Granny is a first-person horror game that's inspired by Five Nights at Freddy's. You have 5 days to escape the house while hiding from Granny, who doesn't want you to go.
The Creep Factor
Granny is a free game with a certain creep factor: the noise. You and Granny are both aware of the noise you're making. The squeaky sound of a floorboard is enough to tell her where you are. When it happens, you should quickly find a place to hide. Still, it's a flawed experience. Things get confusing as you have to rely on trial and error to find places to hide. Once you have it figured out, the game becomes easy.
Since it's a free game, there are bugs that no one is going to fix. For example, Granny can get stuck and ignore the player.
Helpful items are hidden around the house. You should find them to escape. You also receive injuries during the time you're in the house. On the third day, for example, you walk with a severe limp. If you're caught, Granny swings a baseball bat in your head and ends the current day. . If you're caught, Granny swings a baseball bat in your head and ends the current round. You can also get knocked out by heavy objects or accidentally blow yourself up with a gasoline can.
If you're caught on the last day, the cut scene of being eaten by Granny will play. You can shoot Granny with the crossbow or trap her in the sauna.
You can make the game more interesting by changing difficulty (easy, normal, hard, or extreme). There is also a practice mode that lets you freely navigate around the house. Other than that, the game doesn't have much to offer. The Nightmare mode adds bloody textures and retextures Granny's model. All in all, a couple of hours is enough to discover all content.
Granny is an Indie horror game developed by DVloper. It gained popularity on platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. It features an unnamed player trapped in a house. You need to get out of there in five days. The game has spawned multiple clones, including Grandpa and Ice Scream. It is free, and you shouldn't expect much. Criticism is mostly targeted at multiple bugs and glitches.
- It's completely free
- Grotesque art and jump scares
- The tension slowly rises
- Sound effects are superb
- Regular technical issues
- Annoying add breaks