What’s inside a lucid dream and how does it happen exactly? These were the thoughts of the curious mind of Bert so he created a world in his mind that’ll let him explore a dream, only to find that his dream world is more of a night of a nightmare than a sweet dream.
The Deepest Sleep is a horror / thriller point and click game that puts you in the shoes of a researcher trying to escape the dream world he put himself in. He was trapped in there by the Shadow People (it’s a trilogy of games and this is the last part) but now creatures even more dangerous than the Shadow People lurks in the dark dream world that you’ve created so escape might not be as easy as just waking up.
The game can be played and controlled entirely by your mouse. You’ll have to use your cursor to point and click on objects of interest to pick them up. Once you have the item in your inventory, you’ll be able to use it by hovering your mouse at the top of the screen and clicking on that item. You can then click on anywhere on the screen to use the item (specifically on the spot you’d like to use the item on). The only obstacles you’ll see in the game are locked doors which can be opened by solving the puzzles around it. You’ll keep opening doors until you get to the end.
The Deepest Sleep is a game we highly recommend, especially if you played the first 2 games (available here and here) and discussed here and here as this is the finale. The story is very good and the execution is superb. This is one of the creepiest experiences I’ve ever had with a game, and it’s an experience I’m willing to go through again just because it’s such a great game! Little warning at the beginning of the game, though, be ready for a jump scare.
Ever felt like you can control the dream that you’re currently in? That’s called lucid dreaming. It’s where you’re aware that you are currently dreaming and you are in complete control of the dream, bending reality as you will it. What happens when it turns out that there’s a dark side to every lucid dream? Well, better find out with Deeper Sleep.
Deeper Sleep is the point and click adventure sequel to the very well received Deep Sleep. It’s a horror game that explains the mysteries of the first game and all about the creatures that lurk in the dream world, the Shadow People. They were the people trying to get you in the first game. If you ever saw things as scary as them, regular people would probably never go back, but our good old scientist, for the sake of science, dared to come back. His curiosity once again got the better of him and has now been pulled back by the Shadow People, this time, as revenge for what you did in the first game. Get ready to run for your life!
The game is played the same way as all of the available point and click adventures on PC. You use your mouse cursor to find anything you can interact with on the screen. When hovering over it, you can press the left mouse button to interact with it, examples are picking up items or opening doors. You can also combine any items you’ve picked up so that you can use it in specific situations that need them. You can do this by hovering at the top left of the screen then clicking on the item you need to use or combine. The cursor will be changed to that item and you can click on the area you’ll use it on in the screen. If combining, while the cursor is the item you need to combine, go to your inventory again and click on the item you’ll be combining with.
Will you be able to escape the dream world a second time and live to let the world know about your research, or will you be taken in by the Shadow People and be stuck in the dream world forever? It’s a race against the clock, and your survival is at stake. Make sure to play with the lights on if you scare easily. Deeper Sleep is a masterpiece that shouldn’t be missed.
Lucid dreaming is a phenomenon not known to all, but to those who know it, they know that it’s something that can get addicting. It’s a whole different world where you’re in control and can change anything and bend anything to your will. It’s no wonder people wants to know more about it. Deep Sleep lets you explore lucid dreaming, all the good and the bad about it, unfortunately.
Deep Sleep is a point and click adventure game that lets you play as a scientist whose curiosity got the better of him. Lucid dreams is a mysterious event and is something that might be beneficial for some people, so in the name of science, he tries to replicate it and eventually succeeds, only to find out that it’s not all butterflies and rainbows on the other side. Take control of the scientist by using your mouse cursor to point at different objects and clicking them with the left mouse button to interact with them. You can also point at the end of one of the 4 sides of the screen to walk around (usually it’ll just be one side at a time, but you’ll know when you can move since the cursor will turn into a hand). You can pick up items that might be useful later like keys. Some items will need to be combined with other items to be used. You can do this by hovering your cursor at the top left of your screen to show your inventory, and then clicking on the item you want to use. Your cursor will be replaced with the item you clicked and you should be able to click on the place you want to use it on. If you’re combining, when your cursor changes to the item you want to combine, just hover over to your inventory again and click on the item you want to combine with. You’ll keep doing this until you escape the grip of your lucid dream gone bad.
Deep Sleep is a bit of a scary experience and is filled with horror at every corner. You should do nothing but your best to escape this nightmare of a lucid dream. Will you live to tell the tale about it or will you be forever lost to the dream world?
Being trolled on the internet isn’t really the best feeling, but trolling, on the other hand, can be real funny.
Well, here’s another edition of the game that trolls you, but still comes out to be funny (well, sometimes). Trollface Quest TV is one of the few games in the Trollface Quest series, and it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to trolling the players! We previously had the Video Games edition, now it’s back for the TV edition!
Trollface Quest TV is a random puzzle game that is really just a random game, but one of the simplest yet really fun games out there. The game is controlled entirely by your mouse. That may sound simple, and yes it is, but what makes this game a complicated puzzle game is you click at random places at random times and a random number of times, depending on the scenario. When you start a game, you are given a scenario with some trollfaced characters and you’ll have to click something on the game to troll one of the characters. The biggest clue to the game is just hovering your mouse cursor over everything. If it’s something that you can interact with, your cursor will change to a hand. Sometimes, there’s going to be more than one thing to click, and you’ll have to click them in the correct order to finish a stage. You will be going through more than 20 levels of trolling through familiar stuff (if you watch a lot of TV, at least).
If you like watching TV and have fun trolling and being trolled with it (Game of Thrones is just one of the many trolled stuff in this game), then Trollface Quest TV is a great game to play. So just grab some popcorn, get your mouse clicking hand ready, and put on the game!