Yangyang Mobile’s The Letter is Now on Android

Written by Ryan

October 31, 2017

Philippine game studio Yangyang Mobile just released the android port of their hit horror visual novel, The Letter. The game is an interactive, horror/drama visual novel inspired by classic Asian horror films, Ju-ON: The Grudge and The Ring. Told through an immersive branching narrative, the game puts the players into the shoes of seven characters as they find themselves falling prey to a vicious curse plaguing the Ermengarde Mansion for centuries. In this game, your choices will shape and drive the story forward: will you mend a relationship on the verge of collapse, or will you let it fall apart? Will you risk saving them, despite the consequences, or leave them to die a gruesome death? The fate of all the characters is in your hands.

The Letter originally released in Steam on July 25, 2017 to very positive feedback from the community and glowing reviews from several online publications. The Android port offers the first chapter for free and proceeding chapters are accessible via a very modestly priced in-app purchase. It’s a pretty good setup, in my opinion: the first chapter ought to be more than enough to see if you love the game enough to see it all the way through. Or if you’re like me, try it out to see if you actually have the courage to play it all the way through and not drop it on the first scare. I am absolutely terrible with the horror genre.

Download The Letter on Google Play here!

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