Dreams are remarkable. Scientists still can't explain what happens when people dream, why we have them or why people see them. There's also pretty convincing evidence that mammals and birds also dream. The shaman, medicine men and wise sages of various cultures around the world believe that dreaming is a trance-like state of being, during which a person feels both connected and at one with the universe. They believe, that in this particular state it is possible to discover secrets from beyond: How the universe works or see fragments of the past or future. Normally after waking, the average person can't remember what they dreamed about or merely have a vague recollection of a surreal scene or a few cloudy snippets of what happened.
The main character in Dream Sleuth, Catherine, always had normal dreams. That is until one day that she saw one that was remarkably real. A dream that featured a little girl that went missing and the police couldn't find. The dream was so clear that she decided to start her one investigation to find the missing girl. She interviews people that knew the missing girl and sifts through facts and rumors, but she finds the most important clues and information in her dreams.
Dream Sleuth is the first game in NevoSoft's new Book of Mystery series - great narratives that combine adventure stories with hidden object levels and mini-games.
We don't recommend playing this game at night. It might cause you to have weird dreams.
- Unique script: Interesting story line with great characters.
- More than just hidden objects - find the clues, solve puzzles, play mini-games to unlock the adventure.
- Good mix of puzzles and mini-games.
- Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
- CPU: Pentium III 600 MHz
- RAM: 512MB RAM
- DirectX: 8.1