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"...an audiovisual experience with a good story dream:scape is definitely recommended." -- touchgen.com
"Dream:scape is unparalleled in its creative use of aesthetic presentation." --ifanzine.com
"The graphics of the haunting and spooky world are brilliant" -- ireviews
"Dream:scape is a whole new dimension of App Store gaming that everybody should experience" -- touchaholics
"...awe-inspiring to experience firsthand. This is truly a different kind of videogame." -- ifanzine.com
4.5 stars -- ireviewt.com
Dream:scape is not a game-- it's an immersive interactive experience, an explorable novel that makes you the main character.
Take on the persona of Wilson, a man caught in the limbo between life and death, reconstructing his past via the Dreamscape of his memories. Find the tools to overcome the Guardians of Memory, revealing buried secrets and shedding new light on a decades-old mystery. Halcyon visions turn to dark reveries as the truth unravels, spiraling toward the inescapable climax. Dream:scape is a world of love, mystery, and ultimately, revenge.
An engrossing story told through interactive 3d environments, written diary entries, and over ten minutes of spoken dialogue (English).
Lush original score by composer Isaias Garcia.
Nearly thirty seamless acres of entirely open-world exploration, featuring fully realized interior and exterior locations.
Unlockable Free Roam options.
Intuitive controls and in-world interactions.
Dream:scape is a virtual experience to be savored for hours, replayed like a favorite book, and remembered for years.
Note: Dream:scape utilizes spoken language (English) and printed text. Be sure to have your device audio enabled. Foreign language support (French and Spanish) will be available soon.
For more information, visit www.speedbumpstudios.com
Good, but could be better.
If you just want to pass the time it is a good game ( that is if you have a charger) . Let my sibling play it said it was great. Though I got bored near the end. I was hoping I could go right to free roam since I have looked everywhere for such a game.
Now I gave it 5 stars cause there is no other game like it. I would love if they made something with animals. The graphics were good, few glitches. I personaly found it slightly creepy so +.
Now if you want a game to play a few hours great, in the long run? Afraid not. If you find it at all interesting, it is worth your time and if you buy it money. I got the paid for free on special offer so best of luck.
Controls ruin what could be a fantastic adventure
The movement control "button" is an oxymoron...should be named movement outta-control. If you don't approach an item or place from exactly the right angle you're up a creek, and getting TO that perfect angle is an exercise in martyrdom. After 20 mins trying to get to an angle to "pick-up" my first inventory item, I was frustrated, but still intrigued....another 20 mins in, and I was just annoyed.
WHY when so many games get point-and-click right, do these developers feel the need to have such ungainly controls?
Take away the buttons and just allow players to roam by using the great thing about touch screens! We touch, we move we touch we pick up.... All this control nonsense lost you an interested buyer. Too bad I'll never see the story unfold.
The graphics are blocky and lo-res. Even worse, in many places, they're too dark to make out anything.
In some places in the storyline, the steps to take are laid out explicitly. In other places, you're left floundering with no idea where to go or what to do. It does not look as though I am going to be able to get to the church without a spoiler.
Navigating via the Unreal engine on an iPad leaves a lot to be desired, especially when crossing planks. Even worse, I have found two spots in the river where it is possible to get completely stuck and unable to move in any direction. Fortunately, when I quit the game and reloaded, it placed me on the riverbank in a spot where I could move again.
The game has a great atmosphere and an intriguing story. The female scarecrow from the beginning of the game is incredibly creepy until she speaks. The woman who did the voice acting conveys so much warmth and sympathy, and hints at so much sadness, that not even the glowing white eyes make her seem scary after she has spoken.
On the whole, it was a brave effort that could have been a good game if it had had better technical implementation. But as it is currently, it's more of an exercise in frustration.
- Category: Games
- Released: Jun 30, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 201 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: George Lippert
- © 2011 G. Norman Lippert
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), and iPod touch (6th generation).