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Lightfoot Bros Games recently revealed their new point and click adventure Sleepytime Village, a "creepy AF" classic-style point & click adventure game about learning to rediscover both your inner child and the joy of creativity.

Sleepytime Village is inspired by games like Monkey Island and Broken Sword, and TV shows such as In The Night Garden, Moon & Me and Life on Mars. You’ll awake in a mysterious children’s storybook village, with clues and puzzles driving you forward to learn why you ended up here and - more importantly - how to get out! 

Currently funding on Kickstarter, the developer hopes to get £12,000 by June 3rd. Check out the teaser:

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There's a Native Linux demo available to try from itch.io, GOG and Steam. Plus you can support it on Kickstarter.

The developer previously released The Mystery Of Woolley Mountain which is also available for Linux via itch.io, GOG and Steam.

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pb Apr 29
Starring: Stitch
Phlebiac Apr 30
I like the concept well enough, but something about the art style just turns me off.
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