No sound? Or is the browser based emulator just acting up?
Empire of Dreams
'The Empire of Dreams' is a (point-and-click) exploration game, where you get lost in a world inspired by the paintings of surrealist René Magritte.
You must choose a character to go and explore. Collect the tool items which you can use to recover 5 treasure items, so you can retrieve your favorite pipe and find your way home.
Every new game you start will have some objects distributes randomly to keep things interesting and every character has their own specific tool, already in their inventory.
- Includes music by the amazing Ember!
- Print you own cartridge label (pdf format)
- Game Boy Printer compatible: there are over 30 scenes that can be printed, if you connect to a Game Boy Printer (or via an emulator that supports this)
|ALT, Z, J
|CTRL, K, X
- The A-button activates the cursor.
Move it around until you hover over something important. It will change color and animate to indicate this.
- While the cursor is active, using the A-button will give you an options menu to let you select actions ('inspect', 'open/close',' take' and 'use tool')
- B lets you go back or cancel options
- START gives you a menu, which includes the Inventory, Saving and Quitting the game
The keyboard controls seen here, are for QWERTY, so yours may differ depending on the keyboard layout you use.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.49 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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There's no audio in this version, indeed. I have a couple of upgrades planned but sound is pretty low priority at the moment.
Good news! The new version I just added (2.0.1) has music in it :)
as a big fan of magritte i really love this!
Can you launch this game on google play?
Sorry, I have no plans to turn this into something for Android.
There are myriad GameBoy emulators on google play, you should be able to play this in any of them.
Great work! Really impressive translations of surrealist art despite the limitations of the format, looks lovely!