Daymare

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40.6 KB
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3.75 / 5.00
(2 Reviews)
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27 / 35
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Submitted By
B. David
Date
21 years, 2 months ago (Apr 09, 2003)
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On this game you play as some idiot going through a plotless game. Don't get me wrong. The prgramming and the graphics are awesome, but without a reason to run through dungeons mindlessly doesn't get to me. But the game IS fun. The game is very challenging mostly when you get to the Icy Dungeon.

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3.50 / 5.00
Submitted By
J. Stopard
Date
21 years, 8 months ago (Sep 23, 2002)
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There are probably only about 80 decent games out of the total 1500 here at Z2, and Daymare is one of them. Although the game lacks any coherent plot, it makes up for this fact by having superb (possibly the best I’ve seen) graphics and design. I can’t help but feel a subliminal aura of a sinister and trippy nature. This game is absolutely dark. Children, if you have problems with nightmares, leave now.

The programming is somewhat finicky, but still easy to read. All the usual engines are there, the main one being the anti-cheat program which is needed to stop newbies from cheating. Bah, what was the maker of ZZT thinking?

Graphics: 4 Design: 4 Plot: 2 Aura: 4 Programming: 4 Characters: 4 Spelling: 4

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4.00 / 5.00

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