A masterpiece remained in the history of RPG Tool "ゆめにっき".
This is the smartphone application version.
· This is a game that walking around the world in the dreams of a hikikomori named Madotsuki with a very dark atmosphere.
· There is no particular story or purpose. It is just a walking game.
· If you interact with a specific character in a dream world, you can collect "effect".
· The appearance of the main character changes with "effect".
· If you use the same "effect" again, you return normally.
· You can collect "effects" only in a room of 12 doors.
Effect's name changed: "Whistle" to "Flute".
minor text fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Decent port with a few exceptions...
Yume Nikki deserves to have a great iOS port. Although this app plays well on my iPhone it does not look as great or run as well on the iPad. On the iPhone it performs flawlessly and feels very similar to the original classic except for a few menu and sound bugs. But for $2.99 this mobile port is a must grab for any huge Yume Nikki fan. To bad there is no controller support. Maybe that could be implemented in a future update?
Much better than the reviews say...
After reading the reviews, I had serious doubts about buying this app. But because I absolutely love this game so much, I decided to bite the bullet and I bought the app. First thing I noticed that that it was half the speed of the original. Many reviews say this, but I quickly discovered that you just have to turn off low power mode to have it run at normal speed. It is just like the original but with some inaccurate names for the effects, but other than that, I would say this is really worth it if you like Yume Nikki.
But, there is only one problem. You can’t rotate the screen. It is always with the charger pointing to the right side of the phone, and even if you rotate the phone, nothing changes. But it’s not even that big of a problem, it’s only an issue if you are charging your phone and it creates an awkward angle.
Overall, great app, and the other reviews are making it seem really bad, which it’s not. I like it a lot.
Great game, terrible port
First of all, I never bother with reviews, but Yume Nikki is a game so near and dear to my heart that I can’t stand seeing it done so dirty. First of all, the price point. If I’m going to /pay/ for a game that’s free on PC, it better be good. Especially more than a dollar.
A huge issue in the game is the framerate. Going up/down staircases easily takes double the time it would normally, and the bike effect and speed glitch do little to help that. It takes an excessive amount of time. The controls aren’t intuitive, but I understand porting a game like this onto a device with no keyboard is difficult.
Another technical issue is the fact that the music clips almost constantly, making some areas a pain to be in with sound on.
There’s also a nitpick with the changing of some names. Medamaude and yuki onna have been changed to “eye palm” and “snow woman,” which makes it hard for a die hard fan to locate in the menu.
I’m excited to have a version I can take anywhere, but there are too many flaws right now for me to be able to excuse having to pay three dollars for an otherwise free game.
- 60.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- ©2018 kikiyama © Project Yumenikki
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.