Back to Bed - Strategy Game

3.5
2.76K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Back to Bed is a 3D puzzle Indie game set in a unique, beautiful and artistic dream world, wherein you guide the sleepwalker Bob to the safety of his bed. To achieve this, you must take control of Bob’s subconscious guardian named Subob. The pair travels through a surreal and painting-like dreamscapes, filled with objects used to guide Bob towards the Bed, but also dangers that must be avoided!

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“Back to Bed manages to simultaneously be predictable and surprising, sleepy and lively, scary and comforting—just like any good piece of Surrealist art.” - Killscreen

“Back to Bed is what happens when you let Dali, Escher, and Magritte develop a game.” - PowerUpGaming.co.uk

“What you see isn’t always what it seems, and the moments that use these ploys are some of the best Back to Bed has to offer. It’s mindbending and an utter delight.” - Twinfinite

Features:
• Unique surreal and artistic game universe: A strange but beautiful dream universe that mixes elements from the real world and the world of dreams to create something unique, surreal and sometimes a bit scary.
• Isometric puzzle levels: Navigate detailed 3D puzzles that defy the laws of physics, wherein the player must manipulate the strange environment to create a safe path Bob and avoid the dangers of the puzzle.
• Two characters as one: Play as the embodied subconsciousness, in the form of a small guardian creature, trying to save its own sleepwalking body from dangers of the dream world.
• Picturesque visual style: Discover the feeling of playing in a piece of art set in a digital frame. A visual style inspired by hand-painted techniques, surreal art and impossible shapes.
• Nightmare mode: Unlock a more challenging version of the game, made for those who truly want to test their puzzle solving skills and enjoy thinking many steps ahead, or who are just too stubborn to give up.
• MOGA-support: Enjoy Back to Bed with MOGA controllers.
“Now featured on NVIDIA TegraZone. Plays great with full controller support on NVIDIA SHIELD Portable and SHIELD Tablet, and Android TV.”


Awards & Nominations:
- IGF Student Showcase Winner 2013
- Dutch Game Awards 2012: Guts & Glory Indie Award
- Unity Awards 2012: Best Student Project - Nominee
- Nordic Game Indie Night 2012: Finalist
- Casual Connect Europe 2014: Best Console - Nominee
Updated on
Mar 14, 2024

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

3.5
1.58K reviews
Eldon McGuinness
April 15, 2024
I absolutely love this game! I originally played it on the OUYA, but loved it so much I bought it for my phone. I only wish it were on the XBOX so I could get it there as I have been enjoying Figment and Figment 2.
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Denilson Sá Maia
November 14, 2021
Nice game. I played it on PC and enjoyed it. The touch controls on mobile are infuriating, but thankfully the game supports a gamepad (and I highly recommend playing with a gamepad). The game also supports Android TV, but unfortunately the pre-game screen is not controllable with gamepads, requiring click/tap to advance into the actual game. Afterwards, the game can be smoothly played with just the gamepad. And the game also includes Google Play achievements.
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Linus Levitt
August 19, 2023
Other comments about the controls being frustrating don't seem justified. The tutorial could have been a smidge clearer but I picked it up in seconds. The puzzles are very easy, but it's a nice concept, so I give it 3 stars.
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