Goosebumps: Night Of Scares Coming To Android And IOS

Goosbumps, starring Jack Black and directed by Rob Letterman, is making its landing into theaters this coming Friday, October the 16th. As per usual, the arrival of highly-anticipated family adventure films yields the deluge of film-themed merchandise as an attempt to capitilize on sales. In the midst of the sea of merchandise set to arrive on store shelves are video games launched to tie-in to the craze. Two different Goosebumps games are launching this week. Goosebumps: The Game, a text-based adventure game that serves as a prequel to the movie,  is launching on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles today. In addition, a hide-and-seek adventure game is arriving to mobile platforms on Thursday, October 15th.  Scholastic, Sony Consumer Products, Comsic Forces Studios, and Free Range Games bring us Goosebumps: Night of Scares.

The game plays as an adventure game, where players must use their wits, skills, and timing to avoid R.L Stine’s. In addition, to stop the beasts from destroying the city, players will need to solve puzzles to stop the menacing monstrosities.  The game will consist of motion sensors and touch-screen prompts that the player can control. There are a wide range of actions and outcomes for the player, making each moment different. For those that are able, the game will be compatible with VR systems for an immersive experience as well. Finally, JAck Black lends his voice and likeness to the game as famed author R.L Stine.

The game will land on the Google Play Store and the App Store this Thursday, October the 15th.

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Roberto Nieves

Roberto Nieves

" I'm Not a program. I'm a user." Sam Flynn, Tron: Legacy (2010)

To best describe is that ambition and a willing to do something are two of my strongest traits. They've allowed me to go places and do things. Extraordinary things. Maybe not change the world but make someone feel pretty damn good.

I've been playing video games for as long as I can remember. From the days of the Nintendo SNES and the SEGA Genesis to the PlayStation 3 and the Playstation Vita, gaming has been a big part of me. I like them for their art, creativity, gameplay, and most importantly, FUN! Fun is what matters. What's the point in playing a game if it is not fun? Everything else is secondary.

Now I game on Sony's platforms as a member of the PlayStation Nation. I'm a gaming enthusiasts and I respect other games and their platforms (At least when they are not restricting me)

PSN ID: Vectorman88