Tag: horror games

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[Update: Game Released] Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location looks to be getting a mobile version soon

Fans of the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise may have another game to sink their time into in the near future. Scott Cawthon, the developer behind the franchise, originally announced FNAF: Sister Location for PC, with no real mention of a mobile version back then. However, it appears that he’s been working on a mobile version as it look like the mobile version is getting closed to being released.

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Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location looks to be getting a mobile version soon

Fans of the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise may have another game to sink their time into in the near future. Scott Cawthon, the developer behind the franchise, originally announced FNAF: Sister Location for PC, with no real mention of a mobile version back then. However, it appears that he’s been working on a mobile version as it look like the mobile version is getting closed to being released.

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New horror game House of Grudge will be coming to Android shortly

Fans of horror games have a new one to look forward to called House of Grudge. Developed by Gameday Inc, House of Grudge is a horror adventure game that features the ever popular ‘room escape’ style of gameplay. If you’re not familiar with what this is, it is pretty much just like it sounds. Every time you escape a room, you will be in another room where in order to leave that room, you will need to solve whatever the puzzle happens to be in that particular room.

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The 7th Guest: 20th Anniversary Edition, now available as an Android exclusive

A remastered version of a rather famous game called The 7th Guest has arrived onto Android today in a special 20th Anniversary Edition. This release is also an Android exclusive, which is nice to have for a change. Originally released by Trilobyte Games in 1993, it won a number of awards between 1993 and 1994, ending up as the #1 rated game for 1994. Now that the game has turned twenty, it has been completely remastered and released onto Google Play today.