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Title: Yume Nikki Posted: March 31, 2009 (05:14 PM)
Just discovered Yume Nikki, a remarkably weird Japanese freeware game from a while back.
Impressed to find someone's already added it to the database!
With these freeware things, you can usually pick them up and have a quick bash, and immediately understand the concept and core mechanics of the whole thing. So I decided to launch this at midnight.
Fifteen minutes later, it's clear it's going to take a lot of time and thought to even scratch the surface of this bizarro adventure-RPG-artwork.
More to follow, doubtlessly.
User: EmP Title: Posted: March 31, 2009 (05:24 PM)
I have this one on my laptop, hence why I added it on ages ago and got one of my many lackys to add screens.
The game is wonderfully surreal. But the double-speed glitch is a must!
It's less a freeware game and more a RPG Maker release. A while back, I got a few fan made games thrown up on site and a couple of reviews followed.
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