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Reader reviews for Bad Dream: Fever

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Rating by Mwrp posted on Nov 16, 2019 | edit | delete


Coma was better


First of all This game is too meta and almost ruined the other experiences for any old Bad dream fan. Doesn’t have the environment bad dream gave.This game either takes itself too seriously or not at all and none of them are good. Coma had consequences of their choice. this doesn’t give you a choice at all . And better art doesn’t always mean it’s good . I almost felt relieved when Coma or other games graphics came. I also liked murdering things or being brutal in other games .
Game was somehow censoring itself and was proud of it . Liked the girl character tho. But she was more of a mother than companion . One main fun in moonlogic puzzle game is being clueless what to do. She was babyfeeding me what to do whole time.
Maybe creators tried to make it accessible but in this process they dissapointed loyal fans(Wow indy developers also started these)
But above all the The title of the game was appropriate cause it was a fucking fever dream


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Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy

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Rating by itseme posted on Nov 11, 2019 | edit | delete


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Rating by Khan4 posted on Nov 6, 2019 | edit | delete


Loved Coma, let down by this one


I totally disagree with the “official” review. Bad Dream : Coma was wonderfully designed, where different endings meant totally different experiences and ways of solving things during the game, with many secrets on top of that. This one doesn’t even let you try things like in every point and click : the items will be use automatically if they are in your inventory when you point the appropriate object on the screen… where’s the game in that? And there’s that character “helping” you, constantly telling you what to do and commenting on almost everything. Could she just go away and let me play peacefully on my own please ? Almost nothing is left for you to find out, the game holds your hand so much it feels designed for kids except the theme isn’t at all. It’s way more like a hidden object game than a puzzle adventure one. With that kind of art and ideas it would have made a great game if it had let you take some actual part in it. Missed. I hope the designer comes back on track if he creates another one.


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Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy

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