A collection of the best horror games and apps available. There are a lot of "zombie" games, so to keep this list limited, I included only the best game in each genre unless there is something unique or interesting about the games in the same genre.
As featured in TegraZone, The Walking Dead is a five-part game series (Episode 2-5 can be purchased via in-app) set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. Play as Lee Everett, a convicted criminal, who has been given a s...
A new psychological horror adventure game from the creators of the successful Decay series.
Sam has ended up in an institution named "Reaching Dreams" to get rid of his drug addiction and his miserable life.
But during the first night, something...
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The Best Real Slender Man Game. Collect 8 pages / Save 8 kids. The Most Recommended Slender Man Game Ever!
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Undead Pixels are coming! Prepare to defend yourself.
Buy new weapons, get ammo and pulp hordes of zombies!
How many waves can you survive? Features:
• Optimized for Mobile and Tablet
• Buy and upgrade new weapons!
• Tons of zombies to kill!
The Martians have invaded! Can you survive long enough to save Earth from extinction? It's 1913, and war is hell—especially when the enemy you must face are terrifying Martian warriors. You are Gus Lafonde, fearless scout and soldier—and you must sur...
Don't let the simple cute visuals fool you. This squad-based survival horror game is as tense as anything in more realistic games. Survive as long as you can, stay calm, and don't shoot your buddies. Highly recommended.
A modern horror CCG where you control squads of humans, werewolves, vampires, or demons. The gameplay is automatic so there is little strategy. The mechanics are interesting and the artwork is decent for a small studio.
An overhead action arcade-style game. No story, just try to beat the high score. Killing zombies increases your score, but lighting them on fire increases your multiplier. A really fun and simple game with great graphics. High-end device required.
An original CCG that uses bases and a game board, and functions like a turn-based strategy game. Set in a 20th century era of secret societies. Fans of The Secret World, Call of Cthulhu, or pulp adventure will enjoy this game. The art is good too.
With sooooo many zombie-themed FPS games available, which one do I recommend? CKZ 2. It is the clear winner. The graphics are amazing, it includes melee, and playing is easier because there isn't a separate "fire" button. You fire automatically.
It had to happen sooner or later, a zombie puzzle game. It's actually pretty well thought out, and involves matching survivor types for attack bonuses. It's not just a generic puzzle game with a "zombie" coat of paint slapped on. Recommended.
A "modern" MMO where you play as a vampire fighting other undead and human vampire hunters. The graphics are a bit dated, but it's enjoyable, especially if you're tired of playing MMOs that all have the same medieval fantasy setting.
A simple driving obstacle course game similar to Happy Wheels with striking visuals and a dark soundtrack. A sequel of sorts to "Bad Roads". Doesn't contain the gore of Happy Wheels, but does have a werewolf on a bicycle.
A first-person horror game similar to Slender where you search for laptops instead of pieces of paper. AGaming is a great horror studio, but it's too bad most of their games are only in Russian. Prequel to Cbet/the light.
Has a nice Silent Hill feel to it, but the zombie AI is terrible, and the whole game is very shallow and gets boring quickly. It's too bad because with a little work, a story, and a little atmosphere beyond fog and zombies, it could have been great.
I wasn't too impressed with the original Dead Trigger, but the sequel is very good. Everything is better, especially the levels. You actually have room to move around this time. One of the best FPS games available on Android. Highly recommended.
What do you get when you cross Happy Wheels, Carmageddon, and the Zombie Apocalypse? Earn to Die. The graphics are more gritty than similar games, and the vehicle variety makes this far superior to "Oops! Zombies", which was previously featured.
Based on the board game adapted from Arkham Horror of the same name. Lead investigators through danger and stop the Great Old Ones. This game is very hard and requires a lot of luck, but the art is amazing. Now includes a new Dark Pharaoh expansion.
A first person endless runner game similar to Into the Dead with a Mummy theme and set in the 1940s or so (based on the style of weapons). The production quality isn't as good as Into the Dead but the setting is unique and the there are different...
A short but well made adventure game featuring hand-drawn artwork and a moody soundtrack. Some of the puzzles were quite clever. It only includes part 1 (the farm house) but for a dollar it's very impressive.
A fantastic psychological horror adventure game featuring hand-drawn animation. It's too bad that it's only in Alpha at this point, but this is shaping up to be an amazing game. Download it for free and support the developers with your feedback.
An adventure game with zelda-like overhead visuals and gameplay that reminds me of Amnesia. Surprisingly scary for a game with such cute visuals. Lead two kids through a randomized castle and evade countless monsters to escape.
A Slender-like game where you rob a haunted house instead of finding pages in the woods. You can use the eye symbols to see through the eyes of the roaming ghost. The ghost isn't scary but maybe ballerinas are scary to some people.
If you enjoy Tim Burton's brand of mild horror (Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie) but also enjoy platforming puzzle games, you'll enjoy this endearing game about a boy who's deathly afraid of bugs.
A car combat game similar to Carmageddon or Twisted Metal. Instead of fighting or racing other cars, you travel around running over or otherwise destroying zombies that are roaming the streets. Enjoyable, but needs car vs car racing and combat too.
A console-quality stationary FPS defense game with Halloween monsters rather than only zombies. The gameplay is simple and enjoyable, and the graphics are very impressive. If you enjoy arcade or joystick shooters, you'll enjoy this game.
A point-and-click adventure game where you must escape an abandoned jail where you're being held by a serial killer named "The Burner". The game isn't very long (< 30 minutes to beat), but it's well made.
An original endless running and physics game. Fling pigs at the vampire to help his power up and run faster. Get hit and you slow down. Clear a path and escape the angry mob or it's game over. Charming and stylized visuals. Excellent.
From the makers of "Ellie" comes another (darker) escape game. You have been captured by a serial killer and must escape before it's your turn to die. Fans of "slasher" horror movies and adventure games will enjoy.
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A combination endless running and shooting game. Shoot Lovecratian aliens as you try to escape them, luckily you have a gun with infinite ammo, those are handy in most situations. Stylized but simple graphics and gameplay. Recommended.
This zombie FPS is unique because as the zombies attack your town you cooperate with your neighbors. The graphics and gameplay are hopelessly outdated, but I appreciated that the game goes beyond fighting zombies and gives you a sense of place.
Remember Oregon Trail? It was the bee's knees back in the 80s. This is a "modern" update that places you in the zombie apocalypse instead of the old west. All the retro action you remember, now with 100% more zombies!
A jump scare game where you tap and swipe around the screen to interact with the environment. Its often difficult to know if your tapping if having an effect though. Based loosely off of real stories. Enjoyable for fans of similar flash games.
A puzzle game where our stationary hero must take out zombies by using the environment to his advantage. Sort of like those bubble shooting puzzle games, but with zombies. Enjoyable for puzzle game fans.
An adventure game from the legendary minds that created the Monkey Island series. Join a customizable team as they delve into a living cave that uncovers the truth behind each unique character. A masterpiece.
A psychological science fiction game where a janitor working in a government building discovers how to travel through time. Now he must use his time traveling abilities to stop the extinction of mankind. Superb adventure game with an eerie atmosphere
A side-scrolling action brawler/shooter featuring gorgeous manga-style console-quality graphics, and an undead-battling Nun protagonist wielding a mighty scythe. What's with all the Nun games all of the sudden?
A part comic, part "choose your own adventure" game that's meant to be a prequel to the AMC show, and draw in fans of the original comics. A bit short, but it's meant to be more a promotion for the show than a fully realized game.
From the studio that made Dark Meadow comes WWZ. Navigation is similar to Dark Meadow, with combat based on an on-rails shooter with auto-fire rather than Infinity Blade. Melee consists of dodging. Some glitches in combat. High-end device required.
A zombie survival game inspired by DayZ. Unlike most attempts to copy DayZ, this one is actually good. Uses episode missions to keep area small. Controls take some getting used to, and you want to avoid combat when possible.
A 2D defense-style survival game. The graphics are colorful and detailed, and the gameplay is smooth. My only complaint is that it is largely "pay-to-win", but worth playing for a bit until you can no longer advance.
Why run around during the zombie apocalypse and risk getting eaten when you can sit in the safety of a gunship and blow zombies up by the dozens? This game allows you to play as the gunner in an arcade-like turret-shooter with stylized but realistic...
A console-quality dual-stick shooting game. Similar to Zombiewood, with a darker atmosphere. You can customize your character and refuge so there's more too do then just buy weapons. Rebellion is a mainstream game company that worked on Battlefront.
An endless running game based on Subway Surfers rather than Temple Run. Depending on which kind of sub-genre you enjoy, you can get this game of Zombies Don't Run below. This game is more light-hearted than scary.
A Temple Run-style endless runner game set in a zombie-infested post-apocalypic city. The bright daytime setting of the game takes away from the horror aspect, but I suppose it would be too hard to play if you couldn't see that far in front of you.
A turret-defense game with a realistic zombie theme. Quality graphics and visuals for a genre with traditionally minimalistic graphics. The simple gameplay allows this to be an easy game to recommend to casual gamers.
The problem with most zombie FPS games is that they aren't scary. Zombonic is scary. A 360° tilt controlled stationary FPS similar to Beachhead. Tilt to rotate your view and tap on zombies to shoot them. Easy controls, but a hard game.