Garage: Bad Dream Adventure

344 reviews
Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

Garage - This weird machine is said to create a bizarre dark world by working on the subject's subconscious mind.
The player character is thrown into an enclosed world filled with sewage, with decaying wooden buildings and rusted metals.
And he discovers that his body has been changed into something in between a machine and a living creature.
He wanders around this structurally complex maze-like world in search of a way out.

"Garage: Bad Dream Adventure" was originally released as a PC adventure game in 1999. In this game, the player character enters his inner world through a psychotherapeutic machine. He is turned into an odd-looking biological machine and searches for a way to escape from that world. Because of its unique world setting, it is described as one of the top 3 warped games or bizarre games.

It is basically a mystery-solving exploratory adventure game. But it also has many RPG elements such as character development through body modifications and intricate fishing system. And the story questions the ambiguity of escaping from the world and staying in the world.

One of the features of Garage is its detailed world building. Elements like energy circulation, ecosystem and how the world came about are intertwined tightly, and are reflected in the game system, bringing to life the feel of the deep another world. The unique feeling of strangeness and anxiety surrounding the whole game, even though it is not a horror or depressing game, is created by these settings and system.

In this mobile remastered version, almost all images have been retouched, videos have been revised using AI frame interpolation, user-interface and game balance have been improved, and new chapters, subquests and multiple endings have been added.
Updated on
Feb 14, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

332 reviews
Sarah Layman
April 17, 2022
A surreal philosophical experience. I actually LOVE that there aren't 'hints'. It's well worth the $5 I paid for it as it's a lengthy game. I've discovered a few endings so far, but still have quite a couple of unreached achievements -- still trying to figure out how to unlock the water towers. I've found all crabs and rare crabs, and all frogs except for 10 rare frogs, and I'm pretty sure I know what each one will be. I do wish there were more than 2 game save slots, though.
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Gustavo N.
May 12, 2022
I absolutely love this game. It is unlike anything else. A resuscitated Japanese horror game from 1999, it traps the player in a surreal waking nightmare. The visuals and character design are wonderfully ugly and difficult to look at; the environment is creepy, claustrophobic and filthy. Gameplay is an emotionally uncomfortable experience, like a good horror experience ought to be. Truly a unique game, and well worth the money. No weird permissions required. So glad this gem has been preserved.
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G3tsi AK
March 23, 2022
It's a good game, played it for hours, and now I'm stuck. I mean idk what's the next step in the game. I thought there was a bug, but apparently, it's just a confusion stemming from the animation of opening a door, and the 'move forward' arrow bringing you right back where you were. Imagine moving towards a door, then after going through it, you close it and you're facing that door, so "forward" is actually back into that room that you just left. Hopefully I'll figure it out, I made it this far
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What's new

- Fixed some word and dialogue.
- Fixed and improved some tap area.