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Deeper Sleep

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Sep 20, 2013 | 4:34 PM EDT
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Will you be able to find a way out of this nightmare... again? Or, maybe on the contrary - will you go even deeper?
A sequel to an award-winning horror point-and-click game Deep Sleep.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I usually don't play creepy games like this but being in the spirit of Halloween I figured I would try this one out. The atmosphere is pretty amazing and the puzzles are good. I like that the game refrains from using too many jump scares. Good music, good graphics, challenging game play, 4/5 stars! Now I need to go play the original game and the finale!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

eh, i have experience with one scarier but for 4 .


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very scary. The game was great. Was there some hint for getting the newspaper article at the end, because I entirely missed it and had to try all the possibilities...


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I appreciated the game as a whole. It was a pleasure to play and explore. I found the woods difficult to navigate and almost gave up after spending a lengthy amount of time there. If you don't feel it messes too much with how the game was intended I would recommend making the pathways in the forest more brightly lit or more apparent.
The girl in the attic was creepy as was intended, I'm sure. I was disappointed to be able to be killed so easily by a fellow traveler without a chance of reprisal. It led me to wish for a death option by the 'shadow people' I had been led to initially fear.
I give my compliments to the locations of the notes. Only my willful tenacity allowed me brave my frustration and find the coveted last note.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Important note; DO NOT play this game at Midnight with headphones and all the lights off... I'm scared to go to the toilet... jeesh, why do I play scary games?


I'm pretty sure to get the Save The Child medal, you grab the Tiger Doll from the room where you grab the sewing needle, then grab the key in the 'lobby' area, open that locked room from near the elevator, then put the Tiger Doll on the bed that reads; "Cody."

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Personally, the game was good, a nice little point 'n' click, the only part I got stuck on was filling the bag, and that was me kinda like; "DAT SILLY GRAIN = STILL ON FLOOR, GET IN BAG!"... But that's what I get for playing this game at midnight, *Yawn*, I got pretty creeped out when I went into the
'Classroom?' area, the shadow made me jump, to wrap this review up though, the game is definitely worth playing (albeit, maybe not at midnight.) The nice creepy soundtrack and 8-bit artwork can make one's eyes dart about the screen looking for any sign of movement, this is good, exactly the trait I look for in a game like this, honestly.

However, despite there being a few nice scares within, it would have made the game a hell-of-a-lot spookier if there were some random event's thrown in to mess you up, but hey, that's just my opinion, so go on, if you haven't already, give this game a go, I mean if you took the time to read this review you've got nothing better to do right?

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