Last week proved that great music in a game can make all the difference, and easily turn a decent game into something much more impacting and memorable. This week we visit the Colour series once again, as we get caught up with SilverStitch's short and simple flash game series.
We've already completed Colour My World, and SilverStitch recommends we also play through Colour My Heart (it only takes two minutes to beat!) before moving on to this game. Colour My Dreams doesn't have as touching music as the other two games in the series, but instead takes a depressing world and turns it creepily grim. Fans of Jhonen Vasquez and Salad Fingers will probably be more interested than others, although the side-scroller design and Zelda-like compass puzzle should be enough to entertain most.
P.S. Tonight is your last chance to vote on last week's Legend of Zelda series game debate!
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