Free horror adventure game
Please Don’t Litter is a free short horror adventure game for Windows based on an interesting premise of a post-apocalyptic world. Garbage magically appears every 10 seconds in the sky and rains down. You play the role of a garbage collector that completes a series of tasks and interactions with characters that help you escape the dystopia in which you find yourself.
Developed by KenForest in just 72 hours, the game’s aesthetics are quite astonishing. If you have a taste for horror adventure games, Late Night Mop, Granny, and Beware the Shadowcatcher are similar games that are also 100% free and safe.
The Please Don’t Litter game has a creative concept that works well. The idea that garbage can rain down to earth from nowhere has probably never been done before, and the game will appeal to you if you’re looking to kill half an hour or so by playing a relaxing adventure game. The plot is short, but it’s intriguing enough to immerse you in the gameplay as you attempt to figure out what to do next to reach your goal.
The game uses retro 3D graphics with easy controls, making manoeuvring around the garbage dystopia easy. With the simple click of your mouse, you can move around, pick up garbage, interact with characters and explore interesting objects around you.
Entertaining interactions and ending
You can expect some entertaining and interesting characters along your journey. The surprising fight with your boss is a unique and amusing challenge. Although the storyline is relatively short, the mysterious conclusion to your adventure will leave you with more questions than answers, as befits the horror genre.
Creepy and fun
This game is excellent for you if you’re a fan of the sci-fi horror genre. The developer hit the aesthetics on the head with great 3D retro visuals and a not-too-complicated storyline. The developer used PS1 visuals, which fit the creepy, fun storyline well.
Although the game’s environment isn’t 100% and doesn’t quite imitate real life to the fullest, the visuals create an unsettling feeling that’s true to the horror adventure game genre. One can’t help but be impressed that it only took the developer three days to create this game from scratch.