortified refugee settlement. It is not that easy to pitch a few tents, however, you must protect this young settlement with sword and fire.
If you thought you could relax once the camp is safe, think again. There is only the tiny business of unraveling the secrets of the Great Blast and the Return of the Ancient Curse, and unraveling the mystery behind the mysterious death of your predecessor. Oh, and we can’t forget the vampire currently terrorizing The Town, you’d better add garlic and wooden stakes to your shopping list.
Long live the donkey!
Comrade Donkey has always been one of the most interesting townspeople, which says a lot when you consider that one of the first people you meet is a talking skull asking you to see him for some booze. But now he seems to have Revolution in mind and wants to recruit you to play a part in it. How many carrots do you need to stage a coupé? You are about to find out!
In addition to all of the above excitement, you can also look forward to new constructs like tombstones and fences, new teleportation scrolls that make it easier to navigate as the world around you expands and new places to be discovered, and various under-the-hood improvements and troubleshooting. There are new achievements to be accomplished, dishes to be cooked and even new music will appear. With so much to do, it’s just a matter of deciding what to sink your shovel into first.
Now without further ado, have fun digging in the Grav -… uh, game! We hope you like it Game of Crone!
Game of Crone
You must help the escaped prisoners of the Inquisition survive in the wild by providing them with everything they need. Develop your camp into a fortified settlement while keeping an eye on the benefits. To protect those who have entrusted their lives to you from sword and fire. And also – to untangle the circumstances of the cruel game that became the Great Blast and the Return of the Old Curse.
Graveyard Keeper is the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management simulation of the year. Build and manage your own graveyard as you find shortcuts to cut costs, expand into entertainment with witch burning festivals, and scare nearby villagers to go to church. This is a game of capitalism and do anything to build a thriving business. Face ethical dilemmas. Do you really want to spend money on the right hot dog meat for the festival when you have so many resources lying around? Gather valuable resources and create new items. Grow your cemetery into a thriving business, collect valuable resources scattered around the area, 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 them. Take a trip into the unknown and find useful new ingredients that may or may not poison a fair number of nearby villagers. Capitalism.