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Dream Zone

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Amiga
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From the back cover:

    Dream Zone

    Adventure...
    Beyond Your Wildest Dreams!



    Tonight your dream will be unlike any other. A mad scientist's elixir has turned your dream world into reality. And you have become a prisoner in your own dream. Escape or you'll never wake to another sunrise.

    Travel your dreamscape to hundreds of exotic locales. Converse with a multitude of people (and things). Encounter Sushi the Oriental Rat, evade Bonzo the Bouncer, and outsmart the Informer Pig. Remember, no creature's too strange. Anything can happen in Dream Zone. Magic, misleading riddles, even nightmare beasts, a castle floating in the clouds, an ancient oriental palace. Be prepared to endure the bumbling bureaucrats at the Department of Information and the confusion of the local Carnival.

    Be prepared for the dream adventure of your lifetime.


    • Save games for later play.
    • Panoramic view of surroundings.
    • Color-coded text.
    • Fast direction commands.
    • Heads Up info displays.


    "Very entertaining and, unquestionably, a masterpiece..." Call A.P.P.L.E. Magazine

    "...filled with biting satire, outstanding graphics, a streamlined playing system, and challenging situations." Compute Magazine

    "Dream Zone's not a puzzle game like the Infocom masterpieces, nor literature a la Amnesia, nor sci-fi fantasy in the style of Portal. But if you liked those games, you'll like Dream Zone." inCider Magazine

    Contributed by Belboz (6513) on Sep 16, 2001.