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Keep your room quiet and comfy while dreaming to lo-fi music.
As you don't want to cut your dreams this morning, you'll have to postpone the alarm clock, keep the room dark, turn off every device, open or close the window to control temperature and... yes, pet the dog.

Rodrigo Manuel Pérez Ruíz (First Try Studios_ member): Programming, Game design, and Postprocessing.
Ester Garrido (Eristea) : Art and Game Design.

*Credits to @beatsbycon for the Lo-fi song used on this game.

Note: We recommend playing on 16:9 screens, but you can also play with other aspect ratios opening the windowed version.
Thank you  ^^

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KeepDreaming Windows 46 MB
KeepDreaming MacOS 55 MB
KeepDreaming Linux 63 MB
KeepDreaming GameJamVersion 20 MB


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Finally a game that captures the struggles of wanting to sleep in. x)

Quite hectic later on, but on my second attempt, I managed to snooze until the end. The relaxed music, interrupted by all the alarm sounds and noises captures the setting really well. The pixel art is also great at not only setting the mood, but also highlighting the different interactive elements.

Love it!


Wow :3 We are very happy you didn't surrender to the alarm and dreamed untill the end hahaha Thank you for your nice comment (:

I love the mood... made me think about how hard waking up in the morning can be.


Yeah, Thank you! Even staying in bed and taking our time is hard sometimes too. That's why, as the gamejam theme says, we don't have to give up (:

I love the art and the concept. It's very original and could really be developed on. Unfortunately the music did really suit the game but the visuals make up for it.

Thank you for your comment! We just uploaded a post-gamejam version where we added a radio so you can pause ingame music and listen to your own (:

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Gorgeous art! I really liked it but I can't quite describe why. Maybe because it's such a relatable feeling.

Thank you! We wanted it to be atmospheric and relatable^^