Don't Wake Me Up APK

Version: 1.1.2 for Android, Windows PC, Mac.

Updated on: 2024-03-03

Author: Hosted Games

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App details

Version: 1.1.2
App size: 7.2 MB
Category: Role Playing

Latest updates:

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App Description:

You’re trapped in a malfunctioning virtual reality with no memories. No memories, except o... read more

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Installation instructions

Don't Wake Me Up works on any Android devices (requires Android 5.0 or later). You can also install and run this application on your PC or Mac by using an Android emulator app. Here's how to do it:

Install Don't Wake Me Up on Android devices

Select one of the two options below, depending on the type of file you downloaded from this page.

Install APK file

Find and select the APK file. Tap 'Install' when the APK installer menu shows up. Afterwards, complete the installation by following any additional instructions that appear on-screen.

Install XAPK file

To install a .XAPK file, first download and install the Split APKs Installer (SAI) application. Then, open the SAI app and choose the "Install APKs/XAPK" option. Locate the .XAPK file you wish to install and click 'Install.'

Install Don't Wake Me Up on Windows 10/11 and Mac

This app can be operated on a computer with an Android emulator. While there are various emulators available, this tutorial uses BlueStacks, which is compatible with both Mac and Windows systems.

Installing BlueStacks is straightforward. Simply download the installer from the BlueStacks website and run it. Be aware that the installer is large and setting up the engine might take some time.

If you don't have other programs associated with APK/XAPK file types, BlueStacks will open these files by default. To install an app, either double-click the APK/XAPK file or drag-and-drop it onto the BlueStacks home screen. Then, confirm the installation. Once installed, the app will appear on the BlueStacks home screen.

That's all! You've now successfully installed Don't Wake Me Up on your PC Windows and Mac using BlueStacks.

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Ratings

5.0 out of 5 - 1 reviews

Older versions

1.1.2 (4)2024-03-03
You’re trapped in a malfunctioning virtual reality with no memories. No memories, except of every video game you’ve ever played. Jack into a wild night in a virtual world you’ll never remember.

Armed with puns, pop culture, and a sharp dose of sarcasm, can you muddle your way through levels of satirical video game pastiches, back to reality?

Adventure through virtual worlds alongside a delusional gamer, an actual emo vampire (who really wishes he wasn’t an emo vampire), a poet from outer space, and a dashing princess in shining armor, among others! And perhaps, just perhaps, learn a bit too much about the kind of person you are when the real world isn’t watching.

A satire of the trapped-in-a-video-game genre, and a tragicomedy on the theme of dating sims.

"Don’t Wake Me Up" is a 400,000-word interactive novel about love in video games, where your choices control the story. Entirely text-based, and driven by your imagination. It is written by Baudelaire Welch, a professional game screenwriter currently working as a companion character designer for RPGs.

• Play as nonbinary, male, female, straight or queer.
• Travel through 6 worlds inspired by different video game genres
• Wield a weaponised top hat
• Rack your brains in a spaceship escape level inspired by old-school adventure games
• Compete in a classical music-themed monster truck rally
• Lose yourself in a cyberpunk casino
• Date the Ultimate Video Game Fanservice Vampire
• Or, date the Ultimate Video Game ‘Best Girl’ Waifu
• A period piece honed in early 2010s internet cringe
• Bifurcates entirely halfway through the game based on your love interest.

Sometimes true love is a wrong dialogue choice.
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