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Where to play Amanda the Adventurer

There's something in the attic...

Some of the weirdest, creepiest things you’ll ever see on television are on kids' TV. Whether deliberate or not, a lot of children’s shows have quite a sinister vibe. And this is something the 3D puzzle horror game Amanda the Adventurer plays up to chilling (and sometimes comedic) effect. If like me the YouTube launch trailer had you totally creeped out in a good way, you’ll want to know where you can play Amanda the Adventurer.

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How to play Amanda the Adventurer

The simple answer is, you can now play Amanda the Adventurer on Steam. The full game is less than $10 but if you’re not sure it’s going to be your cup of terrifying tea, you can also download and play the Amanda the Adventurer Demo on Steam for free. If you want to try the demo we suggest you make it quick, as Steam demos often disappear quite quickly after the full release arrives.

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The demo of the game plays out first-person style, as you explore and find puzzles that have hints in the episodes of Amanda the Adventurer you can watch on an old VCR in the attic of a house. The pretend show couldn’t be more inappropriate in terms of content, with Amanda wielding a really sharp-looking knife while her sheep chum Wooly looks increasingly nervous. The demo is pretty short but gives you a nice idea of the kind of game to expect. If you haven’t seen the latest trailer, check it out below.

Looking for more PC horror game information? Check out the Best Survival Horror Games and the Best Multiplayer Horror Games you can play in Co-Op here at Pro Game Guides!

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Chris Marling
Chris Marling is a writer and editor with more than 20 years of experience across newspapers, magazines, and websites. Based in the UK, he has written professionally on everything from tech to tearooms. But his real passion is gaming, going right back to the Atari 2600 - and especially RPGs and MMOs. He cut his teeth on games such as The Realm and Anarchy Online. But 20 years on still gets excited about exploring each new world. When not online, you'll find him gaming analog-style around the table. Chris has had five of his own board games published, including Pioneer Days and Armageddon.

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