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Jun 9, 2014 | 5:38 PM EDT
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    Nitrome Jam Nitrome-hosted game jam with the theme, "Dreams."


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Made in 5 days for the Nitrome Jam. Post-Jam Version

Play the Original:

A Kitty's dream.. wake up! Explore the vast expanse of the dream world within dreams.

Programming, Art, Design by: Ryan Carag

Music and Sound by: Bill Kiley

So what's different from the original?
- Changes to a secret's location (It's even harder to get). ^_^
* White area expanded.
- Added save point.
- Fix: Spawn bug
- Fix: Display correct amount of secrets found.
- Fix: Bed Bug.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I've found the Will-to-Jump in the game but now I cant go anywhere else ,I don't know what I supposed to do. The game is appealing with the music and the graphics are great. I'm stuck though.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

theres a huge water and now i cant go anywhere ;-;
but its good


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, I can definately say I liked it. However, I will admit that the complaint made about the block puzzles is rather truthful. Most people, myself included, wouldn't know about the "pass it and it counts" rule unless it was stated or shown in an earlier puzzle.

For the record- I only found the easiest secret to find. I figured there'd be a stronger jump or more powerful dash to cross the ocean, so if there's one over there, I'm not getting to it. But a fun little distraction of a game, I'd say.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sooooo cute I ♥ it so much... kitty dreams puurrr


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lovely game, none of the jumps felt unfair though some of them were challenging.

The world feels nice to explore and be in, and it isn't so convoluted that one gets lost.

It's rather misleading in the five-block puzzle that you only need the leftmost block to PASS the dotted line, not STOP there. That's not something most players will figure out on their own, as you've not set that up in the "rules" of the previous puzzles.

And I don't think I need to tell you that one of the secrets is somewhere that normal people won't ever find... I think you could be more reasonable or maybe hint at it somehow.

Anyway, I enjoyed myself.