Bluebird of Happiness 12+

Can you escape from a dream‪?‬

Odencat Inc.

    • 4.8 • 2.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Your brother finds a stuffed bluebird while the two of you visit a festival. Later that night you have a dream that takes place inside of a strange forest with a man having the head of a bird.

Try to escape the dream by collecting items and solving puzzles. Can you save your brother?

What’s New

Version 1.7.1

Added Korean language translation.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.8K Ratings

2.8K Ratings

SavannahL ,

Wow! Was not expecting this!

I got this game as think it was just a stereotypical escape game, but was shocked by the story. (Spoilers ahead!) I was shocked that the world was red and the Bluebird was my brother. I thought I would go to the lake, find him, and leave. I thought the game was over when it was the opposite. Lucky I talked to the cat. The ending was mysterious and left room for you wonder. I am curious about if the witch was on your side or against you, if the girl was close to you and she was killed in punishment, and who was controlling the phone. The phone was the best part of the game. I thought it was just a hint giver. It betraying you was so unexpected. It add another layer to the story too. The phone made you kill your brother, but your brother gave it to you. Did the witch leave it for your brother to pick up, or did someone else go into the dreamworld and mess it up? Maybe the actual bird did it? Maybe the witch meant it to be a little lesson to you to scare you into giving it back, but the phone messed with it. I love these kinds of endings because they let you think about the game more than usual. In short, this is a great game and would recommend.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for playing! I prefer to keep the ending vague usually, I am glad that was your taste!

alekgat0r ,

disturbing but interesting

I feel like this game should be more than “12+”... although i suppose things that disturb me now as an adult didn’t bother me much as a kid. i just feel like there should have been a little more detail to explain what was going on and why, otherwise you could easily mistake the plot for just being disturbing for no reason. i could easily ask why on earth someone would produce a game so morbid without any very solid answers or conclusions.... although i think i do understand what it’s meant to be. still creepy though. *spoilers*

the way you mutilate the poor bird... after he’s done nothing but be kind to you. i’m glad i went back to finish the second ending, although i’m at a bit of a loss as to why the phone wanted you to kill him to begin with. was really toy just cursed or something? did someone else experience the same dream and kill the girl at the end? why would the witch have the thing on display for everyone to be tempted by it?? i suppose those are just answers that are supposed to be left open ended.

overall it certainly kept my attention and it was thought provoking. but disturbing nonetheless.

WhoTellsYourStory ,

What a Plot Twist

You can tell that I definitely did not expect that (first) ending. The plot was AMAZING, I loved it. When I started getting closer to the end I thought the hints made it too easy, but then, well... it showed me why.

I did have a little trouble with putting down the stool. I eventually learned that you should click the object you’re putting it next to, but before that I was just randomly and repeatedly clicking. And I think there was a small bug with the items? I don’t remember when it happened, but all of my items disappeared from the chart at the bottom. I refreshed the app and they all popped back up though.

Also, those last words are pretty ominous... Can we save this person from having to go through that? Or does it just mean it’s someone else’s turn to play this game? I don’t know whether the witch / wizard / warlock looking person is actually good or bad then. Or maybe they’re trying to teach people a lesson? (I love the cat though.)

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