Day Dreamin' Davey (NES)

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Day Dreamin' Davey
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Platform: NES
Year: 1992
Developer: Sculptured Software, Inc.
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Day Dreamin' Davey is an action/adventure game developed by Sculptured Software in 1992. The player takes the role of Davey, who has a huge problem with sleeping in class. Then he finds himself in different places than class! He first ends up in the middle ages, then ancient rome, then the wild west. The game starts off at school where a bully steals Davey's pencil, who he names 'Lumpy'. Usually after Davey collects an item at the end of the level, it will usually represent something that he picked up in the classroom. For example, in the first level when Davey picks up the lance, he is really holding the pencil that the bully stole from him.


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This game has quite a lot of music. Paul Webb, Sculptured Software's main composer did an incredible job with the soundtrack. Each song is fitting to its level. The medieval stages have classical piano music, the Ancient Rome music has suspenseful music and the western stages have country and ragtime music. Most of the songs do not loop and instead, when they are done playing, change to another song. Webb used his own audio driver and programmed the music for the game.


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# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title Screen Paul WebbKen Moore 0:28



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Day Dreamin' Davey - NES.jpg
Title: Day Dreamin' Davey
Platform: NES
Released: 1992-06-??
Publisher: HAL Laboratory