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Scary Stories for Kids 2

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Sep 8, 2016 | 7:11 AM EDT

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Felipe Femur and his monster friends are back just in time for Halloween and the Day of the Dead! They’ve come prepared with more than twenty scary stories that both kids and adults will enjoy: In a Room Thick With Darkness, The Voice Beneath the Bathtub, Is It on the Menu? and many more chilling tales!

In this Halloween campfire stories app, Felipe Femur the Skeleton, Gummy the toothless werewolf, Runny the not so wicked witch, and Sunny the sun-loving vampire each have a set of unique, chilling tales of terror to tell around the camp fire and are more than happy to tell them again and again. They are joined by a ghost, a banshee, a musical crab, a magician, a lagoon creature, a black cat, an alien, and more paranormal friends! Each story comes complete with horrific sounds that are certain to send shivers down spines and give goose pimples. Each is perfect for a scary night in an eerie old house after a little trick or treating in costume or for a creepy camping trip out in the spooky wilds. For the best experience, gather around a campfire and read each haunting ghost story aloud; maybe cook up some s'mores over the fire, before heading to your coffin or tombstone to sleep... or at least trying to sleep with the threat of nightmares these tales of horror are sure to deliver. From bumps in the night to ghouls and ghosts, these chilling tales to tell in the dark are free and fun and sure to delight! If you're a fan of scary books or creepy TV shows, we're confidant you'll enjoy the Scary Campfire Stories for children app--Scary Stories for Kids 2--and the twenty plus short scary stories 4 kids to tell in the dark it includes.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Confused at first until it scrolled to the right. Great stories and atmosphere, though. This is perfect for Halloween.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I was expecting a more interactive game. Try adding music that may help the player get in the mood of the stories being told. I checked some stories and there doesn't seem to be any sound ques, try adding sounds to some things like people walking or water splashing, you can even make the words on each paragraph appear little by little and add sounds as the story requires them.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

If you're compiling mobile games for web, maybe you should change the controls(add a button to move the screen, instead of dragging it with mouse), cause I had no idea what to do at first.
Also, the background noises disappear after some time.
And... it's not really a game, I mean, it doesn't have a lot in terms of interactivity, it's just a bunch of (not really)scary stories.

But the graphics are nice.