Sleepwalker's Journey

  • Over 55 dreams to explore
  • Intricate environmental puzzles
  • Beautiful stunning visuals
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 2.5 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 99

Review for game Sleepwalker's Journey

Meet drowsy Moonboy. Blown out of bed by a big lunar sneeze, he sleepwalks through dreams. Moonboy needs your help to reach his cozy bed. Guide him safely through vicious traps, clear obstructions, and shift his surroundings to create a safe passage.

Review at a glimpse
Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

April 2, 2013

Game Rank

4146 points

Please rate the game
5 / 65   Rate It:

April 1, 2013

I think this game is designed for kids, or an adult looking to pass the time. This would also work well for a smart phone app! Moonboy has fallen out of bed by a giant sneeze and it's up to you to guide this sleepwalker back to bed. The first level starts out with a tutorial. There are moons and stars to collect while you use your mouse to slide planks over or up or down to direct moonboy to his bed without falling while collecting all of the moons and as many stars as possible. You are timed, and you can either start over or revert to the place you were when you fell off. Repetitive music that can be turned off, bland bluish hues with very little details, but it does have a nice feature of a button that allows you to speed up moonboys travels. I don't think this game is too bad especially for kids,

Are You Kinding
April 1, 2013

Really is this is one for the books. One of the worest. Tha'ts all I really can say.

At least its a good game
April 2, 2013

Its not a best game i ever played but has a little bit challange and its intersting

fun and challenging platformer
April 1, 2013

In between the rpgs, first person shooters, and hidden object adventures, I love a good platformer, and Sleepwalker's Journey has all the makings of a well-designed platformer. True, the graphics and music are to some extent negligible, and the storyline is for all intents nonexistent, but that's not the point of platformers -- the point is to throw obstacles in the path of our hero (in this case an unflappable somnambulist) as he ambles toward his goal (his comfy bed). As with all good platformers (the wonderful Turtix comes to mind), the difficulty of guiding the sleepwalker through various obstacles becomes increasingly difficult as your options and resources increase, and by only the second level I was having to press restart to get the coveted gold ribbon. If you're looking for a break from time management, match 3, and hidden objects, something not too taxing on the brain but still a challenge to your reflexes, Sleepwalker's Journey is a refreshing change of pace.

Like a bedtime story book
April 3, 2013

I can understand some not enjoying this game, but if you long for something different from the daily offering of hidden object games, you should try it. I only played the trial version, but found it somewhat challenging to make it through without losing stars. Visuals are soothing and cute. Children and adults that enjoy puzzles should like this game.

Puzzle Platformer, that's a new one on me.
April 1, 2013

Generally in platformers, the avatar is awake & represents you & everything is trying to kill you. In a flip, we had a sleepwalking character & you moving things around to keep him from falling to his death or having a rude awakening. In the 70s, we had Atari & Coleco Vision, & the avatar could be anything from a square pixel to an indecipherable blob. The graphics here are more akin to early 90s consoles like the SNES & Sega Genesis, & flash based games on the original Nintendo DS, so Petagree was off by two decades.

So Cute.
April 1, 2013

I have this game on my phone. It's so much fun. Even though it may look like a childs cartoon, it isn't a childs game. It starts out easy so you can get a feel for the game mechanics then gets a lot more difficult as you progress. He walks at a good pace so you have time to figure out what you need to do to keep him from falling or hitting a wall, but you can also speed up time so you don't have to wait for him to amble along if you don't want to. There is a 3 star rating for each level depending on how fast you completed it, if you got all the stars & if you didn't run into anything or fall. I liked going through all the levels and trying to get 3 stars on every level. You get a trophy if you do. There are quite a few levels per location, so it isn't a really short game. Took me a few days to beat them all and get all 3 stars in most. I don't usually go for these kinds of games but this one is so well made & entertaining that I got over my prejudice. I highly recommend this game. Just give it a chance & I'm sure you'll at least like it, if not love it.

Welcome to the 70s Experience
April 1, 2013

Oh dear - this is the game of the day? Graphics 1970s style - animation poor- sleepwalker seems to glide on castors! Only other animation is things disappearing once touched and the bars, pilars etc going up and down etc on your mouse click. Sorry too immediate to me - must click at exactly the right moment to get the required bonuses and let your walker survive- and this only on level two! Didn't finish level two before I decided to delete it. One for the younger clickers who like this kind of challenge.

Wouldn't even work
April 3, 2014

This looked like a game that I would enjoy (I really like these older style puzzle games) but I could not install it. It wanted me to uninstall my up to date version of Direct X and install an older version. It would not work with my current version. I know this is a technical problem but as I can see it, I would hope that this would deter someone not "in the know" from answering yes to changing their Direct X just to play this game.

Last five comments
Comments not found
Please leave this game