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Monday, May 9, 2016

Sleep Walker (1976)

Sleep Walker (1976)

Ratings

6 out of 10 with 6 ratings
Board Game Rank: Not Ranked
Children's Game Rank: Not Ranked

Description

In this dexterity game, players wind up Sleepwalkin' Sam, guide him up a 22" tall 3D plastic tower and take him down with a crane. To guide Sam through the construction site, players must move beams and control an elevator.

  • Designer: (Uncredited)
  • Publisher: Kenner
  • Year Published: 1976
  • Number of Players: 1 - 4
  • Manufacturer Suggested Ages: 0
  • Playing Time: 20
  • Subdomain: Children's Games
  • Category: Action / Dexterity, Children's Game
  • Mechanic: Area Movement, Hand Management, Pick-up and Deliver, Point to Point Movement, Simultaneous Action Selection
  • Alternate Names: Sleep Walker

Reviews

6 out of 10
By
Old school challenge game with a contraption that requires agility moves to bring sleepwalking Sam to safety. If you remember mousetrap and liked it, you'll love this. Fun times!

7 out of 10
By
One of my childhood favorites. Got dexterity?

5 out of 10
By
Remember this fondly from my childhood. Found a NEW copy on E-Bay (very lucky) in August 2008. Gave it to my kids for Christmas 2008. It was a big hit. Fun little dexterity game.

7 out of 10
By
This game was pure genius when I was a kid! Wind up the guy and set him on his path. A total dexterity game where timing the turning of the platforms is key. The hardest part was the ending, you'd have to line up the hook with the guy's wrench as he plunged off the edge, a little off and all the hard work goes for naught! Really cool mechanisms, especially the fact that the elevator has to be manually lifted by a string. Got to be one of the most unique games ever.

By
This in one of those 'is it real?' memories. I thought I may have played with my cousins in my youth (YEARS ago). Have I not been recalling correctly? ... but I found it here on the Geek and my memory has been vindicated!

9 out of 10
By
What an ingenious dexterity game, teasing in its game play; another brilliant piece from Marvin Glass studios wonderful in conception and a knock out to look upon.
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