The new Dreams of Media Molecule puts a powerful editor in the hands of the players. To help you get the best of it from the start, we propose you to list of controls of the game and in creative mode, so that you can access them at any time.
Dreams includes several tutorials with all the explanations necessary to understand how to take advantage of its powerful editor. At the beginning, however, you might encounter some difficulty in remembering the schema of the controls. To meet your needs, below is a list of the controls Dream in game mode and creative mode.
Game controls for Dreams
The ones listed below are the controls of the Dreams in the game mode, to use while playing one of your creations or those of other users:
- Left stick: move/move the object owned
- Right stick: controls the camera
- Circle: placing the object in/out
- X: jump/select
- Motion sensor: move the icon to the imp on the screen
- Options (press and hold): imp recently
- Options: main menu/pause
- R2: you have/interact with the object (using the imp)
- Square: access to the editor
Controls how the creative of Dreams
The controls listed below, however, will be used when you are in the’editor of Dreams, while you work on your creations:
- Square: open/close the menu
- L1 + Circle: exit from the editor
- X: select the options menu
- Triangle: delete object
- L2 (hold): rotate object
- R2 (hold): move objects (press a half to push the object)
- L1 + R2: clone object
- D-Pad Up/Down: resize the object
- D-Pad Left/Right: undo/redo
- L1 (hold): strafe
- R1 (hold): move the camera relatively to the object
As you move the first steps in Dreams, therefore, we recommend that you keep this guide, in order to easily view the controls at any time. Especially when you use the editor, where in the beginning it might be difficult to remember with precision all of the commands.
You are having fun with the new tool of creative Media Molecule? Did you know that the PS Plus is not required to access all the online features of the title? To learn more about the game, please refer to our review of the Dreams.