White Day Is An Interesting Remake Of An Old PC Horror Game

Horror games are quite a popular gaming genre, but they're definitely not for everyone. That being said, interesting horror gaming titles sure are a rarity these days, especially on mobile devices. Well, they're are rare, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. We’ve actually come across a rather interesting horror game quite recently, and even though it might not appeal to everyone, the game does seem to be quite interesting, and it does look nice as well. Anyhow, let’s see what’s it about.

The game in question is called ‘White Day’, and it is available in two versions. The White Day Lite is more or less a demo version of the game, you’ll be able to play one level of the game and that’s it. In order to get the complete White Day experience, you’ll be required to purchase the full game which will cost you around $7.5. Now, this might seem like a lot of money for a mobile game, but do keep in mind that the White Day is a full 3D horror experience, and it might be worth it if you're looking to such a game. All things considered, you’ll have to download around 2GB of data in order to play this game, and once you do, you’ll be thrown in a 3D world which offers a solid horror story, and most importantly, the game is very immersive. The ‘White Day’ game is not exactly new, this is a remake of a PC game which was released back in 2001, so that’s why it might seem familiar to some of you. The story revolves around a high school which is full of mystery, and you’ll be playing as Hui-min, one of the students at said school who ends up locked in the school area during the night. This high school is essentially possessed by various characters from its past which will give you the chills at times. You won’t have any weapons at your disposal in this game, so you’ll have to run more often than not, which makes the whole experience even scarier.

The game has 7 possible endings, which means you’ll be able to check out all of them, presuming you’re interested, of course. The game supports 8 languages, and looks really nice, despite the fact this is a remake of a game from 2001. Check out the embedded video and images down below if you’d like to know more.

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