Emily wants to play is a survival horror game a bit like outlast

Curiosity is strong with your character as stepping into an abandoned house would be on everyone’s list of “things to never do.” Emily and her three creepy 4-foot dolls want to play with you, but you don’t have the option to say no. Survive the night, or at least prolong your death as much as possible. It will gradually get more difficult as every passing hour means a twist in the gameplay. If you think one doll prowling around the house in search of you sounds beyond scary and suspenseful, wait until the friends join in.

Emily Wants To Play employs a similar format to the Five Nights at Freddy’s games but instead of days, you must stay alive throughout one night with levels being divided into hours on a clock. Mercifully, each stage only lasts for roughly six minutes of real-world gameplay, although they usually feel much longer. Survive them all and you get out. Die and you’re sent back to the beginning of the hour. Each stage introduces a new challenge, usually in the form of a new doll, and each doll has a different set of rules you’ll have to learn to avoid their attacks.

One of the things that makes Emily Wants To Play so scary is its lack of instruction regarding how to survive each doll. In fact, it even goes out of its way to troll you into doing the wrong thing. In the kitchen you’ll find a whiteboard with a tip written on it that changes in each level, but it purposefully tells you the opposite of what to do. Once you’ve figured that out, you’ll still have to learn the nuances of each enemy through trial and error in order to understand their exact rule set.

Conclusion

I’ve  never been so scared to play a game before even the before you the load the game the application picture looks scary with an evil doll looking at you I  could see this game been very good at VR mode make your heart race really fast then with jump scares I really enjoyed the game very much trying  to stay alive for as long as you can. Its’s quite  cheap for a good jump scare £5  $5 on the PSN store.

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