After playing these games below, you will be obsessed with them for a long time.
Doki Doki Literature Club
A virtual dating game, you play as a male student who joins a literature club just to flirt with girls. A bunch of cute anime girls turn the game into a paradise. However, everything has just begun. When your crush, Sayori, commits suicide. You actually discovered the game.
Immediately after Sayori’s death, the game forces you to create a salvation. However, things gradually became chaotic. Two of the other girls meet and bring a terrible ending. The last surviving member of the literary club admits that she manipulated the other characters just for your love. Shocking she claims not to love the character you control, she loves you, who is sitting behind the screen to play. The gloom cannot be stopped even if you exit and delete the game.
The people who make Alien: Isolation games have worked very, very hard to make you feel paranoid. Alien: Isolation tried to recreate the game of extraterrestrial hide-and-seek, an almost unbearable feeling of anxiety when Nostromo’s crew tried to survive the deadly traps of the original movie.
Every decision that developers make is focused on promoting stress. Alien: Isolation uses the perspective of the first person to make horror even higher. The game gives new AI capabilities to give you the impression that it is learning. Most importantly, the developers decided to let their enemies off-screen as much as possible, causing anxiety to increase.
Five Nights at Freddy’s
Unsurprisingly, Five Nights at Freddy’s quickly became one of the most popular titles on YouTube. It has everything you would expect from a horror movie, but encapsulates it in a game that even children can enjoy. Of course, Five Nights at Freddy’s won’t do anything without making you bounce out of fear. When one of Freddy’s deadly mechanical animals catches you, it doesn’t just attack. Instead, it loudly jumped out of the shadows, pushing its deformed and damaged face right into the camera.