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Bad Dream: Fever

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Game Information

Available on:PCNov 15, 2018

Developer: Desert Fox

Publishers: PlayWay S.A., Ultimate Games S.A.

Genre: Adventure

The world is covered in strange ink, an unknown plague has gathered its cruel harvest. The city seems to be completely empty and dead, but in its every corner there are manifestations of fear, sorrow, frustration, misunderstanding, loneliness and suffering. The situation looks hopelessly, but not everything is lost yet...

Enter the feverish dream and experience its abstract world. Recognize the degradation of your environment and adapt to it. Act with caution. There is a malicious virus waiting for you at each step. Avoid the ink and everything should be alright.

Keep an open mind and be prepared for anything. Expect an enemy in the person who you would least expect it. If you feel betrayed, remember that a fever can change a strong, healthy person into a complete wreck. An infected mind loses common sense..

Attempt to save at least one person. Remember, sometimes 100% effort is still not enough. Don't let the fever infect your mind. Don't let the ink to change you...

Game features:

- The climate of a world resembling sleep during a fever.

- Creative riddles requiring an unconventional approach.

- Refined locations, full of intense, suggestive climate.

- A sincere and complex story told from the depth of the author's heart.
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Reviews

Rely On Horror

9 / 10.0
Rely On Horror

Indie developer Desert Fox delivers a touching point-and-click adventure about existenital dread and bad ink to Windows, available on Steam.

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Gamers Classified

Gamers Classified

Bad Dream: Fever is the second of the Bad Dream Series. However, it is the first game I played and the unique game had given me a lot to think about in terms of its creativity and gameplay. So let’s dive into this feverish game and what it has to bring to the table.

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