Horror at Innsport

4.8
610 reviews
1K+
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Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

Horror at Innsport is an exploration adventure game inspired by Lovecraftian fiction, where players explore and investigate a large open world map, progressing though an engaging and exciting story. It is a mobile phone adaption of the classic text-based adventure genre, similar to the point-and-click classics. The game combines a bleak environment, an sense of underlying dread, and several action sequences with moments of comedy to keep you entertained.

As a sequel to the acclaimed "Horror in the Darkness", our protagonist arrives at the small fishing village of Innsport searching for young Lacy Wentsire. Reclusive and decrepit, the village holds it's own secrets and doesn't welcome outsiders.


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Updated on
Sep 3, 2019

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4.8
610 reviews
Helen Brandt
March 18, 2021
Horror at Innsport is much more developed and intricate than Horror in the Darkness, and an excellent sequel. The map is better, the plot is deeper, and the display is more streamlined. And you can save whenever you want! If you like being forced to navigate all possible options in order to progress in a mystery, I highly suggest this game. Fair warning, some actions are less intuitive than others, which may be the most painful aspect of the game for some. But... YouTube is always there ;)
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A Google user
December 13, 2019
I really enjoyed the first entry, Horror in the Darkness, and knew I had to see where the story went from there. Innsport delivers. It's longer than its predecessor and most of the puzzles require multiple steps and unorthodox solutions. There were a couple times when I had to use total guesswork/trial and error, but even with that, the atmosphere is still foreboding and consistently so.
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kos pap
October 7, 2020
2nd game of the series "horror at..." it takes over just wher the first one ended. It is bigger than the first one and now you can interact with people. The puzzles are not difficult but you'll have to think at times. What I would like to see improved is the music. Very lovercraftian but does not add any suspense. Believe me, with the right sound this game would be 6 stars. Well done anyway
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