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Sweet Drmzzz

KimberlyDo you ever feel like your dreams at night happen because a little part of you climbs into your alarm clock and flies into space? No? Hmm, maybe that's part of the dream. At any rate, come see what I mean in Bart Bonte's interstellar point-and-click puzzle game Sweet Drmzzz for your iOS or Android device. (Originally created as a much shorter and simpler online game, In Drmzzz.) Tap the screen to interact with your surroundings, and get ready to blast into your game-filled dreams. Or someone else's. Because I've never dreamed about cute, colorful space worms, but maybe that's just me.

Sweet DrmzzzThere are several main types of dreams to work your way through, all which involve you, your alarm clock, and space worms in some way. There's the snake-like levels where you have to maneuver the worms around the screen to pick up stars of the same color, the puzzle levels involving changing snakes into the appropriate color, and the sand levels, where you have to make sure the particles, presumably worm food, get to the right planet. Like Sugar, Sugar, you do this by drawing a line to direct the sand where it needs to go. Sometimes individual specks get stuck on the smallest blip on your line, which can be frustrating, especially on levels with a very limited quantity of grains. But for the most part it works, and gets more challenging as color requirements and gravity come into play. There are variations on these different game types ranging in difficulty from the "this is simple, yet engaging!" to the "why isn't there a skip puzzle button!" While not terribly innovative, Sweet Drmzzz nevertheless offers up a solid gaming experience. The crisp graphics and intuitive gameplay combined with some clever level designs will keep you going back for more.

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At first I saw "Bart Bonte" and I thought, "YAY". Then I saw it was only for phones, and frowned the hardest I have all week.

shjack180 November 19, 2014 8:24 PM replied to Xindaris

Well, you can play the shorter original browser version if you haven't already.


Ah, that's pretty nice. I do wish I could buy these games on windows though.


luv luv luv bart! and i was thrilled when this game was released on amazon for my kindle fire... very fun! thanks again, bart! xo

uncopy2002 November 20, 2014 6:15 AM

How many levels are there in total? Currently at level 32, kinda want an indication of progress so I can plan my time.


There are 50 levels, but it might get a little hard in the end ;)
Cheers for the review JayIsGames!


I think I like the music more than I like the game.


I'm stuck on level 18...

Any help?


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