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I downloaded this game on a whim since pixel art and horror stories are both my jam. In regards to visuals, I was not disappointed. The lighting and environment are beautiful and wonderfully detailed despite the pixelated style. The “closer examination” artwork is also nicely stylized without detracting from the ominous atmosphere. My only issue, which is a rather large one for me, was with the story itself. Obviously I don’t want to spoil anything, but there were aspects about the plot that just didn’t seem to make sense in the light of the final conclusion, and overall it felt pretty lackluster and uninspired. There was nothing shocking or surprising and by the end of it I felt like I had had so many clues as to the conclusion that I was just ready for it to be over. Overall, this wasn’t a bad game, but at the end of it I wasn’t exactly happy for having spent money on it either.
This game is definitely worth the small handful of Loonies it costs. The story is fun to follow along and kept me engaged. Nothing groundbreaking—just a solid horror romp. The puzzles are not so hard that frustration gets in the way, but are still challenging enough to to be worth the effort. The character designs and overall aesthetic fit perfectly with the story. If I have any complaints, dodging the creature gets a bit tedious, but it’s a minor gripe and eventually you’ll learn strategies that work (Holly’s face when she gets caught is pretty great, though!). The app is cheap, so just buy it and enjoy a few fun evenings with headphones on in the dark. If it ain’t your jam, you’ve only lost the price of a cup of coffee. Me? I wore a stupid grin from the opening scene to the final (great) epilogue. Thanks!
So I enjoyed it, the visuals were cool and the atmosphere was creepy and fun. I loved all the things to interact with and the puzzles were engaging but I feel like they left loose-ends. Part of this kind of thriller is in getting the answers actually piecing things together. And the reveal of her being in love with not the friend you might typically have expected falls flat and doesn’t add anything or in my opinion actually count as an actual twist. Idk I would have liked this to be better knit together story and horror/thriller. For that I’m glad it wasn’t an expensive game but save for feeling unsatisfied with the ending it is a good game, I wouldn’t play it over but I’m not upset that I did. And for a game for the spooky season it fits right in
It’s hard to come across actual horror titles on mobile so I’m happy to find them when I can. Overall this is pretty good for what it is. Controls and gameplay are very well done and had some effort put into them. I do wish the monster encounters weren’t so repetitive and simple but it could be far worse. Happy I gave this a try. Hope more people come across it as it deserves far more ratings.
Eight interesting chapters of story, puzzles, and evading death. A bit of gore and a lot of mystery. Fun little jumpscares too. What I loved: -The graphics. They aren’t pixelated out of laziness; there’s a ton of detail in every location. -The use of stereo sound. Makes the monster(s) sneaking up on you much creepier, plus great ambient noise (use headphones)! -The dialogue. I actually cared about the main characters. What could have been better: -The ending (*no spoilers*)...there are more than a few loose ends. Certain plot points seem to be there just to add more horror gameplay without ever being explained. Regardless, I gave the game 5 stars because it’s clear a TON of effort was put into this. Wish there was a sequel!
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Worse Than Death has 16 user reviews.
Worse Than Death has an average rating of 3.6.
The latest version of Worse Than Death (1.0.7) was released on Dec 04, 2019.
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A TERRIFYING NEW ADVENTURE FROM THE CREATOR OF "HOME"!
TESTED TO WORK WITH:
- iPhone 5SE, iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus and newer (8, X, XR, XS, 11, etc.)
- iPad Air 2 (9.7") and newer
- iPad Air (10.5") and newer
- any iPad Pro
- iPad (9.7") 2017 and newer
- iPad Mini
(2019) and newer
DOES NOT WORK WITH / HASN'T BEEN TESTED WITH:
- iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6/6 Plus
- iPad Air (< 2017)
- iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4
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WORSE THAN DEATH is a scary, emotional thriller about a high school reunion that goes horribly wrong. As Holly runs for her life, desperate to rescue her best friend Flynn from a terrible force that's hunting them both, she must survive unexpected truths about her home town, her friends, and even herself.
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“For those who have been binge-watching the latest season of ‘Stranger Things,’ this like-minded genre mashup … may be a rather welcome dessert.”
— LOS ANGELES TIMES
4.5 / 5 STARS – "An incredible experience."
— TOUCH ARCADE
"I was hooked within minutes."
— MOBILE SYRUP
"Feels personal and terrifying at the same time."
— CGM ONLINE
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A HAIR-RAISING ADVENTURE!
Run, leap, crawl and hide through eight chilling locales in this pulp horror adventure game. You'll solve puzzles, use items that you find, and unearth terrible truths. But watch out! You'll have to make careful use of your environment to slip past the unseen horrors that now haunt the halls of your wretched home town. Make too much noise near a monster and it'll hear you, sending you fleeing to the next room for safety.
• Smoothly animated 2D visuals fused with original, high-res art drawn entirely by hand on an iPad Pro!
• Action-adventure gameplay that sees you crawling under objects, vaulting over obstacles, and racing for the nearest hiding spot to stay safe
• Rich, 3D positional audio that will get under your skin
• Three difficulty modes for extra challenge!
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