This is the official free mobile version of Emily Wants to Play.
It’s 11pm, and you are at the last house on your route. The lights are on, and the front door is opened. But, the windows are all boarded up and the grass is overgrown. It seems like a strange place to deliver a pizza, but at least, it looks like someone is home.
You run to the front door since it’s storming pretty bad.
“Hello!? Your pizza's here!" You announce. No one answers. There's an eerie silence.
You are getting soaked from the rain, so you hesitantly step inside the door and look around. The front door suddenly closes behind you.
You just wanted to finish this last delivery and head home for the night. Now you must figure out how to get out of this creepy house.
Freely roam the strange house and try to figure out what is going on. Three dolls and a strange girl named Emily will also start roaming the house as the hours toll by. Stay away from them, but if you do end up in a room with one, figure out how to stay alive.
This may be your last pizza delivery.
In the mobile version of Emily Wants To Play, a bad storm causes the power to go out right away. But don't worry, Emily is here to help. :)
Increased range to interact with items.
Increased size of interact button.
Dynamic frame rate and resolution adjust.
Ratings and Reviews
Too many glitches!
At 5 o’clock it is ridiculously based on luck! Meaning unlike Fnaf you have to hope that certain dolls don’t spawn at the same time. If it happens you can’t do anything. WHAT! This is idiotic since a game shouldn’t be solely based on luck but strategy like the other hours were unless the devs didn’t create the game properly. Also you have to hope that Chester doesn’t spawn at the basement at the crucial time otherwise you also are screwed. Fnaf again captured this well since on the last night regardless of how hard it got the fast reaction time skill is something that remained constant unlike this game where last hour is dependent on luck.
The best game in the universe, some tips...
Ok I love this game sooo much. It really throws in details...which can hype up your nerves! Here are some tips to win the game. First, always do the opposite of what the board in the kitchen says, so look at Kiki, don’t move with mr. tatters, and run away from Chester. At midnight, stay in the living room corner across from the front door, where there is no doors next to you , but there is a lamp. Face the 2 doors diagonally from you and do the same until 2 o’clock. That way, Kiki will always be right in front of you and you don’t even have to move for mr. tatters. At 2, go in front of the garage door and stand VERY close to it, ready to open it. Don’t move until Chester comes ,that way you can run away super fast and then go back to the living room. At 3 o’clock, stay in the same area , except more into the corner. There is a door behind you for Chester, Kiki will be easy to find and mr. tatters is super easy ! Then, just find Emily 3 times at 4, and at 5 try to pretend the dolls aren’t there and look for Emily (but still be aware...actually helps!) . At six, just run out! Again, great game and btw these tips will 100% make the game super easy, and try to avoid headphones cause it makes the game way to nerve wracking... so do this and you will win every single time! (Find a quiet place to play so you can hear everything)
Love the game, but...
Okay don’t hate me on this, because this game is absolutely the best. I do have a few issues with it. If you haven’t played the real game on the computer, then you should know that the power doesn’t go out in that version, but on the phone it does. This alters the gameplay in hour 4 because Emily won’t kill you because you can’t turn on the lights, where as in the computer version, she will kill you if you turn them on. Another thing I want to point out is that I’m the computer version, when you fall through the floor in the room next to the kitchen, Emily pops up and kills you, but in the phone version, she doesn’t. It makes me wonder if Emily Ever gets a chance to kill you. But you REALLY should get this game! I love it and I play it all of the time!
- Shawn Hitchcock
- 320.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- © SKH Apps LLC (c) 2015-2018
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.