Ghost Simulator

Contains adsIn-app purchases
63 reviews
Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

You’ve never known what would happen after death. And now that you have woken up in a dusty attic, it is time to figure out what happened to you and meet the family living in your home.

"Ghost Simulator" is a 300,000-word interactive horror novel by Morton Newberry where you haunt a family in the American countryside.

Customize your powers and be the ghost you never thought you would become. You are the apparition who stands in the darkest corners of the manor and the poltergeist who plays with the furniture. Invade dreams and turn them into nightmares, and possess people to control their actions. Shape the destiny of those living in the place you once called home.

Speaking of them, you will not only meet the Brooks family but delve into the intimate details of their everyday lives. Samantha is a writer who moved in with her family in search of inspiration for her next novel—and she might not like what she finds. Samantha is married to Michael, a nurse anesthetist haunted—among other things—by his past. Ollie and Amber, the teenage siblings, try to find their place in the world while living with a dead person. Together, this family will become the key to understanding your past life—and humanity itself.

Scare the Brooks family, shatter their hearts, and annihilate their dreams. Or protect them, help them find love, and encourage their ambitions. In uncovering the circumstances of your death, you may find that this family’s story is more entwined with your own than you had realized.

• Play as male, female, or nonbinary. Death embraces everyone, after all.
• Attend a family dinner as an uninvited—and dead—guest.
• Recall the person you once loved. Are they still alive?
• Disrupt the lives of the Brooks family—or become the new family member.
• Turn skeptics into believers—or use your powers without drawing attention.
• Help a horror writer to pen a best-selling novel—or destroy her work • completely.
• Choose your ghostly powers, such as possessing the living and invading their dreams.
• Protect a haunted man from himself—or let him descend into a spiral of self-destruction.
• Help a teenager impress his highschool sweetheart—or destroy their relationship.
• Go to the first Halloween party since your death. People might even play with Ouija boards!

This is the story of a haunted house. A house haunted by you.
Updated on
Oct 12, 2023

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

59 reviews
Socially Undead
October 18, 2023
It was great... until the last few chapters. It started to be obvious that they were rushing to finish, with an abrupt final appearance of the villain and slapped together endings. Up until that point you could see the love and care put into the decisions... but for all those decisions to amount to just this weird, rapid ending sequence, it felt awkward and kinda bland. It's a good game that didn't exactly know where it was going so it sort of slowly died at the end from pacing and bug issues.
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Claira Dykes
January 7, 2024
It's a fun concept, but there's still quite a few continuity mistakes that take away from the game. Individual choices feel like they don't really matter in the moment, and when characters reference them later it feels surprising that they even remembered what happened.
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October 12, 2023
I really enjoy the concept and most of the execution, but the reason that I am giving it a full five stars instead of four is that the author included a proper changelog (version info). It is a chore to have to to to the forums (assuming an author even bothered to document it there or it is even them making the update) to see what has changed.
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