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Published on Saturday, November 22, 2014

There’s not a huge amount of horror gaming goodness to report on this week, thanks in most part to the festive season kicking off. That said, any horror gamer worth their salt would still take time out to peruse this short but perfectly formed collection of the week’s new horror game trailers, along with a rather snazzy free horror game for you to while away the cold nights. That and a link to an officially endorsed free to pay top down version of DayZ! See, there’s still plenty of blood to be spilled before Xmas…

The Hum: City Abduction

Short in-engine footage!

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NEW GAMEPLAY, because it's a new Dying Highlight.

Escape Dead Island Launch Trailer

Escape Dead Island is a single-player spin off in the Dead Island series. It is a survival mystery, where you follow the story of Cliff Calo as he attempts to uncover the truth about the zombie virus.

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Earn to Die 2 - Official Trailer

Official gameplay trailer for Earn to Die 2 - launches THURSDAY November 20 on the App Store.

Also coming soon to Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.

This War Of Mine Launch Trailer

A great new survival adventure game coming from 11-bit studio.

Killing Floor 2 Dev Diary: The Gore Part 2

Get a look at the weapons of the first-person action-horror gore-fest Killing Floor 2.

One After Another

Ready for your next free horror gaming fix? Of course you are. Allow us to send you off to one of horror gaming’s more familiar environments, that of an abandoned research facility. Once there we’ll happily indulge in an act of cliché and wipe your memories. Once that’s done we’ll give you the job of escaping. To achieve this you’ll be forced to wander semi-illuminated corridors looking for answers and a way out. You’ll also have to avoid a creature born of nightmares, hell-bent on ripping the flesh from your bones. That and a myriad of devious traps and pitfalls. One after another. Released as part of the Asylum Jam the game is yet another splendid example of indie talent and a horror game you owe it to yourself to play.

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