by randr

Test weekly Challenge

September 11, 2017 in Weekly Challenge

Test weekly Challenge 9-11-17 to 9-18-17

by randr

Pinball Magic (Capcom 1995) Easter Eggs and Cows

February 3, 2017 in posts

Pinball Magic (Capcom 1995) Easter Eggs and Cows

Got this from VPB member Alan and we can add more if people want.

Nice to have these tricks to impress the kids!

by randr

October 13, 2016 in posts

Untitled-1Seems things have been running very well around here lately!

I have now added ability for members to Blog! you can blog about anything its your blog so give it a try and be creative!


by randr

Games you need to try

August 3, 2016 in posts


The dream machine

I have been playing this game for a while, mostly waiting for updates/levels but my wife and i play it together and just think its a blast!

Try it out you will be surprised!

The Dream Machine is an episodic point-and-click adventure video game developed and published by Cockroach Inc. (Anders Gustafsson and Erik Zaring) The story of the game is about dreams and voyeurism.[3] The game is built by hand, using materials such as clay and cardboard. The game consists of six chapters, the first five released between December 2010 and November 2014, the last not released as of 2016. The game is available on Windows and Mac OS X.

In The Dream Machine the player takes control of the protagonist Victor Neff. The player has to solve puzzles and collect items that can help overcome obstacles in the game.

[icon] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (November 2015)
The protagonist is Victor Neff, a young newlywed who has just moved into a new apartment with his wife. While trying to get settled they stumble upon the strange secret of the building and its owner, which starts Victor on a journey through several human minds. The story is split up into six individual chapters, each chapter featuring a visit to at least one dream-world.

The Dream Machine is developed by Cockroach Inc., which is a two-man independent game studio run by Anders Gustafsson and Erik Zaring. The game was made in Adobe Flash. The game was financed by Cockroach Inc. doing other freelance projects and donations.

The Dream Machine’s first two chapters were well received on release; on the critic aggregate sites GameRankings it received an average score of 81.50%[4] and on Metacritic an average score of 76.[5]


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