Sinister Edge - Horror Games 17+

Scary Adventure with Puzzles‪!‬

Everbyte GmbH

    • 3.7 • 137 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



• 2+ Million Downloads • incl. Gamepad Support • Free Demo

• 2 Million+ Downloads
• Local Hero Games Finalist on ITFS

On your desperate search for your family, Sinister Edge leads you to the edge of horror and despair!

Immerse yourself in a mind-blowing experience of unadulterated terror you will never be able to forget! By combining heart-stopping horror with the complex mechanics of an adventure game, Sinister Edge offers you an unparalleled experience.

Solve entertaining puzzles, discover atmospheric locations and escape from the evil lurking in the shadows, but never forget, you are not alone…

• Free Demo Version!
• Mindblowing 3D graphics
• Thrilling horror experience
• Challenging puzzles
• Supports external controller
• Incl. VR Horror Mode

• Use your virtual joysticks to move and look around.
• Go to an object and look at it in order to interact
• Tilt your device slightly to the left or the right in order to rotate an object

incl. free VR Mode:
Sinister Edge was specifically developed for VR platforms.
Simple and intuitive controls allow free movement even without the use of a controller.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.17

Updated privacy policy

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
137 Ratings

137 Ratings

M agic ,


Great game!
From start to finish, easily the best VR horror experience so far. The atmosphere is creepy, with nice graphics. The puzzles are pretty good, not too complicated, but challenging enough.
The music is really eerie and works well while trying to solve the clues. It keeps you on edge, which is what I look for in a good horror game. Never know when something might happen. All the sounds are great too, from the weird popping noises the main entity makes, down to the crackling thunderstorm booms you hear before entering the house.

There were times in the house, I got chills while walking to different areas. I recommend playing this with headphones for a true horrific good time!
Don't cheat yourself. If you buy the game, play through it and imagine yourself really being there. I like to scare myself, so that's how I like to play all of my games.

4 stars because the game is so short, yet still satisfying for a nice VR horror experience, worth paying for. Support the developers, so they can bring us a possible 2nd part to this!!!
Download it!

Grace Elizabeth Rodenbaugh ,

It looks really good but....

I have to give this game 2 stars because I got the game and I was really excited to play it only to discover that it wouldn't load... i would select what i want and it wouldn't load until I left the app and re-opened it. Then once it did finally get passed the home screen it would do the beginning of the game (the phone call between you and some guy) then I'd have to leave the app and re-open it to get to the loading screen then it's froze and won't load past that point. Very disappointed. It looks really good and from the other reviews it sounds really good too. Hope this bug is fixed soon. UPDATE: I updated my phone and re-downloaded the app and it worked!!! It’s such a cool game! The only thing I don’t like is that it’s sooo sort, I wish you got more out of the demo. But other than that it’s great and I definitely recommend if you want a quick scare! (Also I’m gonna give it three now because it worked)

Czech-it-out! ,

Ok, but not great

Maybe I was expecting too much, but this game fell short for me. I respect the devs for their effort, but I’m guessing the majority of the fun is in playing it in VR mode with headphones [cranked]. Since I was on a stand-alone iPad, I missed that element, and was left with controls that felt a bit wonky, primitive object interactions (attributed to VR?), and an atmosphere that lent itself to giggles more than screams. Still, if the game had been at least twice as long, I would have given it 4 stars, but it was so short and ended so abruptly (though the end was kinda “cute”) that the scariest moment in the game was when I thought, “Is that really the frickin end?” What there was I did sorta enjoy for about 45 minutes, but for 2 [measly] bucks I could have had much more fun with a decent point-and-click for about 6 hours or so (but maybe that’s just apples to oranges).

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