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GENRE Action 
PUBLISHER Greenwood Games 
Alone puts players into a lonely house at night. Next to an open window, you sit on the couch and play the horror game The Witching Hour, while outside the wind rustles through the woods. But after the first few minutes of the game, strange things start to happen in the house. Stranger and stranger noises, which are actually coming from the game on the television, are suddenly in the player’s living room, creating a spooky atmosphere. Doomed to motionlessness on the sofa and unable to investigate the dragging noises in the attic or the whispering voices, players are at the mercy of their imagination and growing paranoia.


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