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Written by  :  Kayburt (10030)
Written on  :  Nov 17, 2021
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Weirder Dreams

The Good

Graphically the game has lots of rainbow colour scheme abundant. Every screen you'll see makes this Weirdland intriguing to explore. On top of that, there are places you need to shrink down in size to get a better look, which adds to the puzzling gameplay. Music tracks are better than better and add to the vividness. The game mechanics are the same as before, just plain simplified and no deaths anywhere.

The Bad

It's a little disappointing that there's no easy mode for the less experienced adventurer, but nothing is really lost. There's still the same pixel hunting for new places and items problem from the last episode, more icons would have made for a smoother gameplay. The biggest break in the game is a bug that stops the game working correctly if you don't take care of Bonehead and Cementhead before trying to exit, making you stuck and forced to reset the game.

The Bottom Line

This followup episode took a turn for the weirder in a way that twists imagination and mind together. You might not be able to come with a concept quite like this, but you'll definitely play though it to boggle your mind. It all goes to show you that anything is possible in a dream. It's worth a shot to play, but it's no longer worth the money considering it's incompatible with computers today.