I wish to all of you guys Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year 2017. These photos are to remind you not to get carried away by Christmas Spirit, and keep in mind that evil lurks all the time and comes in so many different forms. Who knows who's behind that Santa's mask. Stay alert and keep your eyes opened. See you next year :)
This is not the first time I've been contacted for publishing some creepy pasta, so I decided to go out and ask you for help and ideas..
This is one of several messages:
"Hey dark. I was just wondering if you had any good creepy pasta stories to recommend? I've read a lot of the really well-known ones (Jeff the Killer and such) but I have yet to find one that really gets under my skin. Would really love some good "after dark" reading material. Thanks! :)"
So, if anyone writes creepy pasta, or have a good story to recommend, I will start publishing it in 'news' section. Later, I might decide to create dedicated category just for pasta. If you write pasta yourself, you can send your work on admin at darkhorrorgames.com
Ok, so we are grown up people now, not some kids anymore to believe in vampire stories, werewolves or witches. On the other hand, it seems as if we had just too many zombie movies and games and that there's practically nothing new that developers might come up with as a surprise. Even if you think so, please take a look at this video enlisting some of the best upcoming zombie games for PC, PS4 and XBOX One. And than, think again. Have zombies become obsolete? What do you think? I say, lower your window blinds, sit back, have a nice drink and enjoy!
Dead Rising 4 by Capcom- The game has been released in 2006, but 10 years later it finally come to Play Station 4. It's a zombie killing infestation - a typical survivial type of horror game. You're playing as Frank West a war journalist and your main objective is to figure out what happened and get out withing 72 hours.
State of Decay 2 (2017)Sure tons of games features zombies, but few have gotten the survival aspect of them right. there's not much fear with zombies anymore and with so much material floating around we become immune to the fear of zombies. Or not :) ?
The Walking Dead: Season Three by Telltale GamesTelltale made a lot of bad decisions, and I am really hoping that does not continue in Season 3.
Days Gone 2017: Open world zombie apocalyptic survival game and it looks like it's getting everything right. The main character is on survival quest after losing his girlfriend, who we don't know what had happened to but that's what you're about to find out.
Resident Evil 7: The one you might be waiting for, right? It's done as a first person perspective game because of VR, which is something that might put off some potential players, and not just because of VR, RE was always first person game.
Dead Island 2 TBA: More like a first person shooter than survival game.
This is joke, obviously, but the project is real, and Canadian team responsible for horror game Outlast is serious about releasing it, after raising enough money on Kickstarter.
The product in question are diapers for adults, in case they feel urge for number #2 when game scares the s*%t out of them.
Here's the Kickstarter's video
and here's a link in case you'd like to donate a small financial contribution:Underscares kickstarter project
Sara is Missing is a horror game with unique concept: you are trying to figure out what had happened to a missing girl by searching through the messages and pictures on her cell phone.
In fact, somehow you have come to posession of a cell phone, which used to belong to a girl who is in danger and is being searched for right now.
You communicate with the artificial intelligent system by giving offered answers and you generally agree to participate the investigation.
The game feels very realistic and the concept is very inovative. For that reason it has been already rewared with 'Jury's honorable mention' at the Internation Mobile Game Awards for South-east Asia.