There have been some more pretty impressive user created games posted on the Dreamverse this week that I've played. It seems like the amount of them is increasing there more familiar players are getting with the creation tools, and it will be interesting to see just how much really can be accomplished going forward.
Spotlight Game of the Week:
Vulpina The Red Fox
By: MavBadMan The closest thing to a AAA game I've played on the Dreamverse. It's a 3D platformer that reminded me of games like Banjo Kazooie, Crash Bandicoot, Ratchet and Clank, etc., so if you enjoyed those, this is worth checking out. The only nitpicks I really have is that I wish there would've have been some enemies to kill to make the game feel a little more whole (maybe they'll be added later), and the first obstacle you come across in the first level takes a little too long to go back down after it pops up.
Island of Avalon
In one of the more unique openings to a game I've played on the Dreamverse, you start having to escape from a burning schooner to a lifeboat that transports you to an island. It will be interesting to see what this game becomes the more that gets added to it.
A fantasy adventure game that the creator describes as a "loveletter to Stephen King, Junji Ito, and H. P. Lovecraft" (Lovecraft is one of my favorite authors), you kind of feel like you're on an LSD trip walking through the game.
A Call to Darkness-Chapter 1
A horror/mystery where you're trying to discover what caused something to go wrong at a government research facility. Starts off pretty well and I'm looking forward to see what happens with future "chapters".
Calling of the Legacy
An action/RPG that has the potential to be pretty good. I'm interested to see where the story goes and what improvements are made in the future
There were other games I played on the Dreamverse this week that definitely deserve some more attention than what they've got so far, but I decided to narrow the list down to the five I think have the most to look forward to in the future.