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The Charnel House Trilogy

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

65

Top Critic Average

28%

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Based on 18 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCApr 16, 2015

Developer: Owl Cave

Publisher: Mastertronic

Genres: Horror, Adventure

A train's whistle sounds in the dead of night. Snow falls on deserted tracks. Somewhere, in the city, a woman prepares to leave on a journey that will change her life. Somewhere, in the country, a man drives to his final destination. Witness The Charnel House Trilogy, the chronicle of one fateful night aboard a train bound for Augur Peak. Three thrilling, horrifying adventure games in one, from the depths of the Sepulchre, starring Madeleine Roux, Peter Willington, Jonathan Grier, Jim Sterling, and Ben Chandler as Grub. With art by Ivan Ulyanov and Ben Chandler, and music by Jack de Quidt, nervous_testpilot and Bryan Henderson.
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The horror of The Charnel House Trilogy makes a slight mark, but it's not a lasting one.

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A superb piece narrative experience that never outstays its welcome, but does leave you wanting more.

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'The Charnel House Trilogy' is a point and click genre game that will please fans of eerie atmosphere and casual gameplay, but will likely fall flat for others.

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The Charnel House Trilogy is a great rainy afternoon pulp horror game, with just enough creepy imagery and top-notch atmosphere to mull over in the days after. It ends up feeling like a short, albeit exciting, prologue to a great adventure game.

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