Creepy Tale MastheadCreepy Tale Masthead

Creepy Tale

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating


Top Critic Average


Critics Recommend

Based on 10 critic reviews
Spread the word:

General Information

Available on:PCFeb 21, 2020
Nintendo SwitchJul 10, 2020

Developers: No Gravity Games, Deqaf Studio

Publishers: No Gravity Games, Deqaf Studio

Genres: Adventure, Platformer, Puzzle

While walking with your brother, everything turns into horror and drags the hero into a series of terrible events. Your brother has been kidnapped, and you are left face-to-face with an ominous forest filled with dangers and strange creatures. Solve the puzzles that you meet on the way, do not let yourself be caught, and save your brother! Find out the dark story that befell the once-calm and peaceful forest, turning it into a creepy place filled with evil. Perhaps it is you who will be able to solve all the secrets of the forest and save the peaceful creatures? 1. Creepy atmospheric puzzle 2. Elements of a classic quest: collect items and use them in a wide variety of cases. 3. But this is not only a quest, you will have to hide, run away, jump high, and even ... learn to play the reedpipe! 4. A truly creepy soundtrack and beautiful 2D art will take you to a dark tale and give you few unforgettable hours!

Creepy Tale Critic Reviews

View All (10 total)

Creepy Tale never relies on typical puzzle tropes, and has a wonderful art style that is both unsettling and beautiful in equal measure. It's to clever for its own good, and the amount of times you'll struggle far outweighs the enjoyment of solving the mystery of your missing brother.

Read full review

Gorgeous game with a short, yet enticing story that left me wanting more. Just be sure to bring your patience with you before trying to tackle the puzzle-based gameplay.

Read full review

Creepy Tale is aptly titled; it had no trouble giving me goosebumps. The gloomy atmosphere is aesthetically pleasing and the cryptic puzzles will tease your brain, bordering on frustrating at times – patience and trial and error are key attributes here. This one will likely appeal to fans of point-and-click style puzzle games with horror elements.

Read full review


Becca S.
6 / 10.0

Taking everything into consideration, Creepy Tale‘s full asking price on the Nintendo eShop is perhaps a bit steep. But if you can pick it up on sale, it’s probably worth a play through for its atmosphere alone.

Read full review

Audience Reviews

There are no audience reviews yet! Click the button below to add the first one!

Where to Buy

Creepy Tale - Launch Trailer thumbnail

Creepy Tale - Launch Trailer

Creepy Tale Screenshot 1
Creepy Tale Screenshot 2