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The Dream Machine returns on August 1


5:00 PM on 07.16.2013



I was surprised to realize that it had been over a year since I reviewed the first chapters of The Dream Machine, a charming and unique-looking adventure game from Cockroach Studios. There's been no word on when the last chapters of the game were going to arrive. Well, we now know that Chapter 4 of The Dream Machine will be available on August 1.

The game left protaganist Victor Neff traversing a vivid dreamscape conjured from the minds of his neighbours. There were some really striking sections, including a cruise ship staffed by multiple clones of Victor all with their own personalities. I'm eager to play Chapter 4 and I'm really pleased that instead of 5 chapters, the series has grown to 6 chapters. Considering The Dream Machine is half price in the Steam sale right now for just $8.49/£6.49, I'd say it's well worth the purchase.








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