A collaborative effort between hardcore gender bender fans and longtime content creators Espeon and CaptainCaption, re:Dreamer is an adult gender bender visual novel about an impossible phone game that turns its user Zach into a girl before they even start the tutorial. With an impish and unreliable in-game A.I. as their only lead on how to change back, can Zach follow the rules of this insanely predatory game to survive, or will they lose everything that made them a man in the process?
Most recent public download links (0.1.5):
re:Dreamer is an erotic visual novel intended for adult audiences only. On occasion, the content it contains will consist of themes and acts that some readers may find objectionable or upsetting. As courtesy to our readers and to prevent unwanted exposure to this mature content, re:Dreamer includes the option to clearly label them beforehand.
A list of currently included and as well as planned adult content may be found on the Walkthrough tab of this IGDB page, but please be advised that we are not able to inform you of this content without spoiling its existence. By clicking on that tab, you are robbing yourself of a full experience reading this work.
While Dream Team Studios condemns any and all such acts in a real-world setting, please remember that re:Dreamer is a work of fiction about fictional characters (all of who are of legal age) in a fictional setting. Depiction of this material is in no way an endorsement of it, but we at Dream Team Studios believe that its existence is important to the story we want to tell.
As a visual novel under heavy active development, re:Dreamer needs support and feedback from the TF/TG community to reach its full potential. Please leave a review with your thoughts, and consider subscribing to our Patreon! While we are currently making this game as a passion project, we cannot afford to do so forever. We’ve spent a lot of time and worked hard to build this project up from a loose framework of ideas to the TFGames.Site release you see here, and it’s our hope that this demo is enough to persuade readers that we have the ambition, planning, and skill to see this story through to the end.
Lastly, it is important to note that re:Dreamer is currently in alpha, and much of the visual and audio assets will be replaced in the future with those that the members of Dream Team Studios have legal rights to use. Unless specified, consider these assets to be temporary placeholders subject to change without warning.
Zach, the main character of this story, is a chronic underachiever who has been using his above-average intellect to coast through life with below-average grades. After a gap year taken to find his identity and expand his spiritual horizons that left his broke, he's now a freshman university student in a major he only chose because it's easy and can lead to a steady job right out of school. He spends his idle time searching for new and obscure phone games to play as F2P user on a broke college student lifestyle.
Ai is the unreliable and mischievous A.I. that came with Zach’s copy of re:Dreamer. She seems to treat this all as one big game, though it probably is just that for her. Ai appears to have her head in the gutter 24/7 and seems to take great pleasure in teasing Zach. It remains to be seen if Zach can trust her.
As of the current public release the adult content consists of:
Additionally, there are plans for future content dealing with (including, but not limited to):
Please check the TFGames.Site discussion thread for a full changelog
Version 0.1.5 (10/17/2019):
I really enjoy this game:
-the premise is a rather fun one, and it has a great deal of potential
- the bad endings, while rather bleak, feel extremly real without straying into pandering - for example, the bit with ____ trying to scamble for any sense of identity is utterly strange and yet somehow extremely believable, for lack of a better word.
I'm eager to see how this will improve as time goes on - and hope you've been enjoying making this
A lot of potential here. Writing is solid, premise is good. Where Press Switch and Student Transfer focus on variety of hijinks and rarely go truly lewd, this one forces MC to do lewd stuff in new body by design. How good it will deal with mind state and mental changes in MC as this kind of plot advances remains to be seen, but what is already here is on the level of its "older brother" games. Funny in right parts, dramatic in right parts, and believable enough overall. Some reviews seem to be compaining about lack of indication that rough content is present, but I find it somewhat silly to complain about rape content on a website where more than half of entries deal with literal brainwashing.
Overall, a great demo to show what's to come. If development continues at good speed and does not slow to a crawl the way PS and ST did at certain point, the potential is near-infinite. Looking forward to it.
I think this game has a lot of potential though i think it is fair to warn people that this game can be very harsh and dark. while the game does have similarities to games like student transfer or press-switch, there are much darker themes touched on. Personally i think it could be interesting but those paths might not be for everyone.
the game at the moment is short but shows off some potential. I look forward to what this game might become, and enjoyed the taste of it i got at the moment.
I have to agree with FollowBob below. Shifting suddenly into darkly portrayed violent rape, especially as a consequence of an earlier decision that doesn't do anything to telegraph what's coming was extremely unwelcome, and I probably won't play future versions after that, to be honest.
The writing is otherwise pretty good. I liked AI. The premise is fun enough; it'd be nice if, in a funded version, some parts of the "edit" were picked by the player.
If you're a fan of Student Transfer, this game may pique your interest, due to the engine being the same. That being said, there's not too much content at the moment, but it shows a lot of promise, and I personally can't wait for the game to get more content, both art and story-wise. I don't find the rape within the game to be as awful as the other review may suggest, but it's honestly a matter of opinion. In conclusion, there's not much here yet, but what is here shows lots of promise.