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Aug 1, 2014 | 6:32 AM EDT
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Here you are, at the final depth. Danger lurks behind every corner, even the Shadow People are afraid of this place. Will you be able to get back to the surface and wake up? Or will you remain here forever?

The last part of the Deep Sleep trilogy. For the best gaming experience, use headphones and turn off the lights.

It is recommended to play the previous 2 games if you haven't seen them before.
Part 1
Part 2



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Normally im not the biggest horror game kind of guy. But This was awesome!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A reasonable ending to the series. To my disappointment, the bottom feeders weren't scary. In fact, this game in general was less scary than the first two. I feared and hoped that Bert would come to life and kill me, or that I'd have a chase scene involving the bottom feeders where I had to move the mouse across the screen slowly enough to not be eaten but quickly enough to not be caught. Or that something would happen in the scene with steps leading up to the dark doorway (leading to the statue head that you insert the 2 gems into). Perhaps that the guy we saw for a second downstairs would come out after me and chase me to the exit. It was good atmosphere, but nothing ever happened, and that made me sad. On a similar note, the note about the darkness in the basement didn't match the gameplay. The first time through, I didn't realize what was going on until my flashlight's circle was tiny, and even then it didn't bother me (maybe if there was a musical build-up as the light shrinks it would have been more nerve-wracking). The ending was good (and unexpected).

On the positive side, I think everything about the music box was perfect. I expected it to be done differently, but the way it was done was great. The scene in bed was amazing. In fact, there were several great scares, in addition to the atmosphere. The atmosphere was amazing, and my nervous anticipation throughout the game was high. And I loved the way you made the flashlight automatic in this game, as opposed to needing the click it in the first 2.

Overall, I think you have done better, and will do better again. This one game might not have been the best ever, but I applaud you introducing new and different mechanics and plot. I would play another of your horror games with excitement.

On a side note, I had to look at a walkthrough to find the key in the sink. That was a frustratingly hard puzzle.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My favourite of the whole trilogy. The old house is my fav part by far: I want my house to look like that one.

Great endings; tough, but great. I wonder if you would mind to make a new series of horror games like these... I just would prefer them to have a little more of defences, because In this whole trilogy you keep running from enemies instead of even trying to fight back.

Also, I think you could've been a little more creative with the design of the Bottom Feeders; I don't think they were cool or scary enough. However, the idea of the cursor movement speed gauge was just brilliant; imagine how frightening could have it been if the monster was much creepier and you couldn't move fast but having to stare at it for a while.

Anyway, awesome saga. I'll be playing this game forever.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

When i Clicked on that guy on the left when that guy scared me i throwed my mouse.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good game, also scared me at the start.
Very scary because I played on night and the ending music is very good.
5 stars!