Mixing up pixel-art style with FNAF engine to make a horror game is a no brainer to success in horror gaming world, and that's what Distraint is.
Distraint came out first on Steam, but it lately made his way to Google Play store, which means you will be able to check it out on your Android device.
1. Scary Clown
With all the crazy clowns over the past years it probably would have been the best idea to dress up in a clown costume. Yet, it's really the hands that make it scary.
2. Marie Antoinette
Marie was the last queen of France before the revolution wiped out the monarchy. She was killed in 1793. Imagine you're trick or treating and you just see this headless woman coming after you with her head literally in her hand.
Sister Location is a new the latest but probably not the last sequel of famous Freedy Fazbear pizzeria horror adventure, probably leaving both Freddy and pizzeria out of the equation.
Few months back we had a chance to watch the trailer with the upcoming new sequel of Five Nights At Freddy's game series. As you know, despite what Scott Cawton earlier said that there won't be any FNAF 5 he eventually decided to come up with the new game, and according to reviews you can read on Steam where this game's been promoted and distributed, he did a pretty good job. At a price of about 8 US dollars, you get a ticket to a new world of dangerous and creepy animatronics which is according to many player the best executed game so far.
One of the most promising horror games to be released this year is Japanese Yomawari: Night Alone. The game's been already available in beta for free download and now you can pre-purchase it on Yomawari Steam page for about 20 USD. It's expected to hit the market in October this year 2016.
Give little girl a flash light and send her out to walk a dog in a pitch black night. This is a recipe for success. Two minutes later and you'll already start seeing blood and gore. And don't get fooled by the overall cartoonish look and feel.
Webtoons is a website dedicated to online comicbooks where a large portion is contributed by Koren horror comicbook artists. The latest series called Shriek, which means 'scream' is a masterpiece of artwork, combining artistic visuals with sound effects.
Without getting into details let me just mention that episode 1, called 'A Ghostly Job' begins its dark story in a mental hospital where ghost sightings are reported occasionally. Whether these are just a product of pateients' distorted imagination or there is something going on, it's up to you to judge.