Unleash your imagination by finding complete sentences in a grid of jumbled words. Sleep Furiously is a unique puzzle game that takes the concept of a word game to a new level.
"A barrel of fun." - The Washington Post
Best iOS games 2015 - Tom's Guide, September 21st, 2015
The best word games for iPhone and iPad - iMore, July 31st
"Sleep Furiously is a very cool, surreal game...love it!" - Jane McGonigal
As featured in many other publications including Offworld, App Advice, Pocket Gamer, Gamezebo, Big Think, All Things Linguistics, Commonsense Media, Pixelkin, and Imagination Soup.
Sentences must be grammatical but can be nonsensical and the resulting possibilities are endlessly fun. Get ready to let your imagination run wild. Don't be fooled, the game is very challenging. How good are your language skills? Is your brain up for this word filled adventure?
TIMED: Can you beat the clock? Find as many grammatical sentences as you can in 90 seconds.
MOVES: An un-timed moves based mode; take your time finding the ultimate sentences for the highest score and the most whimsical fun.
ENDLESS: Relax and explore. What is the most absurd sentence you can you find?
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Ratings and Reviews
Great start! Now build more features
Very cool concept that is ripe for building on. I wish all my sentences from the round were saved and strung together at the end of the round. I'd like a toggle button change all the tenses to plural for just that round. Maybe it'd be cool if themes/genres could be applied to the words, too, e.g. fairy tale, Shakespearan, mystery. That sort of thing.
Keep building this game!
It's hard to build sentences when 95% of the words are plurals and the game doesn't allow stringing plurals. ”Artists opinions consume penguins" should be a legitimate sentence—and it IS, in actual English, however nonsensical—and yet in the game it's rejected. It would be nice to be able to do this. It would also be nice to be able to reset the board with all new words, since Endless mode doesn't seem to start a new game.
The Fun of Grammatical Nonsense!
Lewis Carroll would have loved this game.
As a fan of Noam Chomsky's linguistics, the name caught my eye, and I've enjoyed playing the game. Working on sentences rather than letters and words as in most games of this category is a refreshing change. I've recommended it to my Facebook friends.
The sentences are often so amusing or accidentally poetic that my one request for an improvement would be for the game to record an archive of all the sentences made and allow us to keep just the ones we like.
Thanks for giving us a toy that plays with semantics and semiotics so amusingly.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.