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Dreamweb

Dreamweb is an adventure set in a dark, cyberpunk city. You play as Ryan who has strange, violent, dreams. A top down perspective and the sheer number of items your character can pick up are just two of the peculiarities of this game.
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Collector's corner:

Dreamweb's musical score, composed by Matthew Seldon, is highly regarded; the DOS-only CD version had an extra audio track.

The original game came packed with a booklet named Diary of a Mad man, written by Stephen Marley which has a far more layered and atmospheric 'prequel' story than the one in the game itself. The diary also supplies more background info on the main character (and served as a copy-protection method).

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Additional info

Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

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