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The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus

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Step into the shoes of detective Sarah Green and solve the mystery of a missing town doctor in The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus. The town doctor, Dr. Magnus withdrew from society following the tragic death of his wife and daughter in a car accident. In his despair, Dr. Magnus became obsessed with the idea of contacting the souls of his loved ones. He began conducting ever more dangerous experiments ruinous to his own health until he himself, disappears. What secrets will be revealed in your investigation?

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 304 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 3.6 5 63 63
There Really is More than Meets the Eye Here! A very pleasant surprise that we have here, an adventure HOG that will require use of the grey cells which I for one am looking forward to. Our story begins with Sarah Green, a novice detective who is on her first case; solve the mystery behind the dissapearance of a Dr Magnus. This new adventure will require Sarah to investigate his home and reveal the secrets hidden there that will ultimately change her life. The main menu offers only two gameplay mode and that really is it. Once you begin your adventure, you come equiped with a notebook that will outline details of your search. There are no voice overs but you do have the odd sound effects and music; besides since you are alone, there is really no one to talk to. On the up-side, you have a list of ahcievments to acquire as well as finding 25 Horus Eyes that are hidden throughout the game. Game play is mostly adventure with HO scenes that sadly are not interactive but items did prove tricky to find. There are few minigames to solve but as I only have played the demo, I came across only one lock and for some strange reason, I need to find a manual before I can attempt to open it. Yes, the game looks out-dated, but the graphics are crisp and I really did like the art-work. There really seems more to this than meets the eyes. The challenge is in the adventure part of the game, there is no hand holding and I really do love going around and figuring out what to do next. As I moved along, I also found the story both tragic and suspicious and want to find out the secret of Dr. Magnus' dissapearance. I think this game does warrent a credit or club award. For lovers of adventure games, I think this game really has some attributes and I for one did very much enjoy my first hour of gameplay. September 9, 2012
GREAT Change of Pace! Loved the graphics from the start - beautiful, clear and brightly colored. The HOS scenes aren't hard but are fun because the artwork is so nice. Mini games are interesting - not extremely hard but still make you think. Putting things together and moving through the game is memory and common sense - not a lot of hand holding but easy enough to put together and do. The music is upbeat and goes with the individual scenes. All in all, appealing artwork, relaxing paced game, bright and fun. A nice change from all of the dark and evil!!! September 9, 2012
A Refreshing Game! My review is based solely on the hour demo. Graphics are crisp and beautiful! Music is annoying, but I usually just mute it anyway. The sound effects are not unpleasant to the ears. No map, no VO; however the HOS are a bit challenging, and in some of them, you really have to look - I loved these! Also, the HOS are not interactive. Mini puzzles are not really brain-bending, but they do present a little challenge. There is little hand-holding in this game, but the hint button will tell you there is nothing to do in the scenes; and sometimes you have backtrack to get a second HOS from a previous scene. All in all, I found this a very refreshing game, especially considering some of the new ones lately. Worth the price of a SE and/or a free coupon! September 9, 2012
Something for everyone.... GREAT game with an eccentric plot and perfect balanced mix of adventure with H0G. Very clear, beautiful graphics in an old fashioned, realistic, atmosphere where I just want to jump into the screen-style and live the game.... just the way I LOVE to play my games. You truly can not go wrong with this one there is something for everyone IMO. SO... give it a whirl.... you can not judge it based on the initial opening. Thumbs WAY UP and I truly hope we see more like it. September 9, 2012
A HOG Dream I give if 5 stars just on the fact that the HOG scenes are clear and bright - no squinting in the dark or fog to find the hidden items. Us "older folks" need more HOG scenes like these - no eye strain. Hints are great and fill back up in a reasonable time frame. September 10, 2012
Awesome fun relaxing hidden game object Love the graphics, it is very elegant and the anticipation of finding Dr. Magnus is actually very exiciting!!! September 10, 2012
Quite a nice surprise This is really a nice little game. It's medium challenge but it sections off areas where you are exploring so that you don't have to go back 15 rooms, houses, levels, etc. to get where you need to do. it's a game I really didn't want to stop playing. Usually I just get frustrated. This is definitely worth buying if you want a nice leisurely fun game to play. The only problem is that it is shorter than a lot of games I've played. September 12, 2012
Great game! For a non-collector version of a game, this one has it all! The graphics are nothing short of gorgeous, the story line is wonderful (I almost cried at the end), and the music is enchanting! Haven't seen this quality in awhile. Great job, developers! September 11, 2012
WOW! What a game! Honestly, I don't remember when when was the last time I felt so relaxed while playing a game. This one is so fun and beautiful, so relaxing and different. For me the most important thing is that you don't need magnifier in HO scenes, all objects are large enough but again well hidden. I also like getting the achievements, and that's not a feature usually seen at SE games which is for me a big advantage. It sort of dragged me in within 30 minutes of play and I decided to buy it straight away. Now I know that was a good decision! September 11, 2012
Great rainy day game Relaxing HO game with an easy adventure quality. Two levels of game play with lots of achievements to obtain, soft background music and unobtrusive atmosphere sound effects. If you have a free game coming to you, this would be a good one to spend your token on. Depending on your skill level this could be a nice long game or a just a sweet afternoon break! Enjoy. September 12, 2012
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