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Submitted by Expack2 on 22. October 2012 - 15:54.
The DreamWeb beckons!
Dark, controversial, and engrossing, DreamWeb was an adventure game released in 1994 which cast you in the role of mad(?) man Ryan. Tasked with killing the seven evil ones who would destroy the DreamWeb, the only barrier between reality and darkness, you must solve fiendish puzzles, face life-or-death situations, and execute those who would dare corrupt the world - at least, that's how things start out....

Thanks to the development community behind ScummVM, this controversial classic is now freeware! You can get both the floppy and CD-ROM versions of the game, the game's documentation, and the latest version of ScummVM from ScummVM's own downloads site. You can also get DreamWeb right here on Abandonia - either the floppy version with documentation or, for registered members, the CD-ROM version from our ISO Cellar, courtesy of GTX2GvO and Ermuli!

posted by Expack2 // 22-10-2012 // permalink