Granny is an indie horror game based on the Unity engine. It was released in 2017 by DVloper and is now available for free on iOS, Android, and Windows.
Gameplay: Indie Quest Horror
The gameplay of Granny is pretty typical for survival horror. You are locked up in Granny's house and have five days to escape. The main door is locked, and you will have to explore the house and search for items, which will help reach freedom. The Granny herself is the opponent: she pursues you after you make noise, and in case you fail to run away, you get struck by Granny and lose one day of your time. The character gets slower with each hit, and the screen is filling with blood more and more, blocking your view.
Graphics: The Horror
Granny is an indie game, which means you shouldn't expect much from the graphics. They are not very realistic, the interiors are pretty empty, and the visuals lack details. The Granny herself is not truly scary visually, as her model is very edgy and unrealistic. The textures are of low resolution, the light requires much more work to become decent, and the ads will interrupt you from time to time. However, the sound effects are good enough to reach some immersion: the house squeaks and creaks, attracting the Granny's attention. It is not realistic enough to scare you, but the overall experience is pretty interesting.
Controls: Nothing Special
The controls are also pretty basic, as the game does not offer many new mechanics. You can control your character, pick up and drop the items and interact with some objects by, for example, hiding in a wardrobe. It is comfortable enough to play Granny, but the interface is also imperfect: the captions and buttons are not attractive and stylish. The interface is fine and does not distract you much from the gameplay.