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Certainly at the beginning of the game the problems are not particularly obvious. You can get to sleep easily enough, only to discover shortly afterwards that there must be essential objects that you have left behind in the house. Before long I realised that I had to go to the bathroom, but I could not find it anywhere! It turned out that it was not off the landing, where I had spent half an hour searching for it, but was en-suite to my bedroom. Here, then, is my biggest, and possibly only criticism of the game – no exits are listed on the screen, and even the hint map that comes in the package did not show it!
However, once you get used to the command system, and familiar with the way the game plays, it is brilliant!
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Every now and then, just when adventures seem to have settled down into a bit of a rut, along comes something completely new and off-beat, like a breath of fresh air. Dream Zone, written by American teenagers Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin, is one of those games, and there hasn't been anything like it since Tass Times. Amusing and satirical, it will have you trapped in its fantasy world for hours at a time! More, please, Baudville!
L'attrait de ce logiciel vient de sa difficulté plus que de la qualité de sa réalisation. Sans être insurmontable, Dream Zone vous donnera du fil à retordre.
All in all it's not a bad game with some good graphics and even a tune, but the problems are just too annoying to keep you interested. Character interaction can be limiting with offending characters only assisting you if you first help them - no place for the wicked at heart.
With so many good adventure releases around at the moment, something as mediocre and uninteresting as this, just isn't worth the time of day.