In Scorn, you take control of a humanoid lost in a nightmarish world filled with odd creatures and strange organic structures composed of machines, flesh, and bone.
Bigger, bolder and better than A Plague Tale: Innocence in every way. A Plague Tale: Requiem is a spectacular experience. One that will stay with you long after the end credits have rolled.
Developed by No Code and published by Devolver Digital, Stories Untold is an anthology horror game that features four stories of varying quality with different styles of gameplay.
An old-school text adventure/visual novel from RobotPumpkin Games and released by Assemble Entertainment. The Innsmouth Case takes its inspiration from The Shadow over Innsmouth, the horror novella by H. P. Lovecraft.
Cheap, ugly and as about as scary as a broken-down funhouse that is to be retired that night, Allison’s Diary: Rebirth is a horror-themed walking simulator.
The Womb Ripper strikes again! Inspired by giallos and utilising low-poly PS1 style graphics, Bloodwash is a survival horror game by Jordan King and Henry Hoare, and published by Torture Star Video.
Set in Italy during the late 1970s, Wheels of Aurelia is a visual novel that attempts to ‘buck the trend’ by making driving the focal point of its extremely limited gameplay.
A light blend of farming simulation, exploration, gathering, and pet care, Clouzy! seems like it would the perfect game to unwind with, except it’s blighted by small annoyances and issues that stop it being as good as it wants to be.