Pamali, which means abstinence, prohibition or things that should not be done at a certain place or time because they can cause evil.
Stifled is a great and interesting experience, because it is different than other. But on the other hand, the story leaves much room for speculation – maybe too much. If you’re sensitive to this topic and you don’t want to risk being disappointed now, I would recommend to grab it for a discount later. Besides that, it is, as I said, a great little horror walking simulator with a surprisingly innovative gameplay mechanic.
With SIMULACRA, Kaigan Games delivered a masterpiece. Building up on Sara Is Missing, this game has been improved in every possible way. It looks better and smoother, recreating a more believable phone experience. Voice and video acting is more professional (although still a bit overacted at times) and the story is more believable.
In ‘Home Sweet Home’, we have to think of ways to survive, by being stealthy, hiding from evil spirits and also solving some puzzles. The storyline is unique, and I think it’s one of the freshest story-lines I’ve ever played in Asian horror games.
The Letter is a visual novel made by Filipino studio Yang Yang Mobile and it takes the consequences of such a chain letter very seriously. The game is inspired by Japanese and Korean ghost stories such as The Grudge or The Ring, so players might have an idea what to expect already.
Taking a closer look at Our Darkest Night – a 2D survival game from Thailand currently in Early Access.
A preview of “Stifled” an innovative horror video game from Singapore with an echo-locating system.
Yang Yang Mobile’s ‘The Letter’ is a visual novel with horror elements from the Philippines.
Sara is Missing is a visual novel with horror and detective elements for Android devices.
Lunar Eclipse is a virtual reality horror game for mobile devices looking for support on Kickstarter.
A closer look a the demo of the Malaysian horror game Tell No One.