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Dreams of Fire Game Page

Dreams of Fire is a puzzle game with a twist: You have to work in both 2D and 3D to solve puzzles!

Dreams of Fire is an original game that was inspired by a game made for a game jam.

You can find the jam version of Dreams of Fire right here, along with the source code for that jam game here. You can play the game that inspired this game, and even look at the source code to see how the jam/prototype game works!

Using the jam version as a base, RandomMomentania remade and reworked the idea into a full game that expands and refines the concepts expressed in the jam game. Everything was written from the ground up to provide challenging puzzles that are fun to solve.

Features:

  • Dreams of Fire has 30 carefully crafted levels. These levels can be played in any order and are designed to be challenging and fun.
  • A fully featured, powerful level editor is included with Dreams of Fire. The level editor allows you to make levels just like those included in the game. Our tools are your tools.
  • The controls are fully customizable, with every key in the game configurable so you can play using whatever key layout is ideal for you. The graphic settings are customizable too, allowing you to tweak the game so it looks great and runs fast.
    • Right now the mouse is required to play the game, and there is no controller support. This may change in the future!
  • Share levels with others across different devices easily. Levels in Dreams of Fire are stored within a single file, so sharing levels with friends is as simple as attaching it in an email. Create your puzzles and share them with the world!
  • Runs on all major desktop platforms: Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
  • (COMING SOON) You can also find Dreams of Fire on the iOS appstore. Nothing is removed or excluded, it is the full Dreams of Fire experience, including the powerful level editor!

Screenshots

Change Log

Version 1.0.0:

  • Initial release!

Credits and Special Thanks

Credits:

Dreams of Fire was developed solely by Noah “TwistedTwigleg” Beard. Listed below are all of the assets created by others that are used in Dreams of Fire.

Unless otherwise noted, everything else within the game was created by RandomMomentania.

Credits for assets used are as follows:

NOTE: None of the companies, websites, and/or programs listed above have sponsored or endorsed Dreams of Fire in any way, shape, or form.

Special Thanks

Thanks to the following people for helping make Dreams of Fire a reality (in no particular order):

  • Base Camp Trenton (link)
  • Bucks County Academy of Fencing (link)
  • Laura Beard Art (link)
  • Everyone who has helped with the Godot Game Engine (link)
  • Everyone that has helped with the Unity3D Game Engine (link)
  • Everyone on the Godot community forums (link)
  • Those running the Godot jam that inspired the original game concept
  • Friends, Family, and anyone I forgot to mention. Thanks! I couldn’t have gotten here without your support!

NOTE: None of the companies, websites, and/or programs listed above have sponsored or endorsed Dreams of Fire in any way, shape, or form.

Instructions to install custom levels

NOTE: This information is also included in the README.PDF file included with the game!


One of the major elements that went into designing Dreams of Fire was making a level editor so anyone can make levels.

NOTE: user made levels are not checked in any way, shape, or form! RandomMomentania is NOT responsible for any content, nor the damage it may cause, within a user made level! Download and play user made levels at your own risk.

User made levels are stored in the PC’s Appdata folder on your computer. Levels are stored in .DOF_GL files and by sharing these files, you can share the levels you have created.

Keep in mind, that in game you can go to the Share
menu and then open the folder containing the levels there.

 

Sharing and adding levels on Windows 10

  • Either navigate to C:/Users/[username]/AppData/LocalLow/RandomMomentania/Dreams Of Fire/User_Levels or run Dreams of Fire, go to the Share tab, and then press Open File Explorer

  • Assuming you have made levels (or imported custom levels), you should find that there are some files ending in .DOF_GL

  • To share user made levels: Simply share the files within the User_Levels folder through whatever method you prefer. Each file is named the same as the level it corresponds to. So long as you can attach a file, then you can share Dreams of Fire levels however you please.

  • To add user made levels: Simply download/obtain the .DOF_GL files that you want to play and place them into the User_Levels
    folder! Either restart Dreams of Fire, or hit the Refresh Levels button. Then the levels should be imported successfully!

 

Sharing and adding levels on Linux (Ubuntu)

  • Either navigate to ~/.config/RandomMomentania/Dreams Of Fire/User_Levels or run Dreams of Fire, go to the Share tab, and then press Open File Explorer

  • Assuming you have made levels (or imported custom levels), you should find that there are some files ending in .DOF_GL

  • To share user made levels: Simply share the files within the User_Levels folder through whatever method you prefer. Each file is named the same as the level it corresponds to. So long as you can attach a file, then you can share Dreams of Fire levels however you please.

  • To add user made levels: Simply download/obtain the .DOF_GL files that you want to play and place them into the User_Levels
    folder! Either restart Dreams of Fire, or hit the Refresh Levels button. Then the levels should be imported successfully!

 

Sharing and adding levels on MacOS

  • Either navigate to ~/Library/Application Support/RandomMomentania/Dreams Of Fire/User_Levels or run Dreams of Fire, go to the Share tab, and then press Open File Explorer

  • Assuming you have made levels (or imported custom levels), you should find that there are some files ending in .DOF_GL

  • To share user made levels: Simply share the files within the User_Levels folder through whatever method you prefer. Each file is named the same as the level it corresponds to. So long as you can attach a file, then you can share Dreams of Fire levels however you please.

  • To add user made levels: Simply download/obtain the .DOF_GL files that you want to play and place them into the User_Levels folder! Either restart Dreams of Fire, or hit the Refresh Levels button. Then the levels should be imported successfully!

Legal Stuff

The license agreement for Dreams of Fire is included in a separate page on RandomMomentania, which you can find HERE. The agreement is also included in the README.PDF file, with is included all downloads of the game.

Using an agreement helps protect both of us legally and allows RandomMomentania to continue to grow.  Thanks!

NOTE: Also, it should be noted that we do not have much experience in regards to this kind of thing, so there may be mistakes here and there. We are game developers, not lawyers. Thanks 🙂

Where To Buy

Currently, you can find Dreams of Fire on Itch.IO and the Apple Appstore (coming soon)

Below you can find the Itch.IO widget for Dreams of Fire:

Thanks for reading!

If you have any feedback, suggestions, or more, feel free to contract us at TwistedTwigleg@RandomMomentania.com or through one of the game pages listed above, and we’ll do our best to back to you as soon as possible!

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Thanks, and I hope you enjoy the game!