This was a really beautiful and calming game :D It's going to be my personal head canon that the child grows up visiting the Dreamweaver every so often <3
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
"I am the Dreamweaver. It is my occupation, my title and my name."
"It is my very existence."
"A child's footsteps echo through the vast hallways of dreams."
Curious and playful, as only a child can be, the little girl ventures into a vast chamber, where she meets a man of smoke and stardust.
Art, script and code: TheRatPrince (formerly ThePirate)
The Dreamweaver is a short kinetic visual novel featuring animated sprites and backgrounds.
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A really beautiful and relaxing game. We enjoyed it very much.
Here is a short video we made while playing:Keep up the good work!!!
I admit, the peculiar and charming artwork drew me in almost immediately. The background music is really nice and calming. I would've loved if it was just a bit longer so I can find out if she remembered. All in all, an enchanting playthrough.
Ah.... this is pure dazzling experience, just hope that the goldilock remember it :')
This game was really beautiful. The art was well done and the story was interesting. I thought that when Dreamweaver was given a name it would have been clever to name him Ash, since he rised from smoke and his clothing was a mixe of gray and white :).
Can I just say I love the music... and the backgrounds (those candelabras omg -drools- ...ahem). The atmosphere was really lovely. His- his spinning wheel and- and his outfit and... I'm really geeking out over the art... you're so talented. My one complaint was the bolded font on the names- it didn't quite fit with the rest, but... I'm really just nitpicking now xD The font was also a bit hard to read at times, but it was so pretty and fit so well I wouldn't say change it.
Kali's poses were adorable, and the whole thing was just very sweet. Great job!
Thanks a lot, I'm glad you liked it. And the font, god, I know, it was either leave it this way and have it fit perfectly but be a bit difficult, or change it to Georgia, which would've made it easy to read, but take a lot out of the feel. After some friends insisting this was better though, I've decided to leave it, hope it wasn't too much of a bother. :"D