Sleep Tightby commodoreKid - Jam Entry
- After you die, we recommend you to refresh the page to play again.
- Webplayer version of the game is built with lowest graphic settings. If you would like to see the real looks of the game, download the build below the webplayer.
- The game is designed to be co-op multiplayer online however we couldn't manage to do that due to technical issues. It still runs on a server but as singleplayer.
Are you ready to face your worst childhood nightmare? Only thing you have on your side is your sling and your snail shell collection.
Sleep Tight is a singleplayer shooter game where you try to survive against monsters crawling under beds as a child with sling using snail shells as ammo. There are pick-up items, attack, defense, speed and ammo stats that you can enhance.
WASD = Movement
LMB = Shoot
Hold RMB = Rotate Camera
E = Pickup Item
1,2,3,4,5 = Inventory Hotkeys
TAB = Online Players
C = Instructions
We were a 5-people team working on this game for 3 days.
Here are the crew members:
- Anil Demir (Animations, Interface, Effects)
- Jan Szczepanik-Dzikowski (Programming)
- Kuba Samplawski (Music)
- Polgar (3D Modeling, Environment)
- Urszula Samplawska (Concept Art, Textures)
Please let us know about your opinions and bugs since we would like to work further on this game in the future.
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