DOS game, 1993

CTA Developments
Ocean Software
3rd-person, Platform
DOS (1993), Amiga (1993), Amiga CD32 (1993), Atari ST (1993), Commodore 64 (1993)
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In the small English town of Kipsville, little boy Lee lives with his faithful dog Ralph. During the day, Lee is a very normal boy who runs outside, plays football and plays with Ralph. At night, however, Lee has one big problem - he is sleepwalking. It wouldn't be such a tragedy if Lee only went to sleep at home, but he goes for walks through the city and often much further, where there is a lot of danger lurking for him. So every night, his faithful dog goes out with him - Ralph, who accompanies Lee and makes sure that nothing happens to him. As you probably already know from this description, the theme of the game is really very original and it is also unique how you play for Ralph's dog and you have to watch out for Lee. You have to safely transfer the boy through 6 levels so that he can successfully return home and lie back in bed and believe me, it's not easy at all. You need to get used to controlling the game and the number of tasks that await you can definitely take you. For example, getting Lee through the water on a spinning barrel is really a cat, it will cost you a lot of trying, a lot of training, but it's really possible.

Unfortunetally, this game is no longer abandonware.

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