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Dream World Pogie Revival

Hack of Dreamworld Pogie

Description:

This patch serves as an improvement for original game. There’s various changes done to make the game much more enjoyable and, more importantly, possible to finish. You can read more in Readme.txt

ROM / ISO Information:

  • CRC32: 2ace2f1b
  • MD5: 1ff02326c28e1d6efdc23846d6d0d749
  • SHA-1: 907564f256368d67d9ce6b361896e7d375ad7589

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Dizzy9Hacking

User Review Information

Didn't notice much difference

Reviewed By: drunkenjesus on 07 Oct 2014

I didn’t play the original prototype too much but from that to this I can’t really tell a whole lot of difference besides the music being fixed.

The main broken thing imo about the gameplay is if you hold the B button and press A you can zip around the level and go through things and fall off the screen. Games playable if you don’t hold the B but it’s a common habit of anybody that plays platformers.

Also the game froze in a light blue screen after the 2nd level? I thought their were 3 or 4 levels altogether.

Overall the author did a good job fixing the music but besides that their’s not really much to the original prototype so it’s not really worth playing with the this patch if you already tried the prototype.

Recommended - No

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommend
Didn't notice much differencedrunkenjesus07 Oct 2014N/ANo