Among the Sleep Crack/Patch

Among the Sleep Among The Sleep invites you into the mind and body of a two year old child. After being put to bed one evening, mysterious things start to happen. Played in first person, the game lets its players immerse themselves in a child's limitless imagination. This is a perspective we all have a distant familiarity with, but few can clearly remember what it felt like. In the borderland between dream and reality, surreal creatures and diverse environments will present you with both physical and mental obstacles that challenge your creativity.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 2340
Genre Modern, Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Company / Developer
Krillbite Studio / Krillbite Studio

Among the Sleep reviews ( 7 )

Ilham, Sep 10, 2014

Among the sleep is an unique game for Horror genre and it is one of the best horror games,, especially for the Character (Baby) in first person view , well it is very rare for me, so every one who loves horror genre games should try this one you won't regret it !!

ronaldohero, May 29, 2014

First of all, this game comes from an norwegian new company. They had a fantastic kick starter campaign. Grapichs:10/10 Design:10/10 Textures:9/10 Story:10/10 Ending:8/10

DangerPolski2, Jun 8, 2014

Graphics:8 of 10 Gameplay:8 of 10 Sounds:10 of 10 Atmosphere:10/10 Story:8/10

Muffinrex, May 29, 2014

Among the Sleep is a fantastic game, creepy all the way through. What starts as a pretty innocent birthday party, turns into one of the most scary video game experiences I've ever had. The sound design is simply brilliant, the levels are masterly designed, and the story and atmosphere is just perfect. It seems like every single little thing in this astonishing little Indie-game is refined to the almost perfect. Do yourself a favor and buy this wonderful game. Please, it's too good to be missed!

Ukajot, Jun 16, 2014

Amazing game but also average. Emotive intense, adequate for the young and adult pubblic... but.. there's nothing to do.. just explore. It is amazing how the prospective of the child is still vivid in everyone and you have to remember it, especially the affective side of it. Really nice game.

masterx1234, Jun 4, 2014

This game was amazing, it really impresses me what indie developers can make nowadays, I enjoyed the game all the way through, lots of scary and shocking moments that honestly made me jump out of my seat, but my only complaint is that the game is way too short, you can easily beat this game in an hour like i did, but i still enjoyed it none the less, if you want a quick scare this is a good game to buy. OTHER THOUGHTS: To be perfectly honest the game is lacking construction and it has a bit of a boring storyline, you make your way through what seems like the young girls dreams, where you tag along with your talking teddy bear to find your mothers memories. There are these black like figures that leark around her dream world and will follow and attack you if you get too close, the game can get very confusing at times making it difficult to figure out the direction you must go. The games ending is very strange and makes you feel like you have accomplished nothing, but overall, i enjoyed it.

thanatopsis, Jun 6, 2014

For an indie game this isn't bad, and maybe it is even worth the $10 or $15, but it just wasn't worth my time. The graphics are good for a cheap production, and it is a little eerie for the first 30 minutes, but once the game really starts it just looks too colorful and bubbly to be scary, and the teddy bear is just annoying. There are hardly any real puzzles and he pretty much tells you what you need to do for all of them. It isn't hard to figure out what exactly is going on in the game. The ending was no surprise, and in fact it felt very cheap and tacked-on compared to how I imagined it ending. I thought it would be much more compelling. A far better game (in story, graphics and game play) along the same lines thematically is Papo & Yo. But if you're looking for a creepy horror experience with pretty much the same level of "puzzles" as this game (i.e. nonexistent), Outlast is a far better option. This is more of a horror game for an 8-year-old. I must say I did enjoy the first-person view much more than usually being able to see arms and legs. But Outlast has that too and also does that many times better. It is a novel concept, but it just doesn't have the story or game play to back it up.