Labyrinthine Dreams is a short puzzle game about overcoming the scars of the past and following the right path, even in the face of overwhelming challenges.
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Very Positive (205 reviews) - 81% of the 205 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 26, 2015

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“Labyrinthine Dreams is a quality game. Short but sweet, it won’t take up too much of your day, and it’s nice to see developers try something different. This is definitely one to try for anyone who enjoys a good maze, or prefers a more human-experience sort of story.”
Jayisgames

“The puzzle design throughout Labyrinthine Dreams is consistently challenging…and enough variation for it to not become old.”
Indie Statik

“Definitely a game worth getting your hands on…. concise and enjoyable.”
Pandemonium

About This Game


Labyrinthine Dreams is a short puzzle game about Beth, a young woman who is standing at Death’s Door. After a traumatic childhood and a tough entry into the world of adulthood, she was just starting to take control of her life. However, she is now up against an insidious enemy who threatens to take everything away from her. During what may be her final hours, Beth wanders through important moments in her life while also staying a few steps ahead of the monster who won’t rest until she is no more.


Mazes in dreams are said to symbolize the dreamer’s feeling of “being trapped.” As Beth tries to find meaning and strength in her life, players must guide her through a variety of mazes, each with its own twist. The most challenging sections are reserved for confrontations with the monster, who must be outmaneuvered and outwitted to proceed.


Features
  • A unique and emotionally powerful story with vivid characters and potent real-world themes.
  • A variety of mazes which challenge players while complementing the narrative.
  • Gorgeous artwork that brings the surreal world of Beth’s unconscious to life.
  • A captivating original score from Joel Steudler.
  • Voice acting that drives home the story’s emotion.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz equivalent or faster processor
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024x768 or better video resolution in High Color mode
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Very Positive (205 reviews)
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Minathri
( 7.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 21
A very fun, relaxing puzzle/maze game with story parts keeping up with the puzzles! Challenging if you don't pay attention to the rules, however, so no skipping dialogue and zipping ahead! Well, still a challenge in places, but in a fun way, not a "zomg, I've headbutted a hole in my wall!" kind of way, like if you ignore the rules instructions.

This is a short but enjoyable maze-puzzle game with trading cards and 7 semi-easy achievements. It needs at least 2 playthroughs, with the first to map mazes with resets, and 1 playthrough for the no-resets cheevo... or just stare at the pictures-provided guides right here on Steam to do it all in 1 playthrough =^_^= (found the guide after mapping several mazes T_T ).

If you like maze-puzzles, want a good game for trading cards, or just another game to 100%, this is your game right here!
This game is also good from a story view point, as it chronicles key points in the main character's (Beth's) life.
WARNING: If you cry easily, make sure to have a box of tissues nearby, because the story is definitely sad (if you couldn't guess from the "About" section of the store page).

Lastly, a small sidenote: Usually I don't buy game soundtracks on Steam, but am considering it for this game: The music in this game is simple, but hauntingly good, and enhances the sob potential in the storyline (at least for me). No tinny 8-bit music or rock & roll, but soft, haunting (yes, I know I already used that word, but it IS!) melodies that have a noticeably decent quality unusual for most cheap games.

I saw the news post on Labyrinthine Dreams' price reduction from whatever it was before (I think $4.99?) to encourage people to not abuse Steam's refund policy, but I would have paid that and then some just for the music, the mazes/gameplay, or the story alone (even better, Steam Trading Cards for Badges!). All 3, combined with beautiful artwork, makes for a masterpiece equal to or maybe better in some areas than many big-name SNES games (and we know how much money THOSE were, even back in the day!). I remember paying much more than that for Myst for my PC when it first came out, and accidentally beat THAT game in less than 10 minutes! As a kid!

This game is definitely a wonderful addition to any game library, especially for the (imo way too low) current price tag, and if you normally play games on mute, you'll want to unmute your computer for this game.
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Appelsina
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
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For a short game I really loved it! I'm no good at puzzles (that or my brain was just fried from life) so it took me longer than expected, but if you have an hour or two to spare, I'd definitely reccommend this game!
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{HxT} TreeTrunk
( 5.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
Puzzle game with an involving story of how a girl overcomes her demons.
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SkyNET [Philanthrophy]
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
Great artwork.
Cute story.
Good gamplay.

I can only recommend it!
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cS | Mäxm
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
This game is based on puzzles, which are based on the story told in between the puzzles.
I actually didn't give that much attention to the story but these cut scenes after every second puzzle gave me the needed atmosphere for the game.

The game is not long. It's beatable in like 2-3 hours.

Considering the fact that the game only costs a few dollars, it is really well made in my opinion.

Conclusion:
Good game if you like puzzles and want to try less popular games.
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Iyamtebist
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 16
The story is one that is attempting to be artistic, but basically comes down to a "tell don't show" approach and does not give us enough info about either of our characters for anyone to really care about them. The puzzles are mostly trial and error based and overly convoluted to the point where most people will just look up a guide, which completely defeats the point of the game. Pretty much the only good thing about this game is the aesthetic, and one can purchase the soundtrack separately, which I'd recommend more than the game itself.
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NiteSwordsman
( 1.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 11
This is what an indie game should be. A nice story with feels. So nice I bought it twice. If you wanna kill an hour or two or are wondering what to play next, go no further. Had a few interesting puzzle mechanics that I really enjoyed.
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Hannie Bananie
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 9
This game wasn't really my favorite. It wasn't bad by any means, but the puzzles could be a little frustrating at times and the story wasn't engaging enough to make up for the frustrating elements of the game. If you really like puzzle games, then it might still be worth a try, but otherwise, this probably isn't a game you'll enjoy much.
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Deathspark
( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 9
This game is short, but a very good game. It's a puzzle game, so prepare to be mind boggled. But the fact is, this is a very beautiful and it has a very excellent story within this game aside from it's proper voice acting. I expected nothing at first, but after going through this game from start to finish, I can feel how artists feel and I can enjoy this game to it's fullest because I was inspired and was smiling all the way as I understood the characters and was wanting more even after the whole game ended.

In the end, I gave it a 10/10, if only this game was longer, I would've sat down even if it's another hours just to enjoy this game.
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NotTheRealTim
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 8
It is an alright game if you get it cheap. It is a bit frustrating at times, but all in all, it is pretty good. The story is interesting although somewhat abrupt. If you have nothing better to do, give it a shot.
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Janos Biro
( 2.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
Had some trouble setting the screen. Alt-Enter did it.

This game is nothing like I expected. Is so much better! Puzzles are enjoyable, Story is emotive. Voice acting is great. I would like more games like this.
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İrem
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: March 31
Voice acting is a very good idea! I like it. It's pretty good game.
(The forest puzzles was so hard for me Q_Q)
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Red Pool
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 26
didn't play it just farmed for cards lol thanks k bye
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E. A. Benson
( 9.0 hrs on record )
Posted: March 20
I found this game to be pretty challenging and fun. I liked the large amount of puzzles. It really made me think!
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GlowD25
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 12
Really not much to say short game beautiful story easy but interesting puzzles and you cant say anything about the price i only have to say that its a great game with an awsome sountrack.
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Maxz92
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 8
This game, although somewhat short, is really good and has a great story.
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gay and here come dat boi
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 7
A good game with an... interesting challenge.
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columbine
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: February 24
I bought this game very, very cheaply. Half off its already low price. Steam coupon. Cheaply enough that I figured if it turned out to be a waste of my time, I wouldn't be out a lot of money.

You'll notice that my time played on the game is quite short. How about that.

I like puzzles. I play a lot of games with ACTUAL puzzles. But mazes aren't puzzles as far as I'm concerned; there is no brain involved. Here, they've tried to add a little brain by making each set of mazes have a different rule which they don't tell you. Or maybe they try to tell you. I THINK the game was trying to tell me the "rule" of the forest maze, but did so in such bad English that it took me three screens to realize the actual rule: In the forest, you can't turn left or back up. That's it.

So then I went and looked at some walkthroughs and realized the rest of the game was just more mazes, with a rule change every four maps or so, plus a story which, frankly, seems pretty obvious just from the first few panels of dialogue and the unsubtle clues in the maps (really, IV stands scattered all over the woods, that's the best you can do?). Yeah, yeah, dying, hallucinating, in the hospital, replaying life, trying to figure out whether to go on, monsters from the brain - I've seen that before, seen it done better.

Oh, well. That's why I buy 'em cheap.

If you're really dying to see how this story comes out (ha, ha) go watch a walkthrough. Even at the tiny price this isn't worth it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 3
Puzzle game with an involving story of how a girl overcomes her demons.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 30
This game is based on puzzles, which are based on the story told in between the puzzles.
I actually didn't give that much attention to the story but these cut scenes after every second puzzle gave me the needed atmosphere for the game.

The game is not long. It's beatable in like 2-3 hours.

Considering the fact that the game only costs a few dollars, it is really well made in my opinion.

Conclusion:
Good game if you like puzzles and want to try less popular games.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 9
This game wasn't really my favorite. It wasn't bad by any means, but the puzzles could be a little frustrating at times and the story wasn't engaging enough to make up for the frustrating elements of the game. If you really like puzzle games, then it might still be worth a try, but otherwise, this probably isn't a game you'll enjoy much.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 12
Really not much to say short game beautiful story easy but interesting puzzles and you cant say anything about the price i only have to say that its a great game with an awsome sountrack.
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11 of 12 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 28, 2015
As Beth you are left between life and death, you end up in a sort of limbo and must navigate mazes while you reflect on your life and try to escape a monster that seems bent on getting you.
Labyrinthine Dreams is a pretty simple game dealing with life hardships and how the choices we make affect our lives: its gameplay is quite basic, as is the story, making it a decent game for those who enjoy these kind of puzzles.

PROS:

-decent story

-while very cliched Beth is a good character and it's easy to relate to her thoughts

-the mazes are fairly interesting and challenging

-good soundtrack

-it's fully voice acted, a true rarity for RPGMaker games

CONS:

-the gameplay is very simple and boils down to solving a maze/ puzzle followed by a cutscenes, there's very little variety in it

-the narrative is a bit ham-fisted with lines that are a bit too blunt and cliched

-while the voice actors are decent the actual sound recording can be a bit off or noisy at times

-pretty short, expect around an hour to an hour and a half

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=564775105

Labyrinthine Dreams was an ok game, while it doesn't do anything particularly well it also has no major problems. The story is quite simple and sadly somewhat marred by a narrative that lacks finesse in dealing with its subject matter, you can expect some pretty obvious lines dealing with depression or being stuck in life. The gameplay is decent with mazes you must navigate with limitations on your movement (e.g. can't turn left), other places where you must clear all tiles touching them only once or have to outmaneuver a monster that follows certain movesets.

If you like these kind of puzzles and are ok with its simple story then Labyrinthine Dreams is a decent choice considering it's fairly priced for what it does even when not on sale.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2015
An A++ Game! Grandma Gamer here, I finished it in 3 hours with all achievies after just 2 playthroughs. But, the storyline is really something else. It is definitely poignantly arresting, in that it deals with serious issues like loss of health, dreams, family obligations, and whether our future is set in stone from the time we make those first adult choices after High School. Without spoiling the story, I think the most meaningful moments were the sky puzzle, realizing that my days were disappearing as I took each step... I was using time up, so to speak. And, the game is full of such metaphors. You won't just play this game. You will live it. And, you won't forget it.

*Unfortunately, now I will have to idle the game for card drops, since I finished it before any dropped.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 8, 2015
This game is very short and sweet, it has an excellent story that is very deep and thought provoking. the gameplay consists of relativly easy puzzles. the voice acting is pretty good and is what helps tie the game together. the worst part of the game has to be its very short completion time and the fact that there's no replay value.

In short, if you like good stories that will last roughly 2 hours then this is a good game that i can reccomend, if you want anything other than a story then i'm afraid you've come to the wrong place.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2015
Labyrinthine Dreams is an awesome game! It possesses a story rich in emotion and the puzzles are intuitive and have interesting twists. In addition, the game is not expensive. I would have bought Labyrinthine Dreams even without the permanent 60% price drop. Sadly to say, the audio was not loud enough. But it could just be a problem with my computer.

Pros-
Rich in Story
Puzzles with different controls
Good Price

Cons-
Audio not loud and clear (It could be a problem with my computer.)
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 17, 2015
Those who may have experienced negative incidents in their lifes and (hopefully) have overcome them will find themselves in this game.

A charming game with puzzles to solve. These puzzles represent limitations in life. And of course, at first you will have to stay within your boundaries and will only solve the puzzles if you behave exactly according to the rules.

You will learn about a woman with a past that could have been happier. As the story goes on she recapitulates her life and the events that took place in it. By the way the story is told and with help of the tremendous voice actor you really get to know the feelings that are implied.

And in the end, when she seems to be in a hopeless situation, she finds the solution. For those who don't know it yet, a great lesson about life itself.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 9
Just played this game, was in my Library of games to play and finally just got around to it. Very well done, even though it is a short game, unless you get stuck by the puzzles. Which that is what I want to say about this game, I love puzzles and thinking/strategy games. The puzzles in this game aren't too hard but they are very well done to where you do have to sit and think on some of them and not just try to wing it. The voice acting was pretty decent as well and brought the game to life and helped to understand the feeling that was behind the story. The message of the story is well written and you get an inside view of someone going through problems in life and their struggle to overcome them instead of just giving in, and it's done in a way that many can relate too the character in the game even if the problems of the player are not exactly the same the character faces.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2015
Really cute game. Fun and interesting puzzles matched with supringly excellent voice acting makes this game very enjoyable to play!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2015
Love the puzzles.
great artwork too...
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 19, 2015
It`s realy good game. :D
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 3
So, in a nutshell, this game is a giant maze with certain directions you have to and can only go while the story is told to you.
Being this way, I couldn't really get into it or enjoy it, I enjoy games that have some kind of action in it.

Now, I would just like to say, that even though I didn't enjoy the game, it was intricate and the story was beautifully done, the voice actors played their parts well and the art is pretty fantastic.

Even though I don't/didn't like it, I am sure there are people that would play it and enjoy it more than I did.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
This is a game I highly recommend! People should play this game at least once.
It's a short puzzler game about this girl, Beth, and her journey into adulthood. There are a lot of positive things about this game I would like to note such as the switching up of the puzzle themes, the different challenges, but most of all I would like to tip my hat off to the writing, the music, and the message of the game. The writing was incredibly smart, filled with emotion, much like in other short games like To the Moon, but the voice acting gave so much life to the game. The music made the journey so much more mystical. When I was doing the mazes at first, I feared it would be one 3 tracks, but the music changed with the themes of the stages/levels. It filled the game, when there were no words to be spoken, with such emotion, elevating the experience. Without spoiling anything, while we fear History will repeat itself, we can learn and overcome the cycle by integrating changes into our lives. Beautifully designed, Beautifully executed, excellent storytelling.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 5
Fantastically beautiful game - one of those short and simple ones that you never forget. It told a story beautifully, and drew you into the character's experience with its creative use of puzzles. I thought the execution was perfect with how the puzzles helped to tell the story, and so it all blended together into one great gaming experience. It somewhat reminded me of To The Moon, so if you liked that one, you'll like this one.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 21, 2015
I think that this game could've ended up being slightly longer, but almost 2 hour gameplay is enough.

Puzzles are intuitive and story is well done. Combined with soundtrack joy from Labyrinthie Dreams is higher then I would've expected from this prize. Beth voice actress is really great. I won't be surprised if she is gonna do voices for 3xA games. I wouldn't mind if the game had higher prize & more content included in it. Evrything kinda reminds me "To The Moon" here.

PS: Resolution problem though... is an serious annoyance.
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54 of 58 people (93%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 12, 2015
There’s a part of me – the pessimistic critical part of me always lurking for a new victim to verbosely dismember – which feels compelled to scoff at Labyrinthine Dreams’ optimism and sentimentality. Something in my brain tells me that from a literary standpoint this saccharine monologue told within the dreams of a terminal cancer patient on her death-bed is shallow and driven primarily by the player’s emotions. But what I’ve come to find more and more lately as I’ve begun to take steps to break myself out of depression and hopefully come out the other side a happier person, is…I don’t care what that part of me says anymore.

Labyrinthine Dreams’ may lack nuance and come accompanied by some dreadful artwork (those facial expressions are the stuff of nightmares), but its sincerity and earnestness meant so much more to me than what questionable character designs or clichéd plot points could take away.

Perhaps it’s a tired tale; an expected narrative being directed at people like myself who see themselves so easily in the mundane lives of struggling artists forced to give up on their creative dreams under the weight of a socioeconomic machine. Maybe I’m just looking for reassurance that I’m not throwing my life away by not pursuing a more marketable degree and Labyrinthine Dreams is the relatable, consoling voice I’ve been longing to hear. But then, is that such a bad thing to want? Even if it’s at times trite, does that diminish Labyrinthine Dreams’ message of hope to those in need of it?

This isn’t a review. You’ve likely realized that by now. It’s not a critical interpretation of a work or even a basic bullet-pointed list of pros and cons. It is almost nothing, but in what few words I’ve found to describe my feelings toward Labyrinthine Dreams, I hope it’s clear that it connected to me in a very personal way. It wasn’t deep; I can’t describe it in thousands of words dripping in analogical prose and life stories; I find myself struggling to even write enough to feel as if it could serve as a legitimate recommendation.

All I can say is that Labyrinthine Dreams is honest. Honest about what it is, in its characters, even in its fantasies. It’s solemn and optimistic, that no matter how badly it could go wrong and how much everyone tells you you’re living in a dream, your life is worth more than a paycheck and losing the chance to do what you love. A few years ago I’d have rolled my eyes. Now, this simple positivity has come to mean something deeper to me, and I’m thankful every day that there are people who understand that sometimes all anyone needs is encouragement.

You can read more of my writing on Kritiqal.
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29 of 32 people (91%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 11, 2015
It seems like I've been choosing the games with the feels to play for a while. First Serena, then Cahors Sunset, and now Labyrinthine Dreams... This is starting to become a habit. I wouldn't like to seem like a tragedy junkie. I just wished to play an RPG maker game, and look what it has done to me: all teary eyed and big with the decision on Carpe Diem!

In Labyrinthine Dreams, our protagonist is Beth; a young woman who is crippled with anxiety, due to the timeless death of her father. In many ways, she is terrified that she may end up just like him. She is trying to deal with judgement, apathy and depression while recounting the events of her life from a dreamlike perspective. She travels within many dream fragments that symbolize both important moments of her life and her hopes, dreams and fears: namely her inner world. Within those dreams, she constantly tries to escapes from a monster, a dark creature that comes after her. For every step that Beth takes, the monster can take two. Is she doomed to end up in the grasp of her inner demon despite whatever she tries?

The gameplay is the marriage of a visual novel and a refreshing selection of movement puzzles. Puzzles are decent, and takes some time to figure all if you were not to use a guide. I'd like to add that, every detail that you come across, alongside with the nature of puzzles you solve, the game world is genuinely symbolic. You shouldn't expect a straight forward story consistency. The story works around the linear concept that you expect from an RPG maker game. For example: for the first puzzle that you come across - The Forest - you are not allowed to make left turns. It gave me the sense that Beth is forced to abide by the expectations of society: one way only. There should be millions of other paths that she could take to finish the labyrinth, but she is forced to use a single one. Beautifully thought!

There isn't much free will, but Beth's tale is so ordinary, so real and everyday; I found no problem on emphasizing myself with the character. The game asks the same question that we ask ourselves everyday: Will I make it? Will it be okay? Am I taking the right decision? Is it foolish to chase a dream? We all are afraid if we do not abide by the rules of the society, and work on a course of 'guaranteed future', we could end up wasting our life after a dream that we shall miss in the end. We all are a 'Beth' when a new day begins.

This is a very short game that you should spare the time to take a look at. At the end, I promise you, you'll feel better about whatever your life may hold for you. I know I feel better, and every Beth is a hero.

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99 of 151 people (66%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: May 24, 2014
Similar to Employment Quest, this is a one-hour RPGMaker game with a message. The puzzles are mostly standard types, although there is something reminiscent of DROD. If you want an RPGMaker game with a moving story, play To The Moon, and if you want tile-based puzzles, DROD would be a better choice. I think I enjoyed the style of Unemployment Quest a bit more, too - even though both games are basically linear, Unemployment quest let you explore a little whereas this is just puzzles-cutscene-puzzles-cutscene...
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