Developers: Asteristic Game Studio, Anthony Septim
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Genres: Adventure, Platformer
Dreaming Sarah's surreal world is fun to explore, all wrapped in great pixel art and an excellent soundtrack. There's plenty of variety and puzzles to solve. Despite its short length, it's worth checking out if you're after something different yet memorable in the genre.
Dreaming Sarah won’t appeal to everyone. This is a game where you grab a good drink, sit down on your favourite comfy chair and just get immersed in, then probably never touch again. But for the price of entry, it’s worth a shot. Maybe it was the music, the subtle but effective details or maybe just because the game spoke to me in ways I didn’t expect. But Dreaming Sarah was an experience that moved me. A weird but memorable experience I don’t think I’ll be forgetting anytime soon.
As you delve further into your run, you will wonder what you are playing. This thought soon passes and you will love the odd atmosphere and surreal imagery that is presented. The unveiling of the true nature of this story doesn’t come clear until the very end, so I suggest keeping with it. At around £4 it’s great value for money, so I suggest buying it here! Can you help Sarah walk through her mind and piece together the objects that stop her waking? Traverse many surreal landscapes, solve the puzzles and awaken from your slumber.
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Dreaming Sarah - Launch Trailer