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Dream Day: First Home

Dream Day: First Home (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Casual
Developer: Oberon Media

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01/??/2008

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Dream Day: First Home review

Reviewed February 18, 2008

Jason Venter says: "Dream Day: First Home is actually quite simple in design. The bulk of the game plays like someone ripped a page out of an old issue of “Highlights for Children” magazine and made it interactive. Stages provide a series of pictures—lovingly rendered scenes taken from a 'first home' and local supply shops so that they fit the overall theme—and from there you have to find items from a list before the timer expires."
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