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Pyjamarama has some of the best animation and realistic graphics I have ever seen. All the graphics are large, neat and smooth. As in Automania Wally is superbly done with his night cap even moving as he slides down the bannister. The game itself is very well thought out especially when it comes to finding and carrying the things that help you in your quest to find the alarm clock. Beware of the ‘Video Room’. I could not pull myself away from it for about six waves. I’ll be surprised if this isn’t a CRASH SMASH. I think it should be as it’s a lot better even than the last one from Mikro-Gen, and definitely worth getting.
Mikro-Gen says you'll never dream a program could be this good, and for once the advert is right. It's worth buying for the games room.
The game is much like Wally himself; a colourful and unassuming character on the surface but with a depth that is fantastically rewarding for those who bother to get to know him. Despite some horrendous colour clash, Wally's dream world is fantastically realised and when you add in the quality sound and humour, you really would be a Wally to miss it.