Weird Dreams (Rainbird)

Weird Dreams (Rainbird)

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Title: Weird Dreams
Format: Commodore 64/128
Year: 1990
Media: rb-disk-small
Media size: 5.25 inch
Code: Delvin Sorrell
Graphics: Steve Hall
Music:
RRP: £
Range: Full Price
Label: Rainbird
Barcode: barcode-unknown
Production Group: Unknown
Production Number: Unknown
Title: Weird Dreams
Format: Commodore 64/128
Year: 1990
Media: rainbird-tape-small
Code: Delvin Sorrell
Graphics: Steve Hall
Music:
RRP: £
Range: Full Price
Label: Rainbird
Barcode: 5012439110057
Production Group: 11
Production Number: 5
Title: Weird Dreams
Format: Commodore Amiga
Year: 1990
Media: rb-disk-small
Media size: 3.5 inch
Code: James Hutchby
Graphics: Herman Serrano
Music: David Whitakker
RRP: £24.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Rainbird
Barcode: 5012439110118
Production Group: 11
Production Number: 11
Title: Weird Dreams
Format: IBM PC
Year: 1990
Media: rb-disk-small
Media size: 5.25 inch
Code:
Graphics:
Music:
RRP: £
Range: Full Price
Label: Rainbird
Barcode: 5012439110149
Production Group: 11
Production Number: 14
Title: Weird Dreams
Format: Atari ST
Year: 1990
Media: rb-disk-small rb-disk-small
Media size: 3.5 inch
Code: James Hutchby
Graphics: Herman Serrano
Music: David Whitakker
RRP: £24.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Rainbird
Barcode: 5012439110156
Production Group: 11
Production Number: 15
 

1 thought on “Weird Dreams (Rainbird)

  1. Gerry

    After having played the game on a friend’s Amiga I bought it for my Atari ST.

    It was really hard to play and I had to use the SOS-cheat using the [Help]-key to play through the game. I especially liked the pixalation effect which was shown while changing the scenes and my favorite enemy were the hungry football and the knife wielding girl.

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