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About[edit | edit source]
Dreamscaper is an ARPG Roguelite blending elements from brawlers, top-down shooters, and dungeon crawlers. Every slumber is a different dungeon in an ever-changing world with a multitude of unique events and challenges. Play as Cassidy, dive into her subconscious and take on the surreal nightmares she wrestles with in order to save her from a dark fate.
Features[edit | edit source]
- Lean into the nightmares and make the rush of permadeath your ally.
- Use lucid powers to manipulate the elements, warp space, and even control time itself.
- Battle bosses that embody Isolation, Fear, Negativity, Loss and more.
- Upgrade a multitude of surreal items and discover powerful artifacts.
- Live Cassidy's waking life and uncover the mystery of her story.
The Developers[edit | edit source]
Dreamscaper is developed by the independent Afterburner Studio, which are:
- Ian Cofino - Design, Animation, VFX, UI
- Robert Taylor - Engineering
- Paul Svoboda - Environment, Characters
- Dale North - Music
They are working from San Francisco, California and Canada.
Game support[edit | edit source]
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Official pages[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- "Dreamscape" also stands for "lucid dreaming".
- "Dreamscaper" (2016) - is also a belgian Sci-Fi short-film.
- There are two Sci-Fi movies with the title "Dreamscape" from 1984 and from 2007.
- "Dreamscape" is the title of various songs or albums by various artists
- "Dreamscape" is a progressive german metal band
- "Xiaolin Showdown" had an episode called "Dreamscape" (2004), "American Dragon: Jake Long" also titled an episode like that in 2006
- The mystery show "Fringe" had an episode in season one, which also was called "The Dreamscape"
- "Dreamscape" (2007) - is also the title of a play by Rickerby Hinds
- "Dreamscape" also is a plugin for Autodesk 3ds Max
- "Dreamscape" (2011) is a video game developed by Speedbump Studios for iOS devices
- Dreamscape is also the title of a 2D JRPG video game published by Degica 2015.
- Dreamscape boardgame and Boardgame on Kickstarter
- Various companies use the name.