Bad Dream: Coma is a dark, disturbing, point-and-click adventure game from independent Polish studio Desert Fox. The title is available now on multiple platforms, including Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and STEAM. Sweet! We love a good indie horror game! What’s it all about?
Check out the trailer below, then read on for the details!
From The Bad Dream: Coma Press Release
Bad Dream: Coma, one of the most intriguing indie horror games of recent years, hit Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on April 20th. It’s a point-and-click adventure game distinguished by its dark and disturbing atmosphere, a nightmarish setting and a non- linear story with numerous choices. Previously, the title was very positively received on PC and Nintendo Switch.
Bad Dream: Coma is a game developed by the independent Polish studio Desert Fox. It will be published on Xbox One by Ultimate Games S.A. As part of backward compatibility, the title will also be available on the Xbox Series X/S.
This independent horror game, based on mechanics known from point-and-click adventures, was very well received upon its release on PC and Nintendo Switch. In the case of the first version, the percentage of positive player reviews on Steam is currently as high as 91 percent (1.2 thousand reviews), and the Metascore rating is at 79/100 points.
In Bad Dream: Coma players can count on, among others, a minimalistic graphics style and an original soundtrack. The reality of nightmares is deepened by the surreal, very disturbing atmosphere. Choices play a key role in the game, because in a Desert Fox game even the smallest decision can have a direct impact on the development of the story.
- Highly atmospheric world created with simple yet beautiful graphic design, and carefully selected sounds
- Non-linear gameplay with high replayability
- Hidden content for curious players
- Original soundtrack
Looks like fun! I’m really digging the art style and the music. Solid reviews, too! Definitely worth a look.
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