This Deliciously Realistic Breakfast Was Made Using Dreams

This Deliciously Realistic Breakfast Was Made Using Dreams

Media Molecule's Dreams can literally make anything: including a delicious and incredibly lifelike looking Full English Breakfast.

Sometimes it seems that Media Molecule’s Dreams can create anything and John Beech, a senior principal designer at Media Molecule, has set out to prove this right. Recently he uploaded a screenshot titled “Full Beech Breakfast” on his Twitter account which shows a delicious looking Full English Breakfast. But as you may have already guessed, this food was created entirely using the Dreams engine:

Beech even uploaded a clip showing a bit of the process behind creating this incredible sculpt, as well as making the digital meal publicly available to anyone who wants to play around with it. And yes Beech, that Imp jumping around on the food does look crazy.

Dreams is a game creation system developed by Media Molecule and published by Sony. The game puts focus on “play, create and share,” and allows players to create user-generated content in the form of fully fledged video games, video game logic and mechanics, assets, 3D sculptures, music, art and more. This content can then be shared or remixed to be used in other’s creations.

The premise has lent itself to some incredible endeavors such as the recreation of a boss battle from Final Fantasy VII Remake as well as the boss theme from Final Fantasy VIII, the opening sequence from Marvel’s Spider-Man, a player who implemented their very own concept of Days Gone using the title’s custom and pre-built objects, the opening gameplay section of Metal Gear Solid, the opening gameplay section of Metal Gear Solid but with the Goose from Untitled Goose Game, and a recreation of a few sets from Remedy’s Control.

Currently, Dreams is available via Early Access on PS4. This phase will set you back $29.99 but will allow you to create and play your levels like this from others. However,  Media Molecule announced that Dreams is soon coming out of early access and into full release. To celebrate, the studio is holding its first annual Impy awards on January 26th, which will recognize all the hard work being done by creators in the community.