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Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion

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Can you survive 1000 rooms of cute terror? Or will you break once the cuteness starts to fade off and you're running for your life from the unspeakable hideous beings that shake and writhe in bowels of this house? They wait for you, they wait and hunger for meeting you. They long to finally meet you and show you how flexible your skin can be after it has soaked in blood. Will you brave this journey, will you set to beat the impossible, the insane, and the incorporeal?
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Lag Studios
Lag Studios
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  • OS: Vista
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 1.3 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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Last Modified: Nov 17, 2023

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Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
So... i saw this on steam and in many videos on youtube, and i though when its free to play why don't i give it a try? i Started the game and i directly know what to do... i have to go throw 1000 rooms. sounds easy to me. The first 50 rooms... nothing really happend, i got scared by a wooden cutout poping out of the wall... it gets me sometimes ( nearly always when you dont expect it). finaly reached room 50. ok, theres a save station. i continued. then the first chasing monster appeared. sometimes you get scared and youre about to panic. but then after a while. you outrunned them.... then i continued.... EVEN more enemys, some giving you Static and fogy screens, hallucinations, some of them even move when you dont watch them... it seems that there different monster from different games ( for example in the " a Mansion inside another mansion" room, were the specimen behaviors like the guy from clocktower) every room got something new in it... there many Specimen in the house. but can you survive them all and reach room 1000, to the end of the house? or is there even a end? spooky doesn't now it, so you better find out. i recommend it, give it a try! why not. its Free to Play, and DLC will come out too.
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Early Access Review huhu, in the following little Review I only describe my first Impression of the Game. If you don't dare play this Game yourself, but still want to know how the Game is structured in principle, just stop by This Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrsBfXBVh38 To my first Impression. I played the Game several Times yesterday and will be streaming this for my Viewers in the near future. ~ ~ The following Content may have been carefully written without Spoilers, but could perhaps contain some xD .. ~ ~ For a Free2Play Game, it's a fantastic Job. It is witty, has a funny design but has nevertheless been kept shuddering. + Graphically, the Game is for an F2P Game Top. + Only one-two missing Settings irritated me a bit & annoyed me. (For example, you couldn't play it in Borderless Mode & couldn't change the Resolution.) -The Ambient Sounds and Music have been well chosen for a Horror Game. + I just lack a lingering Background Music here, which should instill even more Fear in me. -Story: The Notes are meant to convey a Story to the Player. So far, all I could see was that this has completely changed in certain Sections (One Section is 50 Rooms), but I didn't think it was too bad. + Recommended for Players who just Fancy a horror game but don't know what to play. Btw. the promised Jump Scares may have arrived a little too late, but they were both rather cute and shuddering:D.
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