Sleep Well is a game about sleeping well. You could probably figure that out from the title. But there’s a lot more going on here than just catching a quick nap – in fact, there are some pretty challenging sections here that are going to leave you scratching your head if you’re not sure what to do.
And that’s why we’ve written this guide. It’s packed full of the best hints, tips and tricks that we’ve discovered during our time playing Sleep Well. Follow the strategies here and you’ll be getting a good night’s sleep every time you pick up the game.
New players and old players alike are going to find something that’ll help them out here, for sure. So let’s get on with it – here are the top 5 best hints, tips and cheats that we’ve discovered for Sleep Well.
What are you trying to do?
Always check what the level is asking you to do. That’ll give you a good idea of how to get to the end of the challenge and move on. If there’s something you need to turn off, you’ll need to thwack it with your hand for the most part, for example. Read the description and you’re going to be in a good position to succeed.
Check the time limits
Some levels have time limits, which mean you need to finish them before the clock ticks down to zero. You’ll spot the timer in the top left corner of the screen, and you’ll get a clue from what the game is telling you to do as well. These levels are sometimes tricky, so make sure you play fast.
How do I stop the cat and dog fighting?
When there are multiple bodies on the same level, you can often move them all. There are some challenges where that isn’t the case, but usually any body is fair game. That’s not just human bodies either – you can poke and prod cats and dogs, which is especially useful to remember when you’re trying to keep them from fighting.
Remember the levels
The levels repeat once you’ve played through them all, so it’s important that you remember how you completed them the first time round. They come in the same order so it’s not going to be too difficult to figure things out.
Restart if you get stuck
Rather than skipping a level if you get stuck – which involves watching a video, it’s best to restart and take another crack at it. Sure, if you mess up a few times then by all means watch a video and move on to the next, but for the most part it’s something you’re unlikely to need to do.