A little over a year ago I played a deeply unsettling indie horror game called Grey. It was the first game I featured in my Indie Horror Spotlight series, but that was before I started recording playthroughs. Now that I do, I figured I’d return to it. It’s absolutely the perfect game to play during the Halloween season with its slow build up of dread, visceral combat and twisted, Silent Hill-inspired monsters.
Watch me play it (again) after the jump!
If you would rather play Grey yourself, you can download it here.
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
Day 9: The Strangest Asylum I’ve Ever Explored
Day 10: You Won’t Believe This Horror Game Was Made In 48 Hours
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