Amazing scary storyline and simple yet very appealing pixelart graphics. Deep Sleep is a horror point and click game where you wake up inside a dream and try to get out. This is so called lucid dreaming when you are actually aware of being inside a dream. Nightmares within are heads scare us regardless they are true or fictional. Two things are guarantee about this game: you will like it , and the second one - it will give you creepy chills all the time. Just like in a good old horror movie, you don't get to see much monsters and cheap jumpscares. Instead, you walk around the place, exploring it, with that creepy feeling of being watched and followed. This is a good example of how simple 8-bit pixel graphics can easily win over perfectly designed games with much better level of details. That proves once again that it's all inside out heads. So, sit backm turn the light off, put the headphones on and enjouy really good game.
About the gameThe game won the first prize on Casual gameplay design competion sponsored by ArmorGames.
Deep Sleep text walkthrough - step by stepCheck the green vase - there is a KEY in it. Go right. Use the KEY on the locker. Pick up a CUBE WITH A KEYHOLE. Go left. Pick up skeleton's right arm - a HUMAN BONE. Leave the room. Go downstairs and enter the hallway. Go downstairs to the basement. Pick up a PIECE OF OLD CLOTH. Go to the furnace. Use the HUMAN BONE on the slot in the object to the right. Pull the lever. Go back to the hallway and then go right. Use the PIECE OF OLD CLOTH on the water - you get a SOAKING WET PIECE OF OLD CLOTH. Go back to the furnace. Use the SOAKING WET PIECE OF OLD CLOTH on the handle. Enter the furnace. Pick up a KEY from the floor. Check out the wall. Scrub the ash off the wall to reveal a 4-digit number. It's random in each game. Go back to the hallway and then go upstairs. Go to the balcony and across the small stairs. Pick up the phone. There is a FLASHLIGHT (WITHOUT BATTERIES) in the desk. Use the KEY from the furnace on desk's top drawer. Pick up BATTERIES. Use BATTERIES on FLASHLIGHT (WITHOUT BATTERIES). Go back to the hallway. Notice the door in the front is now open. Go there. Use the FLASHLIGHT on the darkness. Go forward. Go left. Go forward twice and leave the corridor through the window. Go down the staircase to the lower window. Check out the console. Enter the code from furnace's wall and zoom out. Repetitively use the handle (top round part) to open the door. Enter the doorway and use the FLASHLIGHT on the darkness. Go forward several times, until you approach a wall with a pickaxe on it. Pick up the PICKAXE. Quickly run away to the room with tiles. Use the handle to close the door fast. Leave through the window. Go down the stairs. Pick up a HOOK that hangs from the stairs. Go back up and use the top right window to return to the dark corridor. Trace your way back to the hallway. Go upstairs and check out the blocked passage on the right. Use the PICKAXE on the wall 3 times. Go through the hole. Pick up the NET. Use the NET on the HOOK. Go back to the hallway downstairs, enter the dark corridor and leave it through the window again. Use the HOOK AND A NET on the upper left window. Enter it. Pick up a KEY from the hanger on the wall. Use the KEY on the CUBE WITH A KEYHOLE to get a SHINY GEM. Go back to the beach and approach the lighthouse. Enter the lighthouse and climb upstairs. Use the SHINY GEM on the light source on top. Go downstairs, then run back up. Quickly use levers to position the light in the middle.
skeletonhorror : Love it!
scary_kid : pretty creepy game I love it
serialzero : Yeah, those dudes are definitely creepy. I should see what happens sometime if I let them catch up to me in the lighthouse. XD
Vincent Bishop FNAF : The sudden appear of the shadow guy after picking up the axe.
serialzero : What was the scariest part for everyone? I jumped when I was shining the flashlight in that one room, and that weird, skeleton-faced thing made a noise and retreated into the doorway. XD
Vincent Bishop FNAF : My younger cousin sister played this game closing her eyes.Before playing this game she was saying,"This won't be scary."But opposite things happened.
serialzero : Scriptwelder definitely knows how to do horror. This is proof that you don't need fancy graphics to pull off an intense atmosphere. XD
HellaRadKawaiiCat : Possibly one of my favorite games here.
Vincent Bishop FNAF : I've won!