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Oct 15, 2013 | 3:15 AM EDT

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Sleepless Growth traps you in a strange place, where you have to grow plants in order to make the world grow. Rescue your family and escape from this evil place to live another day.

Good luck.

The game tries to create a retro Atari atmosphere with blocky graphics and simple 8bit sounds. Have fun!

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M-D-MM-D-M

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 2, 2013

I don't care what everyone else says. This is a great game and I enjoyed my time playing it. I really like the old Atari feel to it. :)


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mark9135mark9135

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 15, 2013

its very interesting. Myself being a fan of rogue Likes i don't mind the fact that i don't know whats going on, that's the charm to these games (for me at least) either way pretty cool but the movement noises do get annoying i will def play more of this.


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gameroverlordgameroverlord

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 15, 2013

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CpherCpher

Rated 2 / 5 stars October 15, 2013

I appreciate the attempt at trying to bring out some sort of 'blast from the past' and you succeeded at doing it. In all the wrong ways. True, it's 'solid' in the sense that there is some semblance of a goal or objective but ultimately the player is going around in circles. I gave you a 2 out of 5 for the fact that you've created something stable and with form but is grossly lacking in any type of substance. I hope to see a remade version of this game with a bit more than what you've presented.


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Atnik responds:

I must admit that the game may be frustrating for some players that want to know what's going on in the game they're playing. It's kind of a personal game, where I wanted to recreate the experiences in my childhood, playing games that I didn't understand. Somehow, even in their lack of information, I wanted to explore their worlds and make sense out of it.


BlueCarrotsBlueCarrots

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars October 15, 2013

i don't get the point of the game there are no istructions a game i woudn't recommend


Atnik responds:

It may sound like an excuse, but that's part of the concept. When I was a kid I played all these Atari 2600 games that had abstract graphics and no explanation at all. I wanted to reproduce this feeling of being lost and having to find out what's going on.

But if you want some kind of explanation, here it is:
You are a man searching for his family in a strange maze. The only thing you can do is collect the seeds and watering cans lying around and plant a tree in the holes you find.
Each time you plant a tree the area grows and you can explore more. Whenever you find a family member they follow you. But beware, there are also enemies that kill everything they touch.

Anyway, thanks for playing and sharing your impressions, even if you didn't like the game much. :)