Review for: New Casual Horror Games Coming Soon
New Casual Horror Games Coming Soon
Throughout the years, we have been blessed with great horror games. Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Fatal Frame System Shock, Dead Space, Slender, and Five Nights at Freddy’s as one of the few. As Games.lol continues to grow, we want to share with you new horror games to look out for this 2019! Horror games here consist of casual horror games that you can play infinitely…IF you can brave against the spooks though. Turn off the lights, grab your headphones and max up the volume for a hell of a scary time!
Slendrina: The School
The Slendrina series makes a huge return and this time, the game takes place in a forboding school. With no idea how you got there and what answers you need to find, one thing certainly lurks in the hallways: Slendrina wants you dead. With brand-new escaping tactics, a health system and an additional action that you can interact with her, Slendrina: The School brings the most ambitious game in the series. Also, the question remains at hand: Is Slendrina truly an enemy or a friend with a disturbing past?
Escape from the Hospital
Well, the title says it all. This not-so-hidden object game combines cheap but effective jumpscares and hard-to-find item finding. A zombie infestation has overwhelmed the hospital and you’re the only one left alive. As a guard stuck in the security room, you need to watch out where the undead are. However, you need to go out there and find missing items to make sure you escape without your brains eaten. Yes, it’s very similar to Five Nights at Freddy’s. Zombies may be an oversaturated theme but through Escape from the Hospital‘s perspective, they’re scarier than what you think.
Horror Forest 3D
You wake up in a forest full of dark forces and dead bodies. What do you do? The game’s dreadful atmosphere sets a great spine-chilling effect as you explore a demonic forest without knowing how you got there at the first place. You know you need to escape but how can you do it without knowing there truly is an escape route?