DreamLand: Final Solution (Windows)

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In 2020, the most successful entertainment venue is the virtual reality (VR). Because of laws, the only place where people can immerse themselves in true VR is orbital station DreamLand. It is extremely popular and extremely expensive - and maybe not completely safe, since there are rumors about customers who return back to Earth with destroyed minds. Jim Dix, journalist who writes for important newspapers, is sent by his boss (who pays the expenses) to dig some dirt on the station. An adventure in different virtual realities, speaking simians and gangsters awaits him.

DreamLand is a third-person point and click adventure similar to first two Broken Sword games. The VR sequences (actually stories within stories, which include meeting the Frankenstein monster, visiting pirate-infested Macao or 1930's Chicago, to name a few) are rendered rather than painted. The game has full voice-overs.


DreamLand: Final Solution Windows First time on DreamLand. Notice the phone- no, teleportation booth on the left side next to information desk.
DreamLand: Final Solution Windows You can use this map to point the areas where you want to teleport to. This is just one part of the station.
DreamLand: Final Solution Windows Intro - not so happy family. Yes, the stick in the man's hand is a rifle.
DreamLand: Final Solution Windows First dialog in the game - the boss have just shown the intro (actually the commercial for the station) and now he sends his best  men, Jim Dix.

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Hrej! 1999 8 out of 10 80
Bonusweb Apr 16, 1999 8 out of 10 80
GameStar (Germany) Jul, 1999 23 out of 100 23


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Fingon (601) added DreamLand: Final Solution (Windows) on May 02, 2012