Yet another RPG-maker game that focusses on storytelling rather than classic JRPG-Gameplay. Hence it is part of the game genre that is represented by To the moon and of which you can find games like Richard and Allice, A Bird Sorry or 199X.
I’d say that Labyrinthine Dreams can’t compare itself with those games. It doesn’t have the creative brilliance of To the Moon, neither the narrative depth of titles like 199x or Richard and Alice. But that doesn’t mean that it is not as good. It is just a bit different:
1) The gameplay is not build as much around exploring. The main gameplay consists of puzzles in the form of mazes with growing difficulty.
2) It is much shorter. Labyrinthine dreams can be described as one shot that focusses on a simple but moving and quite deep story that lasts for about an hour.
Labyrinthine dreams is not an unique outstanding Jewel in your Steam Library but is nevertheless a refreshing attempt to enlarge the genre of “RPG-Maker Stories”. 5€ for an one hour game is an harsh pricing, but it is worth it, at least when it is on sale, if you are into this kind of games.