White Night

3.1
228 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this game

After your car mysteriously crashes in the forest, you find shelter in an old and sinister mansion. As you explore your surroundings, strange events start to occur around you. Do you have the courage to unveil the house’s macabre past? Little by little, investigate, gather information and discover what lurks in the dark…

“White Night. Black-and-white, Hitchcock-esque, and very cool.” – Kotaku
“White Night will scare you in style!” – Hardcore Gamer
“White Night Is Beautifully Unnerving” – Rock, Paper, Shotgun

HORROR ON MOBILES - The critically acclaimed survival horror comes back in a mobile version that features revamped controls, an adjusted saving system as well as an overhauled interface.

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE NOIR - Discover a unique black & white art style inspired by masterpieces of the film noir genre.

UNVEIL THE PAST - Investigate a nearby dilapidated mansion and interact with your surroundings in search of aid and answers.

SOLVE PUZZLES OF LIGHT & SHADOWS - Collect matches to light your way and solve puzzles based on the use of light.

AVOID APPARITIONS - Confront the nightmares of the past on an adventure in which darkness is the enemy… and darkness is everywhere.

CLASSIC SURVIVAL HORROR EXPERIENCE - White Night is both a survival horror with its own identity and an homage to classic horror titles.

Filled with psychological horror and melancholy, the story of the game will unfold as the player discovers the dark events which built the manor a past, spinning a yarn in the style of an old noir story that you would be reading at candle light. Plunge into the mysteries of White Night!

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Oct 13, 2020

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3.1
228 reviews
Gustavo N.
July 7, 2020
A unique and fascinating game! I enjoyed it thoroughly. Enable virtual pad and highlight objects in the settings: it makes life so much easier. Even so, controls take some getting used to but it's not game-breaking. Striking visuals, a noir aesthetic, a disturbing horror tale, and many collectibles really bring the story to life. Quite a challenging experience at times, but the game carries it well; I never felt like rage-quitting. Minimal permissions; well worth the cost. A pleasant surprise.
25 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 21, 2020
Just started playing, finished chapter one, but already in love with the story and artstyle. A cool noir for both the black n white look and detective dialogue. Will say had same issues from other reviewers and will try joystick getting back to it and update review on controls. The look makes some things hard to see but purposeful as you feel like youre searching for clues instead of handing them to you and an icon appears when you do. Also condolences for your brother, lost mine sometime ago.
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A Google user
January 31, 2019
I really want to like this game. It's got a great atmosphere and seems to have a pretty decent story, but the controls are absolutely terrible. Like, I spend so much of my time fumbling around to try to try to tap icons as they pop up. Also, there doesn't seem to be a way to review media (photos, newspaper clippings, diary entries, etc) other than tapping the icon when you find a new one. Why not have a button to make it easier to recall these notes?
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What's new

* 64-bits architectures compatibility;
* Increase stability;