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About the Story

During the last days of his life, a famous writer Edgar Allan Poe, is dreaming the same dream the night after night. This dream, full of colours and different views, looks more happier than Poe's dark stories and poems. Yet it is full of silently screaming pain.

Poe is frustrated. That strange dream drains his inspiration away and fill his texts with sunflowers and vivid colors. This is not his dream, not from his imagination.

And is he alone in that dream...?

Game Details

First Publication Date: May 3, 2013
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: quest
IFID: F2FB6885-75E8-4AB5-AB16-9EFAA7D0DA86
TUID: noumiqkyh206i1wv


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Almost 4 stars, January 28, 2015
by Simon Deimel (Germany)

It is a nice story in the tradition of Edgar Allen Poe, featuring motives of his works and mixing them up with the visual works of Vincent van Gogh (both of which are characters in the play). The story has some branches, and it is worth to experience every possibility. Unfortunately the main branch seems to relate to an element which, depending on the choices before, may not have taken place, so there is an illogic moment. But nevermind. The prose is skilled and reminiscent of Poe. The dreamlike atmosphere is well put in scene.
I recommend this to friends of Edgar Allen Poe's works -- if you are familiar with his works, you will rediscover his tone and trains of thought.

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