Intriguing and Terrifying First-Person Horror Game
SpookyCellar takes the notion of nightmares to an entirely new level. Anyone who has been searching for a white-knuckle game that will keep them on their toes will not be disappointed with what awaits.View full description
- A minimalist design adds to the sense of horror.
- The graphics and sound effects are amazingly "spooky" and realistic.
- Some players have complained that the jump scares can be a bit repetitive.
- I high frame rate may cause older operating systems to slow down.
SpookyCellar takes the notion of nightmares to an entirely new level. Anyone who has been searching for a white-knuckle game that will keep them on their toes will not be disappointed with what awaits.
First-Person Gameplay and Suspense
SpookyCellar provides the player with nothing more than a flashlight and his or her wits. Set within a dark and mysterious maze, the main goal is to discover clues and to interact with mystical creatures hidden throughout this noire quest. In fact, some have even equated the overall gameplay to the popular Slender Man franchise. There are five different levels to conquer and as the user is not provided with any type of heads-up display, their sense of loneliness will feel truly overwhelming at times.
Cutting-Edge Graphics and Sound Effects
One of the features which sets SpookyCellar apart from its contemporaries is the fact that the developers have created highly detailed graphics and realistic sound effects. This should come as no surprise, as this is the very same firm that created Town of Things. The use of dynamic AI further heightens the overall experience.