Peace together fragments of the past events, read between the lines, and look at things from a different perspective. All alone in the crowd, the cold grip of a confused and consuming rage will coarse through your veins.Read full description
In a peaceful part of the town, a series of deaths occur, seemingly random at first, but gruesome in their nature. One day, you find an object that doesn't belong in your house. An old, worn-out, stained mirror. That is the very moment when you'll discover that the simple mirror isn't the only thing that is out of place.
Explore the thriving streets of the small suburban area, search through the abandoned houses stained by gruesome past, and find out what haunts you through the silver pane of glass. As the game progresses and the more you approach the root of all horror, you'll realise that not everything is what it seems.
Peace together fragments of the past events, read between the lines, and look at things from a different perspective. All alone in the crowd, the cold grip of a confused and consuming rage will coarse through your veins.
Joana's Life starts by having you wake up in your house that you seemed to have just moved into, you can interact with some keys and a flashlight but can't pick them up until you need them, the doorbell rings and someone drops off a mirror which leads to messages and a dark figure appearing in your house. It's a short game that will only last about an hour. Any horror elements are mostly jump scares, figures that looks like Slenderman, and the extremely cliche child laughing, baby crying, and nursery rhyme singing invisible sounds. Graphics are better than most indie games in this genre. The price is low but this is one of many low quality first person horror games that has you looking for items or confused about where to go or what to do while a fairly nonsensical story plays out.
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