Nocturnal Visit is a very short horror PSX game that can be downloaded for free. It’s from software developer MoiDev available on Linux, Windows and Mac OS. Your character makes the wrong decision to explore a very rundown and supposedly abandoned house in the woods at night.
Your character is a blogger finding content for a new article. It’s on you to explore the house and find clues on whether the home is actually haunted. Nocturnal Visit is similar to horror games like Harmful, [ECHOSTASIS] Prologue, Haunted Warehouse and Pacify.
More on the story
As mentioned before, Nocturnal Visit is a concise game; you can beat it in ten minutes or so. This means that it’s action-packed during the whole experience, consistently keeping you on the edge of your seat.
As a blogger in a small town, there have been rumours going around about a small house in the woods; the house is rumoured to be haunted. Since you’re busy putting together a new article, you’ll go to this house and investigate whether these rumours are true. You’ll find out the truth through intricate clues that can be found in the house.
In-game controls and more
As Nocturnal Visit is a short game, the controls and tools found in the game are few. On a side note, the developer also highly recommends that you make use of high-quality headphones for a better overall gaming experience.
You’ll have a flashlight to start out with, which is very handy in the darkness. It sets the theme for a survival horror game, which can make several moments feel intense.
Short and spooky
This game is overall well put together for fans of the horror genre. It’s available on three different operating systems and the controls couldn't get much simpler. It won’t take up much of your time, so it’s well worth the playthrough.
What makes it stand out is the intense moments when searching through every section. The sounds and graphics add to the atmosphere, giving you a chilling experience. While the gameplay is short, it will keep you intrigued throughout the game until you complete the final stage.