Developers really embraced Halloween this year by releasing a variety of new apps and app updates, but unfortunately two anticipated horror titles did not make it to the App Store in time for October 31st. As we mentioned last week, Scott Cawthon's Five Nights at Freddy's spin-off, Sister Location was delayed due to it being too mature, and the 80's inspired slasher puzzle game Slayaway Camp is still waiting for its App Store debut. The good news is that both games are currently available on other platforms. Cawthon is releasing an unofficial mature version of Sister Location in chapters to Game Jolt, and Slayaway Camp is currently available on Steam.
Here are some games that did make their way to the App Store in time for Halloween.
Dexter Slice ($2.99) In celebration of the the 10th anniversary of Showtime's Dexter series, Gazillion Entertainment has released a puzzle game to the App Store. Dexter Slice is the spiritual successor to Slice HD. The goal of the game is to move sharp blades to reveal buttons that you must quickly push before the knives slide back into place.
Hitman: Sniper ($0.99) The popular mobile shooter from Square Enix has received a free limited time All Hallows’ Eve update. Now through November 24, Agent 47 will have access to a deadly crossbow called the Exorcist, and the protagonist in the Montenegro region will be dressed appropriately for the holiday.The Forgotten Room ($1.99) Play as paranormal investigator John “Buster of Ghosts” Murr in this spooky point-and-click adventure game. Murr must crack the case of Evelyn Bright, a 10 year old girl that went missing while also solving the mystery of the forgotten room.
A Killer Time (Free) Have A Killer Time trying to keep your zombie head up in the air for as long as you can before you realize the terrible, fatal mistake you have made.
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The interactive Legend of Sleepy Hollow ($2.99) Relive the classic Washington Irving story, Legend of Sleepy Hollow, with all-new interactive illustrations, animations and soundtrack.