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A severely ill man is on the operating table when a Daemon named Emily trapping you in your own subconscious. To escape you must find four orbs, which are trapped within a selection of esoteric mini-games set within the darkest Dali-influenced recesses of the mind.

Weird Dreams is a third-person game with action and puzzle elements. The game contains bizarre levels and unorthodox activities, including feeding a wasp cotton candy, beating up hopping totem poles with fish from the sky, and an encounter with a baked chicken in a haunted house. The game comes with a "short novel" that explains the plot in detail and serves as copy protection.


Weird Dreams DOS Ingame (inside cotton candy machine)
Weird Dreams DOS First Level : Candyfloss death (CGA)
Weird Dreams Atari ST Like with anything that moves, you should not come too close to the giant bee.
Weird Dreams DOS Intro: Steve dives into his dreams (EGA)

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An unique and psychedelic experience. DOS Jiguryo (37)

Critic Reviews

ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Atari ST Aug, 1989 830 out of 1000 83
Amiga Joker Amiga Jan, 1990 76 out of 100 76
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Amiga Dec, 1989 8.6 out of 12 72
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Atari ST Sep, 1989 8.4 out of 12 70
Zzap! Amiga Apr, 1990 60 out of 100 60
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Atari ST Apr, 1989 59 out of 100 59
Power Play Commodore 64 May, 1990 53 out of 100 53
Le Geek Amiga Dec, 2003 2 out of 5 40 Atari ST Sep 16, 2011 4 out of 10 40
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Commodore 64 Apr, 1990 36 out of 100 36


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Designer Herman Serrano said he wanted to "paint" the computer screen instead of a canvas. He thought up all the strange level themes while on vacation from art school. The novel is by Rupert Goodwins.


  • ST Format
    • January 1990 (Issue #06) - Included in the list 50 Games of the Year

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