Dreams are usually better leave it up to interpretation and dreams 2 is a game that stands out this particularly well through the creation of an experience that represents the unusual pattern and illogical thinking leads to our brain when we are in a deep sleep.
More than one experience that anything else, but tagging as a narrative puzzle adventure realidad-flexion, you could say that 2 dreams gets its inspiration from games like 6 device, due to its similarity in style and structure. That said, 2 dreams is an exceptionally unique, prominent game for all that is and the story it tells.
The game runs following a maze of buttons tappable which lead the player through a dreamlike landscape filled with results and random events. Integrated and woven between the interesting layout are puzzles that seem to prove patterns of thinking and logic of the player, with all the puzzles that are holding their own meaning behind the measures taken, which leaves the player their own final interpretation. The work is simple yet imaginative, with scenes interactive to build a surreal atmosphere. 2 Dreams is a visionary masterpiece; an intellectual game that definitely inspires the cognition, to some extent.
The game of anticipation of the answers accumulates and creates a world in lathe to a left view to the perception of oneself is extremely fascinating. 2 Dreams have a habit of keeping the player guessing, and bringing them to a wild goose chase. Unfortunately, there is plenty of replay value where the game is concerned, because of the nature, but the developer has promised possible updates and chapters in the future, so there is always the possibility that this may happen.
Personally, I liked 2 dreams. It was short, registering about 30-40 minutes max, but it was fun and different from the norm. Possibly the type of game I would recommend those as adventure puzzle game and a good amazing narrative. It is definitely a trip one you will want to experience for themselves - and the sheep are very cute. For $1.99, this is an eccentric little worth taking.
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