Lucy Dreaming

Last updated on May 28th, 2023 at 10:20 pm

Lucy Dreaming


Lucy Dreaming is one of the best $14.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Tall Story Games Ltd, Lucy Dreaming is a Puzzle game with a content rating of 9+.
It was released on 18th October 2022 with the latest update 8th May 2023

Whether you are a fan of Puzzle, Adventure, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.


14 people have rated 2.3

You can download the game Lucy Dreaming from APP STORE.


Discover a dark family secret and rid a young girl of her nightmares in this splendidly British point & click comedy adventure. Playing as sharp-witted Lucy, explore both dreams and reality to meet all the colourful characters who’ll help you solve puzzles, gather clues and find a murderer.

A Splendidly British Comedy
Ride your bike around the small British town of Figgington to meet its sardonic residents. Use your map to explore every corner, from its run-down town centre to the local pub as you discover the town’s deepest, darkest secrets.

Explore Dreams and Reality
Learn techniques for dream control and enter Lucy’s mind to unlock hidden memories, discover the past and unearth the disturbing truth behind her recurring nightmares.

Solve Puzzles
Along the way, you’ll need to solve a huge variety of puzzles, so pour yourself a nice cup of tea and bring your powers of observation, logic and lateral thinking.

Meet Colourful Characters
From her dysfunctional family and the cynical Figgington townsfolk to the myriad of extraordinary characters from the depths of Lucy’s subsonscious, do you have what it takes to pacify giant crabs, interrogate old ladies, satisfy toddlers and bargain with trolls? Just don’t forget your teddy bear.

Game Features:

  • A wide variety of pixel art dreams and real-world locations.
  • An exceptional voice cast including Dominic Armato (Monkey Island’s own Guybrush Threepwood).
  • Detailed scenes with witty responses to almost everything you can point your finger at.
  • Collect badges.
  • Subtitles in English and German.
  • Instant scene exit with a double-click.
  • Hotspot finder.

Updated on 8th May 2023

Bug fix for iOS 16.5. Reduced app size.

Lucy Dreaming Reviews

If you love old-school style adventures this is worth the purchase. The voice acting by itself is worth the price of admission. Its a fun game with a twisty story. The only downsides: 1. The backtracking between dream world and real world is tedious and often ridiculous with you switching back and forth quickly; 2. We felt the ending could have been expanded to sell the story. Aside from that its fun to playand listening to the lead and supporting actors you really appreciate the work that went into making this game.

We were disappointed by the ending and felt it wasnt a suitable reward for all the elaborate puzzles we solved. We still enjoyed most of the journey. Theres an abundant serving of cheesy humor in the vein of classic adventure games. The puzzles get self-awarely convoluted and ridiculous, but we could still solve most of them thanks to effective signposting. The dream worlds, though small, are diverse and imaginative. The interaction between dreams and reality is clever. We would recommend this game to fans of retro point-and-click adventures, but there are much better adventure games out there.

We were so excited for this game and wanted to love it, but could not get past the strong and bizarre animal torture theme that smacks you in the face for at the very least the first part of the game. The protagonists brother is an animal torturing/murdering serial killer in the making, and his sad trophies proudly adorn the house. Lucy tells us that he prefers experimenting on live animals and the house is fenced in in order to keep the public out and her brother in. We guess its all ok, though, because mom appears to be some kind of deranged psycho killer too. We guess its supposed to be funny? We tried to power through this part of the game, but turns out in order to progress the game you need to recover your brothers escaped pet and return it to him. This pet chewed through metal to escape whatever torture hed endured, but you knowingly are supposed to return the poor animal in exchange for a nonliving toy your brother took from you. Its made pretty clear what kind of horrible intentions your brother has for the poor animal. Yes, we realize its just a game, but it would have been nice to at least have the option for the protagonist to NOT be a willing accomplice in all this disgusting animal torture/murder thing thats going on. This game didnt really bill itself in a way to make us think this is the kind of thing that would be included. So Im hugely disappointed. And no, we dont think animal torture is hilarious or funny. Its just wrong and gross and we wished the developers could have added elements of darkness in a different way.

Really fun game with humor and style like the old Lucasarts and Sierra point and click adventure games. We played the demo before the release and Hair of the Dog so we were looking forward to this. The puzzles are all logical and can be figured out. We didn’t need to look up any hints or strategy guide to finish the game. All characters are fully voiced. There is a lot of funny lines and humor if you click on all the options, and there’s lots of items to click on. We love the very British humor and setting. The game took us just over 14 hours to finish. There are optional patches you can collect for completing various tasks, some of them secret tasks. We were able to get half of them. We wish there was at least a clue on how to get the others. Besides that, the game is fun and worth the price!

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