Urban myths are stories that may or may not have been believed to be true. Unlike most, some are actually based on real events. One of them, takes place in a haunted forest, near a cemetery, on the borders of a city, near you.
User reviews: Mixed (647 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 1, 2014
Popular user-defined tags for this product:

Sign in to add this game to your wishlist or mark as not interested

Buy Real Horror Stories Expansion

 

About This Game

Urban myths are stories that may or may not have been believed to be true. Unlike most, some are actually based on real events. One of them, takes place in a haunted forest, near a cemetery, on the borders of a city, near you. Many consider this place dangerous late at night, because there are things happening that nobody knows of or wants to know.

Real Horror Stories is a point and click horror adventure. The goal of the game is to clear each level. At first it may seem easy but the choices are not always what they seem. You will need to find the right combination of objects to click in order to proceed. Along the way you will encounter puzzles that you need to solve in order to advance to the next level. However, once you understand the gameplay , ghosts , demons and monsters jump out of nowhere to take or scare you! The game is very creepy, especially if you try to play it at night. You will definitely get into the mood immediately. Turn the lights off, put on your headphones and try it...

Features:

• The Ultimate edition of the popular internet game
• All levels altered for the most terrifying experience
• Even more jumpscares!
• Graphics updated to HD
• 17 levels / 6 NEW horror puzzles
• New alternative ending
• Additional help guide (red spot)
• Tips/Support document included

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: XP/Vista
    • Processor: Any
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Any
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 120 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7/8
    • Processor: Dual-core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
Helpful customer reviews
29 of 30 people (97%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
This game is just terrible in general. It makes no logical sense, inspires no emotion of considerable note, and is generally just not entertaining. I bought this game thinking,"Meh, it's less than a candy bar." and right about now I wish I had bought that candy bar instead.
Posted: April 4
Was this review helpful? Yes No
61 of 85 people (72%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
I was born in Bosnia. My parents were killed in the wars, and I was left an orphan. I was adopted by an old turnip farmer, and he raised me as his own. I thought that my life was going to be ruled by poverty, but one day, fortune struck. An old laptop fell off the back of a truck. and it was mostly unharmed. I knew what I was destined to do: make Let's Plays of Minecraft and Spooky Games. I started squatting in an abandoned house above a Starbucks, stealing internet from them and luckily, the old house still had power.

I had hit a brick wall, though. I didn't have any money, and I only had food and water from the farm, and from discarded pastries and half-caf diet iced caramel frothaccinos with cigarrette butts in them that people so carelessly left on the tables as they left the store, or went to the bathroom.

After months of despair, today, yes today ladies and gentlemen, was the day I finally found a game I could afford. For only nineteen cents, this game would launch my Let's Play career, and I would make millions of Youtube dollars.

I fished a quarter out of a wishing well and ran as fast as I could to the farm. I asked my adopted father if I could have the money from his Mastercard if I gave him the same amount in cold, hard cash, and when he said no, I just took his credit card and bought it anyway. Don't worry, I put both the card and the quarter back in his wallet soon after.

Ladies and gentlemen, today is the day I start my Let's Play career, and when the money I get from videos from this game starts rolling in, I'll finally be able to buy Minecraft and start making millions.

Ladies and gentlemen...you're looking at the next PewDiePie.
Posted: August 19
Was this review helpful? Yes No
167 of 274 people (61%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
So spooky, so real, only buy this game if you're prepared for TRUE horror. This game brings the word "spooky" to a whole new level, buyers beware.
Posted: April 20
Was this review helpful? Yes No
18 of 18 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
This isnt a horror game :( This is hilarious
Posted: June 24
Was this review helpful? Yes No
756 of 834 people (91%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Creepypasta Attempt #1:

I got on Steam and saw this game on the first of April and bought it because I thought it was an April Fool’s joke.

Scratch that.

Creepypasta Attempt #2:

I got on Steam and saw this game on the first of April and bought it because I’m an idiot.

No, no, no.

Creepypasta Attempt #3:

I got on Steam and saw that I had been gifted a game. I didn’t recognize who sent it and the message along with it went as so:

“Dear Withering Soul,

You are lost in your pitiful life. Test your limits.”

I downloaded it with hesitant fingers clenching the mouse with building tension. The game started and I was thrust into a dark forest. I clicked a birdhouse, then a doll, then A SPOOKY .JPG CAME OUT! I was now by a crying woman. I clicked a swing set, then the woman, then A SPOOKY .JPG CAME OUT! Later I went to Hell for some reason and there were three hanging, farting dead people and A SPOOKY .JPG CAME OUT!

This was Real Horror Stories Ultimate Edition. I hated this game. I hated it. I hate, hate, hated it. I don’t hate it because it scared me, but simply because it bored me. The only thing scary is that the creator is getting money for this bull. You loosely swing between random places and have things pop out at you. What people forget is there is a difference between being horrified and being startled. This game startles you for brief seconds. Which can be okay, but I didn’t get startled at all. This game TRIES to startle you for brief seconds. The only problem is that you’ll be bored to tears between the “scares,” so you just don’t get scared. My shoulders jumped once and I think it was because a fly landed on my arm.

I can’t recommend this unless you saved up money from selling cards and you don’t feel like buying DLC. Don’t tell all your friends not to buy this because they’ll go out and do it anyway. Just ignore the game and forget about it. That is the worst thing you can do about terrible horror games: feel nothing and see them as irrelevant.
Posted: April 1
Was this review helpful? Yes No