What is the price of curiosity? Amanda the Adventurer is coming to console and mobile

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Amanda the Adventurer is coming to console

Over the course of the last year, Amanda the Adventurer has gone viral, as the short horror experience has captivated audiences and PC players. But soon that horror will be dropped onto consoles and mobile – are you ready for the unsettling story it holds?

Already on Steam with some of the finest review shouts you’ll ever likely see, Amanda the Adventurer is soon coming to all major consoles (Xbox, PlayStation, Switch?) as well as iOS and Android. It will do so thanks to the Dread XP and MANGLEDmaw Games teams, as they continue to work on a sequel. 

A viral hit

Amanda the Adventurer has picked up some 1.5 billion views on YouTube, and so it’s pretty safe to say that this is a bit of a viral hit.

Covering a story in which Riley Park inherits their aunt’s house, they start a bit of an exploration, seeing what the reclusive has left behind. It’s here where the attic holds a stack of VHS tapes next to an old TV set, full of episodes of an early 2000’s era children’s cartoon they have never seen before. Intrigued, Riley pops the first tape into the VCR.

We won’t go into too many details as to what happens next, but you’ll discover a tale that features a little girl, Amanda, and her loyal yet shy best friend, Wooly the Sheep. And as you may expect to hear, what starts off all charming, soon twists as Riley realises that Amanda and Wooly seem to be communicating directly through the television set.

So what lies beneath the friendly and colorful facade of Amanda the Adventurer? Who left these tapes behind? Is the price you will pay worth the answers you seek? You’ll get to find out as the game comes to console and mobile soon. 

Features to include

  • A short yet intricate single player horror experience.
  • Animated tapes that tell an unsettling story, all under the guise of a welcoming children’s cartoon.
  • Classic, 90’s-style CGI that recalls a simpler era of animation.
  • Characters who interact directly with the viewer—a dream come true for any 90s kid…or is it a nightmare?
  • Challenging, escape room style puzzles using clues hidden within the tapes.

Coming soon!

We’ll keep you looped as to the release date of Amanda the Adventurer on console, Android and iOS. But let us know if you’ll be playing – the comments are below. Remember, you can play it now on Steam if you like.

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