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13 Days of Horror

Andrew Otton / October 19, 2015 at 11:00 AM / Blog

It’s near that time of the month again here at TechRaptor where we have our Theme Week. This month, we wanted to make it a bit more spoOOOooky and have it go for 13 days instead of our regular seven.

The normal ol’ Theme Week has been expanded to include several Games You Never Heard Of (GYNHO) articles that will feature some games you probably have never heard of and a few you probably have. In any case, the point is to just show off a cool Horror game for you to check out.

So other than featuring some games, we’ll of course be talking about all sorts of other Horror related items, like what technology goes into haunted houses, the many forms of horror gaming, mechanics, and more!  Each day we will have at least one article to look at, so keep an eye out.

The 13 days of Horror kick off today of course and will end on Halloween. Below you will find a list of articles we published related to the 13 days. 

Horror Games You Never Heard Of – Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth by Kyle Lawrence

Horror Games You Never Heard Of: The Dark Eye by Robert Grosso

Horror Games You Never Heard Of: Harvester by Alexander Baldwin

Aimless Lament – Binding of Isaac And The Horror of the Unknown by Alex Santa Maria

Game Changers: Alone in the Dark by Robert Grosso

Horror Games You Never Heard Of: Nosferatu by Robert Grosso

What Makes a Survival Horror Game? by Jason Ashman

The Many Faces of Horror by Kindra Pring

Horror Games You Never Heard Of – Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem by Andrew Stretch

Scary Moments in Mario Games by Bryan Heraghty

Stairs Review – No Jumpscares, Pure Horror by Kindra Pring

Virtual Reality, the Next Playground for Horror by Kindra Pring

Horror Games You Never Heard Of: Sweet Home by Robert Grosso

Do you have any suggestions for a Theme Week in the future? What do you think about the Theme Week idea? What sort of changes would you like to see? What is a Horror game you know about that many probably don’t?


Andrew Otton

Editor in Chief

Editor in Chief at TechRaptor. Lover of some things, a not so much lover of other things.