Goodnight Sheep is an interactive story about how having too many thoughts can prevent you from falling asleep.
Tap the sheep to follow the narrative over the course of sleepless nights.
Goodnight Sheep was created by littlecloudflower, DDRKirby(ISQ), and Kat Jia, under the Cocoa Moss label. It was originally developed in 72 hours as an entry for round 40 of the Ludum Dare game jam.
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At first it’s a little depressing
So when I played this it was kinda depressing at first but when you start to finish the story it gets wayyyyyyyyy better I have a recommendation for the creator I would love this app if it was all positive and no negative like pop the positive sheep’s instead of popping sad sheep’s at first but overall I like this game but warning ⚠️ at first it’s depressing so if you don’t like depressing stuff don’t download!
Okay, at first I was a little apprehensive after reading the other reviews. Let me start by saying this is NOT a sleeping app. This isn’t meant to help you fall asleep. It’s more of a narrative centered around the theme of falling asleep. Admittedly, the story does contain some negative phrases like, “What if I fail?”, “I’m so weak”, and “My friends will leave me”. But that’s only for the first part of the story. You have to continue on, and I promise the ending is a lot more positive. Yes, there are some negative thoughts in the story, but these are things that many of us think from time to time. In the end, it’s not your thoughts that shape your life—it’s what you choose to do about them, and the narrator in this story does something positive with his thoughts. I personally found this app to be interesting, even if the story was rather short. But then again, sometimes a short story is all it takes to change a person’s perspective...
FINISH THE WHOLE STORY!!!!
This app is really amazing. It starts out with just a couple thoughts. Then it slowly just adds more and more, as they increasingly become more negative. I decided to stop playing the game and look in the reviews because this app was just to sinister. But one review gave me hope that it would get better. I continue playing the app and found the beautiful truth to the game at the end. I highly recommend this app to you!
The developer, Timothy Wong, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.