Review: Lucid Dream Adventure – Story Point And Click Game
April 1st, 2019
Nominated to Indie Prize Award and Pixel Heaven Award
Four free chapters, full of mini-games and escape rooms
Full of symbols and devious characters
Addictive story mode
Countless secrets, hidden artifacts
Each chapter with its own soundtrack - great music
Easy controls - designed for pocket / mobile devices
Different challenges to complete
Amazing animations and HD graphics
Lucid Dream Adventure is a free point-and-click adventure game with riddles, bizarre plot twists, and puzzle games. The plot is full of dark intrigue and dream interpretation symbolism. This thriller will take you on a journey through a colorful dream universe.
Dali Games has published a gem of a game named “Lucid Dream Adventure,” which is one of the top tier games in the puzzle adventure genre, with over 1 million downloads, and is Dali Games’ most highly rated game, released on April 1, 2019.
In Lucid Dream Adventure Lucy is the main character, a young girl who embarks on an adventure through the terrifying labyrinth of her dreams. To battle for her dying mother, she must mature into an adult. Check to see if her karma is going to be nice to her. This epic fairytale will take her on a journey through a vibrant world of fate. Little Lucy will meet a terrifying spirit, the king of the magical forest, Mr. Moon, a Watchmaker of Light, Mr. Beaver, creepy psychiatrist Dr. Frank, and a slew of other amusing characters during her quest.
Amazing game with wonderful colors and visuals and an immersive plot. It’s well worth the few dollars for such a gorgeously drawn universe. We are hoping that the makers of Dali Games will create a third installment of this game. You can also pick whether to follow the tutorial or figure things out on your own at the start. The puzzle game is also a lot of fun to play, which is great. The game is straightforward, unique, and engrossing with a mouse pointer interface that makes the game controls simple to use. The riddles were just complex enough to retain our attention, but not so severe that we felt stuck. This incredible adventure is highly recommended by us to anyone who wants to stretch their imagination and engage their creative thinking. The only thing we didn’t enjoy about this game was the rushed ending in the last chapter, which requires you to pay to complete the plot. Hopefully, game makers will continue to produce high-quality games in the future.