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Alone in the Dark to sneak onto the App Store at midnight tonight

By , on May 14, 2014
Last modified 4 years, 5 months ago

Alone in the Dark, the game that inspired the survival horror genre back in 1992, is finally making its way to the App Store.

The iOS version of the Lovecraft-inspired chiller has you solving the murder of Jeremy Hartwood. Letting you take on either the role of private investigator Edward Cornby or the victim’s niece Emily, you must complete the various puzzle’s that fill Hartwood’s manner to unravel the mystery.

Alone in the Dark

Naturally, this port of the Atari PC classic feature’s new controls to optimise the experience for touchscreen. Controls aside, though, we're keen to see whether time has been cruel or kind to this infamous entry in the horror genre.

Appropriately, Alone in the Dark will be appearing on the App Store at midnight, where you'll be able to buy it for 69p / 99c.

[App Store link]