Dare To Dream is also a nifty little adventure game that Epic Megagames, if memory serves right, published. A description of the game (as well as the game itself (if you have the password):, from http://games.jadeinc.com/hotleaches.htm, which I found after a brief Google search):
Lead the hero Tyler through a vivid and imaginative dream in this graphical adventure game for Windows. You navigate through the world by pointing and clicking on items and passageways. Cartoon-style graphics and a surreal theme make Dare to Dream a must-have for adventure gamers. Requires Windows 3.1 or later, 4 Megs RAM.
It's a pretty whacked game, though. You play as a kid who has problems (due to parental death, as memory serves), and has fallen into a dream world. It starts out in a few downtown city streets (including Biff's!), and rapidly goes on to deeper, stranger areas.
Perhaps what was most interesting was its interface. It had a Myst-style view (ie, a finite set of first person images with clicking on arbitrary points to move and do things), with the addition of an inventory. The most annoying part of the game was figuring out where to click.
I never got past the bat, I think. Only ever played the shareware episode. Still, rather a fun game...