Sleepwalker Time to Wake Up

Hi, everybody!

Today’s post won’t be about programming or IDEs, it will be about games or, to be precise, – about one cool game that I enjoyed playing these days, and which undoubtedly deserves your attention.

The title of this game is Sleepwalker Time to Wake Up. It is a board logic game where your mission is to guide a sleepwalker guy wisely through many deadly traps! There are two different worlds with 20 levels each, and Garden levels coming soon! In case you feel lost, just play Tutorial levels and you’ll be fine πŸ˜‰Β Sleepwalker game

The first set of levels take place in Castle. It is a bit dark and the graphics are well-matched in order to create a mysterious atmosphere. I also like how the poor guy screams when he fall into one of many traps πŸ˜› Of course, I like winning more πŸ˜‰

The second set take place in House. The rooms there are really big and have many beautiful decorations. Most of them are locked, so you have to obtain a key first. For me it’s usually a challenge πŸ˜› The levels are getting difficult, so you have to think quickly if you don’t want to be dead.

I’m interested in how Garden levels will look like. I bet they will be colorful πŸ˜‰

Sleepwalker gameplay

 

But still, why you should play this game? First, it is unique in its idea and theΒ realizationΒ of this idea is pretty good. I mean, you can search for “Sleepwalker” on mobile, and you won’t find anything like it. The second thing is that this game really forces you to think, and to do it quickly. Interesting thing is that I can play one level for the 5th time, and I won’t remember the solution. This brings us to the third reason – 40 interesting levels, each with a different solutions and set of items. This way, you get a lot o fun for just 0.99 $.

Of course, as almost every game, there are downsides too. I hate when I accidentally put items in the wrong place and then I have to restart a level, or when I have to act really quickly – otherwise it will be too late for any action. I also found a few minor bugs… But besides these small things, there’s nothing to complain about!

Awailable on iPhone/iPad.

Let me know what you think – write a comment πŸ˜‰

P. S. In case you’re not sure, you can always try a Free version.
P.P.S. Look closely at bed. Although it’s empty, there are four faces staring at you… You found them? πŸ˜›

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Tonia Tkachuk

I'm an Android Developer, writing code for living and for fun. Love beautiful apps with a clean code inside. Enjoy travelling and reading.