Interactive Dream Journal & Diary
Awkward Dimensions Redux is a personal game made by Steven Harmon. The game focuses on getting to understand another person through an interpretation of their dreams, thoughts, fears, desires, and past work. Lasts 20 minutes to an hour with less traditional interaction. It’s a game about conversing with roosters, disembodied legs, standardized tests, immature jokes, relationships, art, espionage, and a teenager coming to terms with life and growing up.
Release Date: 26 July, 2016
Developer: Steven Harmon Games
Publisher: Steven Harmon Games
Genre: Adventure, Free, Indie
Awkward Dimensions Redux
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10 64
- A multitude of doors
- FMV segments
- Diverse dreamscapes
- Fantastic soundtrack with music from Clawfoot Slumber, Halina Heron, American Grandma, Pablo Garduno, Dong Lee, Steven Hamon, and Franz Liszt
Awkward Dimensions Redux Trailer
Awkward Dimensions Redux Review:
Awkward Dimensions Redux is a short, yet a gorgeous game that really does put you in to a dream-like universe. The game is enjoyably bizarre and abstract, and it will most likely not appeal to analytical minds but rather those with a creative brain wave. It will take you through a spiral of emotions, whether it be fear, laughter, sadness, confusion. The game is a collection of mini-levels, all with unique designs and mechanics. You'll never really understand what you're looking for, or what your goal is, that is until you find it. Basically if you want to spend one sitting playing a game that can glimpse into the darker parts of depression and hopelessness it can make you feel, try it out. A very interesting look into the mind of a stressed person. Well done.