The Horror genre is one of the most preferred genres by gamers nowadays and has witnessed a great revolution in the past few years. Game Developers are now producing more and better horror games for all you horror fans out there.
But for those who are new to this genre, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered! So, dim the lights and grab your blankets as we’re about to unveil our list of Top 5 Horror Mobile Games.
List of Top 5 Horror Mobile Games
Dead Effect 2
Dead Effect 2 is a console-quality action sci-fi shooter and the sequel to the fan-favorite, Dead Effect. Inspired heavily from Doom and Bioshock, just like its predecessor, Dead Effect 2 has some great visuals and offers over 20+ hours of campaign gameplay.
The game is narrated by professional voice actors, which makes you feel as if you’re watching a movie instead of playing a game. Fans of the prequel will absolutely love this game.
CASE: Animatronics is a first-person stealth horror game where you get to play as a detective, locked in his own office, and survive the night while dodging the terrifying animatronics. The game is evidently inspired by the prominent horror game Five Nights at Freddy’s.
But unlike the latter, you aren’t just stuck in a single room only capable of closing doors and looking at cameras but are instead required to maneuver the entire office. With great gameplay and good quality, jump scares, this game is certainly worth your time.
Note- CASE: Animatronics is paid on Apple App Store.
Emily Wants to Play Too
Emily Wants to Play Too is a survival horror game, and the sequel to Emily Wants to Play. In the game, you get to play as a stuck delivery guy who has to escape from the zombie-looking girl Emily and her creepy dolls and mannequins.
Its gameplay is actually quite scary and is unsurprisingly very much addictive. If creepy dolls and mannequins give you the heebie-jeebies, then you might just end up enjoying this one.
Note- Emily Wants to Play is paid on Apple App Store.
Death Park is a first-person horror game set in an amusement park where you have to escape from a creepy clown who, for some reason, looks a lot like Pennywise from IT (the 2017 Horror flick).
Your goal is to solve puzzles while hiding from the clown. The game offers you 7 different maps to play in and multiple endings and never gets boring.
Now this one’s not exactly terrifying per se, but it’s undoubtedly the most addictive and fun to play. The main objective of the game is to escape from Granny’s house without getting caught within 5 days.
From solving a multitude of puzzles to strategizing escape plans, the game becomes tenser and tenser as you advance. You can check out its sequel, Granny: Chapter 2 here.