Dreams gameplay video shows the potential of imagination

Media Molecule came to Paris Games Week to show more about its upcoming world-creator, Dreams, showing off just what players can craft with their imagination.


Media Molecule continues its quest to tackle all things adorable, as well as unconventional, by offering a live demo of its upcoming creation game, Dreams. Shown off during the Paris Games Week event from PlayStation, Dreams reveals some incredibly strange imagery.

For this demo, the player controlled a teddy bear-like character, wandering around a twisted dream world. Off-the-wall Wonderland-esque ideas helped the player move forward, as they encounter strange characters, like a gigantic, ill-proportioned mouse. While this illustrated the adventure game potential, Dreams is a game without boundaries, which is meant to allow the player to create worlds from their imagination. That's a good reason why the demo ended with dancing pieces of cake.

Dreams is set to go into beta in 2016. For more, check out the video below.

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