13 Overlooked Indie Horror Gems to Haunt Your Sleepless Nights

Gray Dawn (Interactive Stone)

When a priest finds himself accused of the murder of an alter boy, he must seek out answers and evidence to prove his innocence in Gray Dawn.

While the visuals of this game clearly stand out among other indie titles, it also has the gameplay to back it up. Players explore the world in first person, tormented by talk of the murdered boy, which triggers horrifying, demon-filled bouts of madness. Gray Dawn is not for the squeamish, but if you don't mind a little gore with your game, you should not pass it by.

Published Oct. 12th 2018

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