Cassidy is set in modern times where you're taken to a Manor that has gone through a horrific event in the 1950's. Playing in a first-person perspective as a crime and investigative student, it's your job to find out as much information as you can about what happened... and to try to get out alive.
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Mostly Negative (13) - 38% of the 13 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Mar 25, 2021

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“While being an indie game it is able to give you the scary sensation simillar to other games like Visage when exploring all the map, it mixes small details as the sound effects or some features in the map with the big events of the game that will gave you chills making a perfect combo that makes it scary either if you decide to follow the story or explore in your own.”
Beta Tester

“I absolutely loved this game. The story was engaging, the visuals were stunning and the ambience was perfect. You constantly felt under threat due to the sound of doors opening and closing, foot steps and banging that would sound like it was right behind you. Being defensless and only having the option to run and hide to escape the threat only makes the game more scary. All in all this is a great horror game.”
Beta Tester

About This Game

WARNING: This game will involve scenes of flashing lights. This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work; Frequent Violence and Gore, General Mature Content.

Developer Note: This is my first game, and I'm very excited to be able to release my game and have people play it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.

What makes this game different from all the other horror games?

  • Each chapter different from the one before, one focusing on psychological horror, another physical horror, and the last... you’ll have to find out
  • 3D surround sound
  • Fantastic atmosphere
  • Not dependent on cheap jumpscares
  • A multitude of features such as:
    - A night vision camera with a delay that will plunge you into darkness
    - A flashlight that reveals secret messages on the walls
    - Makes you dependent on both sight and sound
  • A rich backstory


Playing as a crime and investigative student, you're writing a thesis for your studies on the famous manor that's home to the gruesome murders that happened in the 1950s. Originally, the manor belonged to a friendly enough Grandma, whose husband died, and people started to see her less and less. They started to hear noises, and see strange red lights coming from it. Whenever someone went to check, the Grandma was nowhere to be seen, and the manor was empty. Eventually, a new family moved in, only to be the victims of a gruesome murder where the young daughter, Cassidy, was believed to have witnessed it all.


Going through a series of 3 chapters, you'll make your way through the manor, basement, and local area surrounding the manor to gather information and escape the grips of anyone chasing you. Using features such as a timed night vision camera, or hidden messages displayed by your flashlight, you can get through.

Each chapter is unique. The first chapter focused on psychological horror, made to build ambiance and tension. The second chapter will test your stealth. Sneak around the enemies and don’t get caught. The third chapter is a mix of the other two chapters, requiring everything you’ve learned to get through it.

This game consists of three main chapters:

The Manor
An ever-changing manor, once a hotel in the early 1900s, until an old lady only known as Grandma bought the hotel, and converted it into a home. The long corridors of the hotel still exist, and its empty rooms collect dust. The manor will be the starting place for you, as the player. You'll walk the halls, collecting information on your thesis, taking photos, and eventually... try to escape. The manor is changing as you go along, rooms won't always be the same, so make sure to check everywhere.

The Basement
The basement, directly below the manor, is where the hotel would store all its food and drink. Its old machinery will creak as you try to sneak around. It's dark, but luckily you will have a source of light to help you find your way around, but, I warn you, watch out for the delay. You don't want it to run out at the wrong time.

The Forest
A village hiding in the depths of the forest, one that no one has heard of. A village succumbed to the same doomed destiny as the Granny that lived at the manor. Taking over by new beings that know when someone doesn’t belong. Unfortunately for you, you’re that someone.

Paranormal Events

A series of paranormal events will occur during your playthrough of this game. Light bulbs exploding, changing rooms, random sounds and more will help build up an atmospheric experience and give you the horror game you're looking for.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

During this game you will see notions of suicide, dead bodies, and blood spread around. Violence but no gore (you won't see blood spraying off people)

System Requirements

    • OS *: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo U7600
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 510
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • OS *: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 530
    • Memory: 4 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 710
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
* Starting January 1st, 2024, the Steam Client will only support Windows 10 and later versions.

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