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Jul 25, 2007 | 3:03 PM EDT
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DayMare Town - can you escape the nightmare of the day?



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 3, 2014

Very good in art and challenging for the eyes. I needed to stop a while to think that i actually NEEDED to find all the crows in order to escape, but otherwise, it is a very good game and i can tell it had a lot of work put into it! Now, im going to play the next one!


Rated 3 / 5 stars January 10, 2014

would have rated higher if it wasn't such a pixel hunt. while the puzzles were fun and challenging I was able to figure them out without need of a walkthrough but I had to look up which screen some items were on, if only because I was losing patience running my mouse over the screen, screen after screen, and it was taking the fun away from the game.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars November 5, 2013

ATTENTION: Being pretty doesn't absolve you of having a poor personality. The same goes for point n click adventure games. Just because the artwork is fantastic (which it was) doesn't get you off the hook for bad storytelling. I had no idea how to solve certain puzzles or what items combined until halfway through a mad session of pixel clicking. Hopefully your other games improve upon this basic concept.

Oh, and "secret puzzle"? The whole game was a secret puzzle, bro.


Rated 3 / 5 stars October 2, 2013

Although I feel the review below me has an insultingly low rating, the comments make some good points. The game screen is far too small, no fullscreen mode, and it doesn't let you resize with the browser. The only way to make it bigger is to use the screen magnifier tool, which enlarges the pixels. Coupled with almost impossible to find objects (find a piece of string in a world full of lines???), does make this game more frustrating than it's fun.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2013

A point and click game with microscopic dots and meaningless scribbles. Maybe if this was played on a 60 inch screen while wearing special glasses, or maybe if the drawings had a miniscule amount of detail, this would not be such a frustrating and stressful waste of time.