Experience the quiet terror of this 1-bit love letter to Junji Ito and H.P. Lovecraft. Navigate a hellish roguelite reality with turn-based combat and unforgiving choices. Experiment with your deck of event cards to discover new forms of cosmic horror in every playthrough. The inevitable awaits...
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Feb 27, 2020It's tempting to look at World of Horror and file it away for a rainy day, but don't feel like you need to wait until version 1.0 launches to crack some spooky cases. The Early Access build is already in a great place, and given the game's modular design, you shouldn't feel burned by future story updates. [Early access review]
Feb 19, 2020I won’t spoil the outcome of scissor woman investigation or anything in the story beyond that, but I certainly left the adventure satisfied. Sure, the game could explain its mechanical intricacies and combat systems a bit better, but this is still a work in progress. World Of Horror is overflowing with boogiemen that need a good thrashing, and I’m more than willing to keep dishing out exorcisms so that the folks of Shiokawa sleep a little easier. [Early Access review score = 80]