DreamCorp Stutters then Starts

Delirium started slowly but settled into a methodical pace with a series of intriguing rooms, a handful of engaging characters and some surprise bits of interaction. While it largely remained a collection of disparate scenes, the DreamCorp angle allowed each section to be playfully broken into zones which helped to pull it all together into a singular narrative.

There are still areas where improvement is badly needed — perhaps the most glaring is the ineffectual and out-of-date soundtrack. However, the Wyandotte Jaycees faced unprecedented challenges this season and managed with a small but dedicated crew to create a worthwhile haunted house.

Murray the Clown was a little stroke of brilliance and one of my new favorite characters, but be forewarned — DO NOT INQUIRE ABOUT FARLEY!

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