Goosebumps: HorrorTown Is A Town Building Simulator In True R.L. Stine Fashion (VIDEO)

Everyone remembers R.L. Stine‘s series of spooky stories, whether those were good memories or bad. Of course, Scholastic is in on it to! This time around, instead of a collection of stories that might send you off with nightmares, it’s an interactive town building simulator that reflects that true Goosebumps style.

Players build a town ideal for a Halloween movie set and collect monsters to terrorize humans in the night. There are over 100 playable characters, a fun crafting system, and plenty of rewards. “Build and manage a town of terror” as victims attempt to run and defend themselves against your collection of ghastly ghouls. Or take on the frightening world as a human. Check out the trailer below:

That’s not all, players can choose to be the unfortunate victims or the terrifying monsters. Choose your side as a creature collector to frighten the life out of the folks residing in your town, or the humans trying to survive the night. Here are your choices:

Gather a scary assortment of sinister creatures and terrify townsfolk, or play as humans to defend against the monsters! Collect resources, scare humans, investigate monster activity and explore the map to unlock new areas and adventures.

As monsters, you can scare humans to obtain materials and add new Goosebumps monsters. As humans, you can spy on monsters to find out what’s going on in their town (if you dare). “

Goosebumps: HorrorTown is available now in Canada and Australia, but will arrive internationally very soon. Pre-register now for a spot as soon as it launches for iOS and Android devices right here. What do you think of Goosebumps making a comeback on a mobile platform? Is it the same spooky style you remember? Let us know what you think in the comments section below or start a conversation on DFTG Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as it happens, follow us on Twitter! Here’s some of our latest:

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