Know anyone that sleepwalks? It sounds dangerous. In Back to Bed, you guide a sleepwalker named Bob to the safety of his bed. You don't want him to fall off a ledge. To achieve this, you control a subconscious guardian named Subob. He looks like a dog with a human head. Since Bob automatically turns right after hitting a wall and other objects, it's up to you to place things in front of Bob at the right place and time.
We've installed Back to Bed on the Lumia 1520 and Surface Pro 3. Check out our gameplay video.
- Unique surreal and artistic game universe: Mixes elements from the real world and the world of dreams
- Isometric puzzle levels: Navigate detailed 3D puzzles that defy the laws of physics
- Two characters as one: Play as the embodied sub consciousness, in the form of a small guardian creature
- Picturesque visual style: Discover the feeling of playing in a piece of art set in a digital frame
There are two ways to control Subob on Windows Phone. You can tap and hold the screen to make him move in that direction, or you can use the directional arrows. You can change it whenever you want, but we prefer the former.
You can use apples to block Bob's way and guide him back to bed. Tap an apple to pick up, and tap again to drop. The best way to solve the puzzles is to follow where Bob goes. If you see that the path leads to falling off, place an apple in front of him. Back to Bed is not that challenging, but it's worth playing if you have some time to spare.
Back to Bed is available for both Windows and Windows Phone devices. You can buy it once for $3.99 and download it for both devices. There are no trials, ads, or in-app purchases. Is this your type of game? Let us know in the comments!
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