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Back to Bed

A project in Arlington, WA by Bedtime Gaming

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Bob has a habit of sleepwalking in hazardous places. Luckily, his subconscious protector, Subob, is always ready to save him.
Backers: 1106
Average Pledge Per Backer: $12

Funded: $13,312 of $12,000
Dates: Feb 19th -> Mar 16th (25 days)
Project By: Bedtime Gaming
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Latest News

3D Puzzler 'Back To Bed' Is A Kickstarter Success Story That Will Let You Rest Easy

August 28th - via:
Not every Kickstarter campaign is doomed to failure—occasionally you get something like Back to Bed, a new puzzle game that was Kickstarted back in spring 2013. It has just arrived on Android with a really cool visual style and interesting narcolepsy-based gameplay. (Read More)

A Sleepwalker’s Take on Back to Bed

August 13th - via:
Back to Bed is one of the few games out there to feature a sleepwalking character. The player’s goal is simple: Get that sleeping fellow to his bed without waking up or “dying.” (Read More)

Back To Bed. Dream Come True, Or Nightmare?

August 6th - via:
A few weeks ago, we previewed Back to Bed to give you an idea of what you could look forward to on the August 6th release date. Now that the games’ release is upon us it’s time to head back into this strange dream world to solve some brain exploding puzzles. Now that is out, has it been worth the wait? (Read More)

Dreams Turn To Nightmares in Back to Bed

July 29th - via:
Have you ever looked at a painting by Salvador Dali and wondered what it would be like to exist in that surrealistic world? Why are these clocks melting? This dreamy place looks so comforting and chaotic simultaneously that the emotional conflict causes your head to burst? Surrealistic art has inspired a great deal of thought about our dreams, the world around us, and why a woman’s body resembles a cello according to Man Ray. (Read More)

Sleep Tight. Back To Bed Gets A Release Date.

July 25th - via:
Bedtime Digital Games launched a successful campaign for Back to Bed in March of 2013, raising $13.3K for the entire project. Now, a year later, we have word of a release date; and it is soon. (Read More)

# Back to Bed Coming to Linux - OUYA - Android

March 16th - via:
HI BackersBack to Bed has reached the $13.000 stretch goal, which means the game will be portet to the Linux, OUYA and Android platforms. Hurray!There is only 2 Hours left before the kickstarter is over. but the fun doesn't end there, you will still... (Read More)

You did it!

March 14th - via:
The Goal of $12.000 has just been surpassed! We would like to thank all our backers for the tremendous support, this is all thanks to you - YOU DID IT!With 44 hours to go, and less than $1.000 to go, the Stretch Goal that makes Back to Bed playable... (Read More)

Last stretch to the finish line!

March 12th - via:
Hi Backers of Back to Bed  The campaign have now entered it's last phase.There's only 4 days remaining, and the game is 72% funded. So it looks like a photo finish! But with all of you guys help, I know we'll make it.Upon request we've added the... (Read More)

Halfway there!

March 7th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Road to the IGF: Klaus Pedersen's Back to Bed

March 4th - via:
Student IGF finalist Back to Bed places a narcoleptic, sleep-walking boy in an M.C. Escher-inspired isometric puzzler, where the player must nudge the boy safely to his bed. (Read More)

Road to the IGF

March 3rd - via:
The good people at wrote a niece little article about Back to Bed and its IGF nomination. You can check it out at --> Cheers Bedtime Gaming (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup – 3rd March 2013

March 3rd - via:
There haven’t been any ‘losers’ in the Katchup for a while, partly because projects that are moving very slowly tend to be removed before they run out of time, and partly because there haven’t been quite as many small projects to cover. The list of ‘players’ is increasing rapidly though and even though the first comment will undoubtedly be from somebody reminded me of a game that I’ve missed, there are plenty of things to see. However, the influx of new entrants is balanced somewhat by this week’s losers. One is a small, surreal project, the other is a grander and more direct proposition. The creators of both have vowed to continue their work in some form. (Read More)

A walking nightmare: Back to Bed

March 1st - via:
A group of students from the Danish National Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment are bringing their perilous puzzle game Back to Bed to the 2013 Independent Games Festival. One of eight finalists entries in the competition's Student category, Back to Bed centers on a man with terribly inconvenient narcolepsy wandering an equally inconvenient, dreamlike landscape. (Read More)

Back to Bed

February 28th - via:
Back to Bed at PC Gamer. is the official web counterpart to the PC Gamer print magazine. Exclusive reviews, demos, and updates and news on all your favourite PC gaming franchises. (Read More)

Stretch Goal - Android, Linux and OUYA support

February 27th - via:
Hi Backers We've been approached by a lot of people asking for Back to Bed to support more platforms. So we made the stretch goal, that if we reach $13.000 we will release Back to Bed on Android, Linux and OUYA as well.CheersBedtime Gaming  (Read More)

Back to bed News

February 27th - via:
Bob sleepwalks. It's a hazard, both in the real world and his dreamworld, so it's lucky he has his subconscious—Subob—there to help. And you to control Subob. That's the basic premise of Back to Bed, a game made by a bunch of Danish indies who, having knocked out a rough version of the game in 2011, want to create something a lot more polished on Kickstarter. (Read More)

New Pledges

February 26th - via:
Two new pledges are now available. The $100 Combo - with a "I Backed Back to Bed" Coffee Mug and "The Apple is a Hat" T-Shirt. And a chance to get a physical copy of our Art Book, signed by key developers for $200.Both pledges also includes all... (Read More)

Alive and kicking it

February 24th - via:
Our Project Manager will be answering questions about Back to Bed, in a live interview session. The interview is part of the show "Alive and kicking it", a lot of other cool Kickstarter projects will also be featured in the show. You can watch the... (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup

February 24th - via:
Several projects are either on the brink of the precipice of funding failure, or in a prolonged mid-term slump. It’s enough to make a man pre-emptively proclaim the Kickstarter craze dead and buried, but if that same man then casts an eye over the promising new projects and remembers successes and shortfalls of the past, he may well decide to cancel the obituaries, at least for now, and simply play some prototypes instead. (Read More)

The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Back to Bed

February 21st - via:
What's your game called and what's it about? Our game is called Back to Bed. It is a 3D puzzle platformer, wherein the player has to help a sleepwalker reach the safety of his bed by navigating him through a surreal and dreamlike environment. (Read More)

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