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Mar 30, 2010 | 1:30 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place March 31, 2010

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Welcome back to the Daymare Town. Can you escape the nightmare of a day?

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Cosmic-SingularityCosmic-Singularity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars 8 days ago

I liked this one a lot, I just wish the achievements could have been medals for this site. Also, the buying and trading was a bit bothersome, but I can see reason for experimentation on your part. I've officially played through all of the Daymare Town point-and-clicks! [Again, started with the 4th installment.] I really enjoy how each game has a sort of synergy with one another in that there are recurring characters and each game starts where the last left off, and of course, the art!



AlmightyKhuntAlmightyKhunt

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 5, 2014

Mute buttons did not work.

Another great sequel, however this one presented a few issues. Too many items, or red herrings as others like to call them. The ability to sell and re-purchase is an improvement on the last game's money system, however the ability to sell necessary quest items and needing to purchase them back for DOUBLE makes it easy to get yourself stuck and unable to progress and thus needing to start over. Buyback for exactly what you sold it for would solve the issue, though personally I prefer the way you addressed this in daymare 4, which I'll talk about in that game's review.

The other issue I feel this game had was a confusing map layout. Sudden changes in angle or direction (or at least that is what it seemed like) at crucial junctures served only to disorient and frustrate me.


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toxickat13toxickat13

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 24, 2014

Um, so I have played the game for many years and recently wanted to play again for nostalgia. I loaded up the game for the first time then played until I realised I sold an important item (Liquid pouch by the bed) so i'm so ocd and want to see how much money i can collect. so I reloaded the game and something happened... It was maybe glitched? I don't know it freaked me out. It would jump to random spots in the game very fast and i had no control. this has never happened to me. and in the top of the screen it said; "I am afraid". It made me flip the fuck out and I clicked to a new screen. I think i remember seeing that text before during the protagonist (I don't know the name.) was trying to leave or escape from the hospital; he sees like a line of people who are at the hospital and says "I am afraid." but still this has never happened to me. So i want to know if anyone else had seen the glitch or am i summoning a demon? I think i have been reading to many creepypastas. but let me know if this happened to anybody else. so i'm gonna try tomorrow to see if it works again right now i'm not up for this creepy shit.



777SetzerGabbiani777SetzerGabbiani

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 31, 2013

i absolutely love the series and your art stile is incredible. love the little characters that appear in more than one game, like the Librarian and that big flying dude. i look forward to the next installment!



KaremElKaremEl

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 31, 2013

Ok, so I haven't finished the game yet and I'm enjoying it so far BUT - I'm not crazy about all this text, and the hinting, the new cursor, the fact there's less music (at first?). Some of the surreal charm of the first games seems to be gone. The artwork is still great and I'm still a fan of your work, but less is definitely more when you're working in this kind of atmospheric medium. It's all about the anxiety, the dark humour and the intricate artwork for me - keep making your art!