Dreamed Away Kickstarter launches for the action adventure RPG game with a Demo for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Special thanks to the skilled developer, Nicolas Petton, for his exceptional work. The crowdfunding campaign is now live.
Dreamed Away, a fascinating new project, has just launched a Kickstarter campaign. Due to raising $21,616 USD (20,000€) by February 29th, 2024. It’s the brainchild of French developer Nicolas Petton and Pineapple Works, an indie publisher from Poland. It’s a pixel art action adventure RPG, and if you’re a fan of titles like Earthbound or Omori, this one’s due to hit the right notes.
The setting takes us back to France in the 90s, and you step into the shoes of Théo, a young boy. But this is no ordinary adventure. Théo finds himself in a shadowy, dream-like realm after waking up to discover his family missing. The story unfolds in a world filled with eerie entities like Ghosts, Phantoms, and Revenants, as Théo searches through catacombs and other ominous locales, always chasing after his sister Louise but never quite catching her.
Dreamed Away Kickstarter Trailer
- The visuals, with aesthetic pixel art that vividly captures both the vibrant and the sinister.
- The story is deep, pulling you deep into a mystery that’s as engaging as it is haunting.
- Combat is a unique blend, mixing turn-based strategy with bullet dodging and time-based QTEs. Dreamed Away is fast-paced and keeps you on your toes, and with your Kickstarter support, more enemies.
- Expect a range of unique abilities and gear to help you navigate this strange world.
- The title cleverly intertwines psychological horror elements, adding more depth and intensity to the experience.
- The color and settings design shift beautifully from peaceful to mysterious, enhancing the game’s atmosphere.
- And let’s not forget the original soundtrack by Nicolas Petton himself, which is due to add depth.
There are no random encounters in the game to disrupt your flow.
So, for those who like a good RPG with a twist, support the crowdfunding campaign.