The Conjuring House is a paranormal horror game experience taking place in an old Victorian house where a team of psychics led by a journalist were sent in to investigate. Unfortunately, the stories about demons and ghosts that allegedly possessed this house turned out to be true. The idea behind the project is to bring back the old-school horror feeling, and I personally feel that these guys did it."We cannot kill the demon.... All we can do is to be protected against him"
To get this story to you, I've been contacted personally by Adil Dadda, who is game & level designer at RymGames, who asked me to inform you about this great upcoming horror game, now available on steam. RYM GAMES is an independent game studio but I am sure we'll hear about them more in the future. If anyone's interested, technology behind making this game is Unreal Engine 4."Beware....You're not alone!"
In short the game focuses on fear, stress, madness, terror and paranormal events. You should find all the necessary links down below.
- · Release Date : 2017
- · Developer : RYM GAMES
- · Genre : Survival-Horror
- · Platform : PC
Greenlit on Steam
Official YouTube Channel
The Conjuring House New Trailer
Game as work in progress
It was explicitly stated on several occasions by the author himself that there is NOT going to be a new FNAF, ever. Period. Well, Sister Location is not the 5th game in the series, I mean, it's not called FNAF 5, but evidently nobody is referring to it as just 'Sister Location' without having magical FNAF in title. In the end, it's another game with the same animatronics. Tomayto, tomahto.
Let's face it. It's all about the money, and milking the series is definently one good source of income. Some fans will certanly appreciate one more Freddy's pizza slice. Others might go for burgers though.
The game's been released on 7th October 2016 on Steam. Here's a link in case you're ready to pay 8 USD.
I went through players' reviews there and many are saying that this is the best game in the series with excellent voice acting. It's hard, shorter, contains all the aspects of previous games, a big improvement with better animations details and so on and on.. Overall many positive reviews.
I know there's an online Scratch version of this game and I'll see if I can find a download somewhere so will get back to you asap with new details. this below is an official trailer 4 months old.
As the series became very popular I decided to create separate website "ScaryFreddy.com" devoted only to Five Nights At Freddy's, with games, news and everything else related to this franchise.
Sometimes I indulge people asking for assistance, to spread the word about ongoing horror project, usually the game. First, let me get one thing straight, I do that absolutely for free, or I don't do it at all.
This indie game is silently made for about 3 years, and despite there are few people behind it, it truly looks great. It's called Lovecraft Tales, and it may be one of most interesting games taking place in Lovecraftian universe, from few reasons. First, it doesn't focus on "The Call of Cthulu", which is bit overused, it's based on "The Whisperer in Darkness", which makes it interesting. Another important thing is visual side, inspired by 19th century paintings, which fits perfectly for H.P Lovecraft works.
Despite it's truly worth it, it doesn't get enough contributions. It would be shame to bury such promising and good looking project.
So, I'd like to share info about this cool horror point click game which is in the middle of indiegogo campaign, that is it's crowdfunding. If you're in the position and willing to contribute, here's the link.
There's even free demo available on campaign page on indiegogo.
Shriek is a new webcomic horror series from webtoons.com that embeds scary gifs, sound effects and background music. There are several stories released so far, with the first episode A Ghostly Job by Dey. I know that these type of web comicbooks originate from South Korea. Yet the series has dialogs in English, so I really don't know whether they have been translated or what. As the author suggests, it's best if you read them at night, with your headphones on, unless of course you have a heart condition or something.
Episode 3 is also nicely executed: Scratching by Jingook lim. I liked this one becuse it's short simple and without too many dialogs. Not the best story though, but with good sound effects.