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Game Information

Available on:PCOct 31, 2018

Developer: Incendium LLC

Genres: Action, Adventure, RPG

Phantom Halls is a squad-based side-scrolling comedy-horror game. A group of teens from the Occult Studies Club set out on an assignment, but quickly find themselves attempting to survive a night in a haunted mansion... Prepare to face the undead terrors that stalk the phantom halls! Squad up to escape alive using whatever you can find, but remember - you can’t kill what you can't see, so be sure to bring a flashlight!
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Reviews

While it can be challenging, Phantom Halls is a cheesy horror movie lover's dream game. The combination of fun gameplay, RPG elements, and an oddball story about the "Slayer Club" (wink wink) in their efforts to save their town show just how far Incedium is willing to go to show their love of B-movie Horror. There are so many callbacks to iconic franchises (Evil Dead DLC anyone?) There's some definite challenge as well, which I think many will enjoy.

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Procedural dungeon crawler Phantom Halls is the incredibly frudstrating love letter to campy horror that fans never knew they needed.

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Phantom Halls is a fine example of comedy and horror done right whilst also being a pretty damn good roguelike too. Incendium has laid down a fresh marker for getting the balance of these three elements to work cohesively and effectively.

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Phantom Halls was a lot of fun. I really appreciated the B-Horror esque feeling that it gave off which when combined with the graphics and the gameplay elements just worked. Having played in Early Access and now in Full Release, the gameplay was just as solid but the small additions and refinements just made an already good title that much better and this will be one worth coming back to especially for Halloween!

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