You may see a few articles floating around other websites right now about a developer who suffered a rather big defeat with one of his other games, called Retro/Grade, but is taking another stab at it with a new psychological horror game called Neverending Nightmares. Currently up on Kickstarter for additional funding as well as Steam Greenlight for voting, Neverending Nightmare is partly based on Retro/Grade creator Matt Gilgenbach’s own experience in dealing with mental health and the dark place he was after Retro/Grade.
Have you ever played those riddle games, where one person knows how a riddle is solved and everyone else tries to figure it out by asking only close-ended questions? As an example, consider the following: You’re a cop trying to solve a possible murder. The deceased has been shot, and there are 53 bicycles on the floor surrounding him.
A new and unique adventure, Tormentum – Dark Sorrow is being crafted for Android amongst other platforms, and the developers are asking for your help via IndieGoGo.
After a huge delay for Android devices, we have TellTale’s The Walking Dead season 1 on Google Play for all devices. Was the delay worth it though? Let’s have a look.
Today is Halloween and like every time this year we see an onslaught of games get updated with Halloween themed content as well as going on sale. This is a great time for Android gamers to snag a few deals and this year is no exception to that rule as there happens to be plenty of good games on sale today.
Sunside has announced that their upcoming alien abduction game, appropriately called Abducted, will be arriving onto multiple platforms including Android and Ouya. The company says that this game combines elements of RPG mechanics, horror themes and action-adventure gaming into one title.
We’ve talked a couple of times about this game already in the recent past, between plans for Whispering Willows to come to Android and it being nominated for three category awards in Killscreen’s OUYA CREATE challenge, and now we get to mention the game once more but this time it’s about the fact that it has hit up Kickstarter for funding.
Castelao Pictures has unleashed a horror game based on the popular Spanish flick “Rec” (short for record). If you’re unfamiliar with the name you may have heard of “Quarantine”. The movie was adapted on the U.S. shores to appeal to U.S market and received mixed reviews. Using a first person view you’ll follow along the story of the the original movie along with it’s sequel.
One game we are looking forward to launching is from Phosphor Games called The Dark Meadow. Built using Unreal Engine 3, this is a horror action game that reminds me of a sort of Silent Hill type of title but for Android instead of PC/console.
Well it is almost Halloween, the time where horror movie fans, zombie fanatics and everyone else get to dress up and go have fun whether it’s scaring the hell out of other people or working on your next dental bill with a ton of candy to eat. It’s also a good time to check out some Halloween type of games!