Asylums haven’t had the greatest representation in video games. With games like Outlast and Asylum, games that take place in or around institutes for the criminally insane are shown in a stereotypical fashion, with crazed, dirty inmates. It’s up to us to break these stereotypes — and Asylum Jam is a fantastic start.
Before we get on that, let’s check out Asylum Awaits, an indie horror game that brings with it another silly and wholly unrealistic portrayal of an asylum, only this time there are aliens.
Previously on The 13 Days of Horror…
Day 1: John Carpenter Would Approve Of This Free Halloween Game
Day 2: A Horror Game Where You’re Hunted By Robot Velociraptors
Day 3: A Pizza Delivery Gone Horribly Wrong
Day 4: Bunny Man Is Sexy Paranormal Activity
Day 5: Maere Is True Psychological Horror
Day 6: Slender Man Returns In The Nine Pages
Day 7: A Terrifying Game Of Hide And Seek
Day 8: The Screecher Is More Than A Little Unnverving
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