Wayward Manor Review
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The Budds, a dysfunctional family of misfits and eccentrics, have brought their own abysmal possessions into your humble abode and stifled your power. Each level is a playground for scares where players earn fear to take back control of the room. If you want free reign over your mansion once again, you must drive the Budds mad with fear using only your imagination and their hideous belongings.
What started as a Lego prototype that The Odd Gentlemen and Neil Gaiman played together one afternoon, soon became a unique collaboration to tell a story through a nonlinear puzzle/adventure game hybrid, where the player learns about the characters and world through their observations and discovery. First launched on the website WhoHauntsNeil.com, Wayward Manor has been slowly unveiling its story and world to a whole new audience. Wayward Manor is Neil Gaimans first foray into video games.
Discover 9 quirky inhabitants each with their own desires, fears, and anxieties.
Possess ghastly furnishings to manipulate the Budds into dire consequences.
Level up as you absorb fear to take control of each room
Pleasantly dark tone reminiscent of old Hollywood whodunit mysteries.
Five floors, each filled with new items to posses and new ways to terrify.
Find secret scares and multiple solutions to every puzzle
Musically themed characters each represented by their own instrument.
A story crafted and narrated by Neil Gaiman
Featuring art from the Eisner award winning artist Chuck BB