Halloween is just around the corner - pumpkins have been carved, pumpkin spice everything is around, people keep talking about spooky games. I love Autumn - and I love seeing all of the games that are out to continue to take you into this Halloween-festive world where you can live in spooky, scary worlds. I am not the biggest horror fan, but horror goes hand in hand with Halloween, so of course we need to add some terrifying games to this list - but that’s not all you will find!
You can find some creepy games, cute games with Halloween touches, fun games with Autumn themes and more on this list of great games for this time of year. Actually, these games can be good for any time of the year as long as you are a fan of Halloween and Autumn!
When you think of Halloween, there are probably some staples that come to mind like candy and monsters - and Candies ‘n Curses have both of these things! It’s a cute game where you are jumping around a haunted house, killing monsters, making combos, and taking on bosses. The currency is candy, which can be used to give you different power-ups, making you stronger as you take on more bosses. It’s Halloween in a nutshell!
Bendy and the Ink Machine is a spooky, slightly terrifying game where you explore an abandoned studio - taking inspiration from Mickey Mouse. The character Bendy has come to life and is haunting the studio you use to work at. As you explore around trying to find a way out, you have a constant uneasy feeling like someone is watching you or about to pop out from some corner of the screen. It’s up to you to find out what is going on.
From the creators of I Am Innocent, Sentence takes you into a small town where young girls are being kidnapped and murdered individually. The police have arrested a former cop on suspicion of causing these crimes, but it seems like he might not be who is really behind this. In this game, you will need to balance messages with friends and loved ones, hack databases, listen in on conversations, and find a way to find the real serial killer.
Speed dating for ghosts is a colorful, not so scary game where you are trying to possibly date another ghost! There are 10 different ghosts to choose from, each with their own personality and thoughts on how they might make a perfect match. You get to make choices as to what you want to say to them, seeing their reaction, and branching the narrative as you go. It’s a cute game, it has ghosts, it’s not very scary but it is very fun!
I love farming games, and some of you probably do too! In Monster Farm, you are growing magical crops like jack-o-lanterns, mushrooms, apples, mandrakes, ghost hay and more. You can then craft your products into different treats, creating candy for kids to get when they come to your house to trick or treat or to see the townsfolk and other lands. It’s a cute game full of Halloween references.
Haunt the House: Terrortown is one of my all time favorite, cute, Halloween games! You play as a little ghost who just wants to rest - but everyone is throwing parties. So, you must enter into each house, and start haunting items and terrifying guests so that you can get them to leave and allow you to rest in peace. The game is cute, quirky, and well worth a look this Halloween.
A creepy yet someone cute game with a cult following, Little Misfortune is a point and click adventure game where every moment feels like something bad is about to happen. You guide a young girl on her last day on Earth, around a world that’s just a bit creepier and a bit rougher than the one we live in. It’s a really interesting adventure and one well worth taking.
A title with a lot of words, this hidden objects game is full of different images of both Halloween and Autumn, tasking you with finding hundreds of objects and selecting them from these pictures! There are over 30 levels taking place in graveyards, pumpkin passes, decorated homes, scary forests and so much more!
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Halloween City is a city builder where you create a world for cute little monsters! You can choose different biomes for monsters, breed them, and create your own army of monsters to protect your loot. You can then use slots to get more coins, raid your friends villages and level up your own monsters in hopes of keeping your treasure to yourself.
Everyone seems to be playing Solitaire at the moment, and of course, there is a beautiful Halloween version of the game for you to enjoy! Solitaire game Halloween tells a story about two twins trying to outplay the owner of a haunted mansion, so that they can get all of the candy of course! There are over 120 different levels in the game, providing a lot of content for you to explore.