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Happy 2018 everyone!
My-oh-my, how time flies when you're having all kinds of fun! We were so busy doing other stuff that we kind of slipped out of the habit of doing these updates regularly. Oh well. That's how it is sometimes. You can't do everything you want.
Anyway, we just pushed a small update live in order to address an issue some people are having with the game always being on top of other applications. Just hit the 'B' key. That should minimize the game down to the task bar.
UPDATE: I changed it to the 'B' key in order to avoid a key conflict. Sorry about the fuss.
Don't be shy if you see something strange or buggy in the game.
The Dream Machine
TDM saved games are not showing up under "Load"
When playing TDM chapter 1, the saved games are not showing up under "Load". I've checked the saveGames directory and the saves are indeed there (11st Save and 22nd Save), as well as the Autosave, which is the only thing I can select. This is on a Win 7...
This game is a labour of love, and it really shows throughout. It's a point-and-click that wants you to get introspective and trip the ♥♥♥♥ out. There's a unique response for just about everything you try, which makes for an entertaining time... even when you're failing horribly. There's a surprising amount of depth in the story itself too, which I personally enjoyed because I thought the story was not only refreshing, but pretty damn good. Things start off relatively slow, but get crazier as the story goes on- to the point where you're literally crawling back up your moms ♥♥♥♥♥♥. Most of people giving this a negative review didn't even play for enough time to make it to the better chunks of the game... play it through from beginning to end and you won't be dissapointed. Unless you're pro-life and you hate brutally honest endings... or claymation.
This guide is a Step-by-Step Walkthrough for The Dream Machine: Chapter 3. It's for all those who get stuck and need a clue or a little push to help them get through the chapter when they're stuck.
Hope you guys all enjoy!
I ended up getting all 6 chapters on sale for only $10, and I kind of feel bad about it because this game is meaty. It's so well made and thought out, and just gorgeous. You can see the fingerprints on the figures and backgrounds from being hand made. Each dream is vastly different and interesting, and the puzzles are the right amount of hard.
There are unexpectedly grisly and gory scenes in this, and haunting dream imagery that is pretty creepy, so I would not recommend this for young children or if you don't like gore. The story is very dark too, so if you liked Fran Bow, you'll enjoy this one. I probably wouldn't play it again, as it's pretty straight forward and there's only the one ending.
I spent about 1-2 hours on each chapter and had fun just admiring the sets and exploring the dialogue. There's dark humor and jokes here and there. The main character does some shady stuff that will make you laugh out loud because WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?! But it makes sense in the dream worlds.
Video walkthrough The Dream Machine (Español) [Completo]
Juego completo de mi canal de youtube (bueno los capítulos que han salido). Lo juego en inglés, pero leo los textos en español traduciendo sobre la marcha. Están todos los capítulos publicados, y en cuanto publiquen el capítulo 6 cierro todo el gameplay.
So I've finished the game... and the ending I found was not what I was expecting or hoping for. In fact, it was kind of depressing and awful. Before I really make a judgement, though, I'd like to hear from other people about if there are multiple ending...
Is there any info on when the translations will be published?
By the way, will the game be translated to Brazilian Portuguese? If so, I'd be glad to help with it! If not, it would be great if the dev could give us instructions on how to translate t...