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Sweet Dreams Alex is a wholesome puzzle and construction game

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Mixing together puzzles and room building, Sweet Dreams Alex is a rather wholesome idea for a game about keeping away nightmares and it's out now with Native Linux support.

The idea here is that Alex and her family have just moved into their new home. A big change, a bit scary but also exciting. You are Alex's dream builder, tasked with building various distractions using lots of different tools to delay her nightmares until the morning comes. The game comes with 250+ hand-crafted puzzles to begin with, plus the built-in editor gives you the ability to build and share your own with a simple import/export tool.

A rather peaceful puzzle game to chill with, featuring over 70 minutes of music from popular lofi artist edelwize.

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Good to see more family friendly puzzle games like this. Should be appropriate for all ages and given the mechanics accessible to most with a bit of a challenge.

You can buy it on Humble Store and Steam.

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Purple Library Guy Oct 19, 2023
Those are some lucky nightmares. They get to have fun all night.
CatKiller Oct 19, 2023
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I've launched the demo on the Deck, and they've messed up the way they handle aspect ratios - the sides (the actual interface for the game) are completely cut off. If you manually pick a 16:9 resolution you get to see the sides, and it otherwise seems to work OK. I hope they've fixed it in the full game, or will very shortly - even if I were playing on the desktop rather than the Deck, that's 16:10, too.
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