The Last Dream

The Last Dream

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Every night, Ben’s late wife Elizabeth comes to him in his dreams. She seems to be calling for him, but why? After waking one morning and finding a strange clue from his dream, Ben sets out on a path of adventure and intrigue – the path to Elizabeth? His reality has become entwined with the dream world as he battles with unimaginable forces that are trying to stop him. Help Ben navigate this strange world and reunite with Elizabeth. Is this reality or a dream? Maybe no one can say…

  • Gripping storyline, full of intrigue and adventure
  • Live action cut-scenes and gorgeous graphics
  • Earn achievements , cat toys and photographs
  • 15 versatile mini games to complete

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 884 MB

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The Last Dream

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The Last Dream 4.5 5 55 55
Sometimes Dreams Influence Our Lives The games that we are offered every Thursday and Saturday, seem to be getting easier and easier. It feels like I'm just going through the motions and able to solve the HOP's and Mini games without giving them much thought. Half the time I know what the plot is and how it will end, perhaps it's because I have played so many games, perhaps it's because the devs are becoming lax. What I liked about this game, was the challenge it offered me, no map to tell me where I have an active task, and the mini games seems to challenge me without frustrating me. The Hidden Object scenes are actually progressive FROG's and I must say, they too were surprisingly challenging! This isn't going to win the game of the year award, the graphics are really good, not fantastic, the storyline isn't new, but it hasn't been played to death. This game is about The Last Dream. A mourning husband has recurring dreams about his wife Elizabeth who died in a car accident. He is contacted by Elizabeth who is trying to connect with the love of her life, explaining she has found a way for them to be together, that the journey will be difficult, and that Love always has obstacles to overcome. (a powerful message to say the least) The game can be a bit weird at times, for starters, you befriend a talking cat (alice and wonderland?) and the game shifts between his dreams and his realities. There are 23 Achievements to earn including 10 Dreamcatcher achievement moments, 7 items to make your talking cat's life more comfortable and 10 Collectible Photo's. Play this game with an open mind, I think you might enjoy the change of pace and a little bit of a challenge to boot, enjoy! December 16, 2015
CAN LOVE TRANSCEND THE BONDS OF DEATH? What an awesome adventure game with a HO component that is not right in your face obvious. When I see a game like The Last Dream come along it just seems so different than the ?canned? follow the same pattern games that we normally see here at BFG. In The Last Dream you play a grieving widower who dreams nightly of his wife who died tragically in a car accident. As dream and reality become blurred we follow Elizabeth?s dream trail as she tries to reunite with her beloved. Because of the way the game is created, I am not sure what is waking reality or possibly the whole thing is a dream ? what a great storyline and a unique point of view. The game does offer four different modes of gameplay but there is no custom mode. There are very few options to select when setting up the game BUT because The Last Dream is so different, it really doesn?t matter. Although the graphics are good, they are not excellent and not always as crisp I like. The filmed scenes with live actors are the scenes where the difference is noticeable as the animated graphic art is terrific. I think the developers used this difference as a tool to show the bleakness of reality as compared to the clarity of our hero?s dream life. There are no tools in the game except for a cat that we sort of rescue early on. No map but since the game is fairly linear in movement it doesn?t matter and I have had no problem navigating the game. The HO scenes are interactive and they are FROGS meaning that we find bits and pieces of items to combine them into a usable item in order to progress through the scene. I found the scenes a bit of a challenge at times but still very enjoyable. The puzzles have more challenge than usual but can be completed without too much frustration if you carefully think about them. Not all puzzles are over-the-top difficult but they are not the standards that we see all of the time. I had only one puzzle that I skipped early on because it did give me fits and I couldn?t figure it out. When I replay the game, I think I will take more time to figure out the sequence of what needs to be done and when. The Last Dream is a SE game here at BFG but I am aware that it is released as a CE elsewhere so what we have here is a game that has achievements and collectibles which it a great addition to what we normally receive in a SE game. The Last Dream is definitely different AND a refreshing change. I love the storyline and can?t wait to see if love truly conquers all. If you are looking for a game that is different and has a bit more challenge, then I heartily recommend that you try The Last Dream: you might just find it surprising and just what you are looking for. December 16, 2015
WOW!! what a GEM!! To turn an overworn phrase, "You had me at Hello". The mix of video and hand drawn scenes is stunning and so VERY very well done that I cannot believe that this was just a soft release. Where to begin? I am only about 45 minutes into the game and have been drooling all over my desk with the game layout. And I am trying to figure out how I might possibly call in sick to work tomorrow so that I could continue playing uninterrupted. The back story is mainly told through the real video clips and has me intrigued. Then you plunge into the dream world where the gameplay happens. I have only encountered one HOS so far which was a highly interactive FROG (*stars in my eyes*). There are achievements and apparently things to collect that I might have just landed on randomly?! (This game needs a walkthrough for us OCD about collectibles or achievements!!) Puzzles have been varied and not really anything new but still interesting; a couple thus far just aren't my bag, so used a skip but that should not deter anyone from diving into this absolutely fantastic offering from a developer that I don't think I'm familiar with. And if this is their first go-round, then I am all a-quiver with what they might come out with next. Complacent CE developers beware - there's an awesome new kid on the block!!! December 17, 2015
A dream that transcends the boundaries of life with love! This is truly a great game and very refreshing from the content most games has recently given us, which has been so dreary. I liked that I had to look around to discover things, like when adventure games started out. I found the items located in the general vicinity the dream transported me to. The areas were compact enough that it wasn't overwhelming, so there was no need for a map. I found the puzzles not to easy or to hard, though a handful did have me reaching for a pad and pen to figure them out. And clues to help solve them were in the general area. I really like how real people where used in the cut scenes. The cat companion added a nice touch. There were times when I had to figure out what to do but I liked this. The graphics were good quality and the music was great. Above all the story was a beautiful one about love. I highly recommend this game to those looking for an excellent story and that doesn't give you every thing a silver platter. So, if you are one that likes all the bells and whistles I suggest you play the demo first before purchasing this game. December 17, 2015
Finally a SE adventure with an intriguing and touching story!! This was an insta-buy for me. It's a story of a young Eastern European married guy who?s just lost his wife and is now seeing her beckon him on in his dreams continues to be touching. The gameplay consists almost entirely of simple inventory usage interrupted occasionally by standalone logic puzzles and hidden-object screens. You travel to a half-dozen or so more graphically luxuriant and often nightmarishly altered dreamscapes, always being led on by your wife?s ghostly presence. Connecting each of these dreamscapes is a somewhat grainy cut scene of ?you? {the surviving husband} moving through some real places such as an amusement park or a mechanic?s shop. These were obviously shot live in some Eastern European nation. I liked the way the story tries to physically interweave the dream and real worlds, although not much is done with the concept beyond linking one scene to the next. The music is pleasant, the puzzles are fun and often interesting, and the images are frequently stunning and entertaining. The Last Dream is a nice casual adventure. It took me about five hours to complete the game. As with most casual games, there?s a lot of ?achievement? earning going on. You look for toys for your cat accomplice and Polaroids of you and your wife throughout the game. None of these is too difficult to locate.If I have any knock on The Last Dream it?s that perhaps it gets a little repetitive towards the end. The scenes continue to change, often dramatically, but the actions you have to perform remain pretty much the same. At the start of the game, you?re given a choice of no less than four difficulty settings. As usual, I just picked the hardest one, knowing that nowadays it was likely not to be too hard. One still gets hints, of course, although you can?t skip the minigames and a few other things. The Last Dream boils down to a pleasant few hours spent in beautiful, vibrant #if somewhat static) dream scenes. Despite the nightmare aspect of the storyline, the game is really rather Zen to play. Final Thoughts? The Last Dream is a well-made and intelligently written casual adventure. It seems quite reasonably priced to me. It's likely to entertain you for a few hours some weekend. You won?t be thinking about its puzzles at night, or at work, or while brushing your teeth in the morning the way a really good, absorbing and challenging adventure will do, but that?s all a matter of taste, of course. Generally, I prefer a game to really suck me in and involve me. Most players nowadays seem to just want a few idle hours agreeably filled. This adventure was the exception and I really enjoyed it. I recommend this one for players of all levels. Enjoy! December 17, 2015
A Truly Great Game This is a wonderful game. I love the way the story develops through obstacles which are in a sense repetitive but which make sense in terms of the story line. I like the fragmented object games which take me back to the beautiful old Blue Tea games. As many note, the live acting in the cut scenes is right and strong. In general not only is this a triumph as a game made by an "indie" studio , it is by any standard a success and perhaps even a landmark in the genre. I would wish big fish had given it a fuller launch and allowed more players to be immediately aware of this game.But what we might surely hope for, is release here of the CE of this game. I for one will be in line to buy and play it again. This is such an attentively made game and anyone who plays a lot of games looking for special ones soon realizes that attention is more important by far than the size and resources of the studio.To some extent I am afraid there is that problem that good game= attentively made = time expended. But hoping for more like this as soon as possible. . Gratitude for this year-end gift! December 30, 2015
Hopefully, The Last Dream won't be The Last Game Hoo-rah! Back to the old days, with challenging puzzles, great HOPs, lovely story and logical transitions. Ben and his wife Elizabeth were in a car accident and she comes to him in dreams, trying to lure him back to her. The story isn't at all sappy, but you really begin to care about the characters. This game is not at all like the "phoned it in" games we see so much of. It's much, much more and a pleasure to play. December 29, 2015
At last something worthwhile Great game! Vivid, beautiful with a very romantic story. I just don't understand why is it not a CE! Music is nice, voiceovers are helpful and the CAT is super cute!!! December 16, 2015
Great Story It's been a while since a game surprised me - and this one did. It's a bit old school, no map, no custom settings, slightly archaic graphics. On the other hand, the mini games are well distributed and are not the same 5 mini games you play in every other HOG. A few too many cinematics, (and a bit too long), but the voiceovers are good and the story's worth telling. For a change. December 16, 2015
Follow Your Dreams Wow, it has been a long time since a game like this has crossed our paths!! I loved its originality, the presentation and execution in my opinion were superb. It was easy to become totally absorbed in every aspect while awaiting the final outcome. I was most impressed with the fact that there was very little hand holding, you are required to think more about what to do next and at times even think outside the box in trying to figure out what you were being asked to do. There was definitely lots of challenges so if that's what you are looking for you will love this game! The hidden object scenes were very interactive and sometimes even a bit difficult. Puzzles unique and really made you think!!! No easy solving there. Your little cat buddy is cute and even a little comical when he shakes his head 'no' when you ask him to do something that isn't what he's to do. There were achievements and collectibles which isn't the norm for SE games but again a nice extra. I liked the real person aspect being mixed in with the rest of the graphics, it seemed to bring the story more to life. I could go on & on about all the things I liked in this game but I think you should just check it out for yourself cuz I think you're in for a real treat! December 17, 2015
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