5 Terrifying Android Horror Games to Play with the Lights Off — Free to Download
Don’t be ashamed to curl up in a ball in the corner. These Android horror games will scare the pants off of even hardened gamers.
Real time horror games are something you are not likely to find in any of the Play Store’s top game charts. It’s nothing to be worried about, really: A lot of people would prefer to be chased by a nice looking ‘monster monkey’ in Temple Run than to face the terror in horror games.
As horror as horror games sounds, most gamers still prefer the suspense, and don’t need swarms of disfigured monsters creeping at them at all times to have fun. Meanwhile, others want exactly that. In that light we have tried to strike the balance between the thrill-seekers and the ones who just want a creepy enough game that is simply incompatible with poorly-lit environments.
Eyes – the horror game – Download
Sick of Slender clones, but not the gameplay? Eyes – the horror game is exactly what you need.
In Eyes – the horror game you’re stuck in an old and abandoned house, in search of any valuables. You’ll soon find out you’re not alone, though.
You Are Surrounded — Download
You are right to be afraid! You Are Surrounded is a revolutionary virtual reality game that transports you into a zombie apocalypse The tablet (or smartphone) works as a window 1-1 to a virtual environment filled with hungry zombies.
This game is pretty much at the beta stages and likely to meet more improvement in the future.
Dark Meadow: The Pact — Download
Dark Meadow: The Pact is one of the best Android games you can come across this days. The high quality graphics used in the game makes it even more exceptional. Considering the relative unpopularity of the horror genre, the devs behind the game really deserve applause for the they’ve put into their masterpiece.
This game is creepy. It’s equal parts adventure, survival, and creepy, really. We won’t spoil anything. You’ll have to try it — it’s free.
Slendrina: The Cellar — Download
If you call yourself a horror junkie, there’s no way you haven’t heard of Slender Man. Originally available for PC, the game has a gazillion of clones for Android, most of which are pretty horrible and not in a good way.
Not Slendrina: The Cellar, though. Not only does it change Slender Man for Slender Girl (which is arguably even creepier), but it also effectively emulates the feeling of playing the original PC title. Give it a shot.
Slender Man Origins — Download
“Turn off the light, plug in your headphones and be prepared to meet him…” pretty much summarize the horrors of this game.
Slender Man Origin is the improved version of Slender Man for Android. The game boosted with good graphics dark scenes. Best played with the light turned off!
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