An ordinary everyman named Eugene, dragged by coincidence and circumstance from a life of mundane menial tasks into a baffling world of sudden, inexplicable murder, hidden conspiracy and unrelentingly lethal robots with nasty sharp pincers and lasers coming out of everywhere.Read full description
An authoritarian state pacifying the masses with propaganda.
A brutal police force that shoots first then shoots some more.
An ordinary everyman named Eugene, dragged by coincidence and circumstance from a life of mundane menial tasks into a baffling world of sudden, inexplicable murder, hidden conspiracy and unrelentingly lethal robots with nasty sharp pincers and lasers coming out of everywhere.
Depicted in a distinctive Cyrillic pixel art style the cyberpunk city crackles with tech-noir intrigue and neo-digital deceptions. Using every tool at your disposal help Eugene to unpick the knot of mystery that he has become enmeshed within ñ your equilibrium will be rocked as you point and click a path through this briar patch of tangled meaning and unexpected quixotic quirks.
Will Eugene make sense of the conundrum that unfolds before him, learn who is an ally or a foe and collect lots of vinyl records for his listening pleasure? He'll race rapid hover bikes to earn sub-cultural respect, rub shoulders with high society in a post-modern nightclub, hack the brains of pursuing drone cops in thrill-packed chase sequences, strive to survive tense shootouts with merciless law enforcers and enjoy some 8-bit cowboy coin-op action in a dingy dive bar with a broken toilet.
Dreambreak is not the average arcade action game. This game looks more like a compilation of mechanics and ideas than a developed concept itself. It is as if the developers gathered in a room, brainstormed and decided that all of the ideas that came out of their minds were good, and none of them were refused. Thus, what we have is a game that doesn't focus in a concrete gameplay mechanics and throw all that it has at your face. Yes, Dreambreak is a chaotic experience and you probably will not know what to think about it. Some will love it, some will totally hate it. In all this chaos the only thing clear enough is that it is fun, which is more than many other titles can say. I had a great time in this madness, and that is more than enough.
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