If you are looking for some scary treats, Roblox offers a good number of horror games. On this list are our picks of the 25 Scariest Roblox games
These games are available in every platform where Roblox is available be it PC, consoles, mobile, and even VR (if that game supports it).
Read on if you dare!
1. Eternal Insolence by IcyVeemy
- 1 1. Eternal Insolence by IcyVeemy
- 2 2. Akumu by Kursed Incorporated
- 3 3. Doors by LSPLASH
- 4 4. Stranger Things: Starcourt Mall by Netflix
- 5 5. Panik by NK x BigB
- 6 6. Finders Keepers by ojbaby
- 7 7. Evil Nun: Roblox Edition by The People Group
- 8 8. The Asylum by johnpcps
- 9 9. Dead Silence by DoomX10
- 10 10. Faith by Dexus Studios
- 11 11. BEAR by Cheedaman
- 12 12. The Tall Man by SubscribeToPanosNow
- 13 13. Casual Board Game by Morbid Games
- 14 14. Horror Tycoon by The Tycoon Squad
- 15 15. Facility by LilDisquit
- 16 16. Alone in the Dark House by umamidayo
- 17 17. Frigid Dusk by Idc Studio
- 18 18. The Haunted Imperial Hotel by bobulator
- 19 19. Evelyn by Alluzive
- 20 20. Breaking Point by Paradox
- 21 21. Us Are Toys by UmmmOkayWhat
- 22 22. Project Lazarus: Zombies by logitech101
- 23 23. Geisha by Minkan ######
- 24 24. Piggy by MiniToon
- 25 25. Apeirophobia
In Eternal Insolence [MEMENTO MORI], it is not just its very title that is stylized, its art direction is indeed full of style more on the side of the spooky rather than the flashy. There is a voice cast, so prepare to have your headphones plugged in for some good voice acting.
In this game, Stella, a young girl wakes up in a seemingly derelict asylum. She wanders around the place searching for clues. While she is searching for the truth, there is some creature or force stalking her. Or this might be a sign of her dwindling mental state.
If you are familiar with walking simulators, Eternal Insolence [MEMENTO MORI] evokes similar themes and feelings. There is a significant number of puzzles. Currently, this game has two chapters and there is more to come.
2. Akumu by Kursed Incorporated
If you want Eastern flavor in your horror games, Akumu might be the title for you. This game is heavily influenced by The Mimic, the 2017 Korean film, not the 1997 Hollywood film starring Mira Sorvino and directed by Guillermo del Toro.
Akumu features a traditional folktale that is apparently a scam. For years, people are deceived into thinking that immortality is achievable. Instead, one of the people who ventured into this folktale summoned something evil, maybe not human, only known as “Her”.
3. Doors by LSPLASH
Before you venture into this game, you must be aware that there are flashing lights and eery sounds that might trigger epilepsy. So, if you have this or any other similar condition, just skip this game. If there is no hazarad for you playing in this kind of environment, headphones are highly recommended (like for all of the games listed here anyway).
Unlike, the first two games that are listed, Doors is more of a “gamey” game. In fact, this is one of the few horror games that is actually following the Games as Service as a model.
Doors is a horror/puzzle game with challenges that are constantly updated and best played with friends. Every door, they are numbered starting from 001, you need to find something to open it up or find the door itself and along the way there are surprises. If you are not careful, there is a creature that will kill you.
You can also buy items to help you with your playthroughs.
4. Stranger Things: Starcourt Mall by Netflix
Netflix itself has dabbled into this Roblox mania. Stranger Things: Starcourt Mall offers lots of games based on the uber-popular horror streaming show, obviously, Stranger Things.
There is a leaderboard that is updated daily, and there are avatar items to wear for your characters. The games included in this package include a 5-against-1 asymmetrical multiplayer in Hawkins Lab Escape, a Dueling Dice game that can either be played alone or with another player, and a solo game Delivery Dash.
5. Panik by NK x BigB
Escape games are usually slow-paced affairs but not Panik. In this game, an autonomous store-cleaning robot may be too free in how it deals with its duties. Apparently, the manufacturer of this robot has not known of Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics in which the first law is that a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
The robot will find and eliminate you in the slightest infraction. In order to escape, you must find three items in the store without getting caught. You can also steal items from other players for maximum chaos. The robot does not make a lot of sound in chasing you, so you must be very attentive.
6. Finders Keepers by ojbaby
Again, a warning, this game has flashing lights. If you have epilepsy or any similar conditions that cause discomfort when presented with flashing lights skip this game.
Finders Keepers is another game in the same vein as walking simulators. In this game, you are a Paranormal Investigator whose objective is to find the disks and unleash the entity behind your entrapped situation.
This is a first-person game with a great scary atmosphere as you walk around a house with limited light. You have your flashlight with you but it can only help so much.
7. Evil Nun: Roblox Edition by The People Group
The Nun may or may not have influence in this game but nevertheless, the same creepiness with that film should be felt playing this game.
This is a very short game, and sweet. You only have 10 minutes to escape from the Evil Nun as you run around the house and use doors and trapdoors to survive.
The creepiness of the game mostly comes from the evil nun which kept on talking and humming and then shrieking as soon as she finds a target. You must escape each floor by completing the puzzles or discovering the ways and means.
8. The Asylum by johnpcps
Here is another investigation / multiplayer horror game. While you can play this game alone, it is just a better experience playing around. This game has two chapters, at least at the time of this writing. In this game, you are an explorer exploring a 1910’s asylum. You are going to find “Missing Persons” who disappeared in the asylum under mysterious circumstances.
The Asylum has a legit art direction as well as great background music. Because of this, the jumpscares are actually scary.
9. Dead Silence by DoomX10
Dead Silence” Attack of the Killer Dolls is a scary movie with a cult following. This game is based on that game. Again, this game has a multiplayer component and up to four people could play the game at the same time. You start in the sewer and basically enter into a mysterious place full of sinister forces. The mood of this game is incredible as you move around in a place where a Satanic ritual is performed.
A sequel of this is already released.
10. Faith by Dexus Studios
At the very beginning of the game, the game quotes the adage “what goes around comes around”. Does this mean there are significant twists in the game? Maybe yes, maybe no. Mystery forms a large part of all horror games.
The story of this game revolves around some form of darkness that successfully consumed the conscience of those which it touched.
You find yourself off a boat and into an island. You must find yourself out of the dark forest.
The good thing about this game is that you have a supportive voice, just like what you have in the walking simulator game Firewatch, that throws you with encouraging words in an otherwise dire situation.
11. BEAR by Cheedaman
If you are a scaredy cat and want to play a terrifying game with real people to spread out the terror, BEAR is a great choice. Bear is a 9 versus 1 asymmetrical multiplayer horror game. Nine of these players are humans while the 10th player will pay as the Bear.
The Bear is a harmless-looking monster that lets out a terrifying scream when near players. The humans must skirt around the map escaping their deaths in the hands (and mouth) of the Bear.
The humans, on the other hand, must work to solve puzzles to decrease the time allowed for the Bear to hunt them. There is a stamina system that progressively slows down the players.
Players must play together, not necessarily stick together, in order to survive the night. Some may have to sacrifice themselves as they poke the Bear and let it chase them all over the place while the rest of the team is solving the puzzles.
12. The Tall Man by SubscribeToPanosNow
According to your grandmother, there is a Tall Man living in the Redwood Forest. This Tall Man suffered terrible grief after his mother died of cancer and haunts the forest. Years later, instead of heeding the warnings of your grandmother, you decide to explore the woods out of curiosity.
This is a first-person game with no voice acting. Instead, text appears on your screen with typewriter sound effects narrating the entire story and guiding you through your playthrough.
The graphics of this game is surprisingly great, or is it just because of the dark setting? But the illumination coming from the flashlight is incredibly accurate. The zero-voiced narration also provides an incredible atmosphere too.
13. Casual Board Game by Morbid Games
In Casual Board Game, you play as Mike Letterman, a teenager and a student who found out a board game while cleaning up his newly-bought house. To be fair, this “casual board game” is not Monopoly or anything like that, it is an ouija board.
This is more of a narrative-driven game instead of a board game. You have choices on how the narrative shapes up with the interactive dialogue. You are to choose not just the reply or the answer to a question, but the question itself too. While the entire game has branching narration, it only has one ending. Both the ending and the journey to it are terrifying.
14. Horror Tycoon by The Tycoon Squad
It is time for a game genre you would not think of as compatible with horror elements: tycoon games. Horror Tycoon is a hilarious mash-up that combines tycoon management games with horror. Tycoon games, for those who are new, are all about managing a certain business with the objective of developing an empire.
In this game, you must construct your own horror emporium by purchasing various horror figures to display. Slenderman, Stephen King’s Pennywise, and even Sonic the Hedgehog are part of this horror. You can then construct your own tiny shop of horrors, add new structures, and earn money. You can earn extra money by fighting the various scary figures and players. After you defeat them, you can spend your earned currency on various weapons and upgrades.
15. Facility by LilDisquit
Facility is a survival horror game that has premium features. It is also an asymmetrical multiplayer game. Even if it is a multiplayer game the story of this game is not just good, it is one of the best out there. The facility featured in this game is an SCP facility. You can have your friends with you in playing this game. You can also be the monster but it is paywalled behind a premium pass. Is the premium pass worth it? Yes, if you want to play the monster but the game is incredibly fun to play as a human. This game has just been recently updated.
The mood of this game is eerie and the graphics are amazing too.
16. Alone in the Dark House by umamidayo
When you think of Roblox, you think of low budget affairs with simple graphics. Alone in the Dark House is none of that since it’s also available in VR. In Alone in a Dark House, you’ll work as a private investigator with other players to probe an abandoned house. You’ll solve riddles and investigate a story about a serial murderer on the lookout for his next victim. As you explore the house, you’ll learn more about its previous occupants – and what happened to them. Alone in the Dark House is arguably one of the scariest games on Roblox, thanks to its multiple jump scares and two distinct locales.
17. Frigid Dusk by Idc Studio
Haunted houses and abandoned buildings are mostly the settings of these games. However, in Frigid Dusk, it is all about science fiction. A team of scientists developed a mutagenic bio-agent that turned into an unstoppable weapon. Since it has been stolen, it is upon you to save humanity by getting the weapon back. The atmosphere of this game is as good as its graphics. The puzzles are also varied and the monster is horrendous.
Unlike previous horror games, this one is fast-paced, hence speed running in whatever form is perfect for this game. This can be played all by yourself or with three other players. This game is also available on VR.
18. The Haunted Imperial Hotel by bobulator
Another immersive horror exploration game is The Haunted Imperial Hotel. And in this title, you’ll explore a haunted home full of shocks and tasks.
This game is intended to be played with others, making it a perfect Roblox horror option for co-op.
When you explore the hotel, you’ll find that it appears to be on the verge of collapsing and is even sinking into the ground. This makes finding your way around the hotel a challenge in and of itself. In addition, as you try to fulfill your task in this truly frightening structure, you must avoid adversaries and traps.
19. Evelyn by Alluzive
In this game, you are literally a detective in the year 1921. game in which your goal is to discover Evelyn, what happened to her?
mysteriously died with no explanation Evelyn is a child, the daughter of an officer, and that’s pretty much it.
You’ll have to scour the area to find it, discover what happened to her, and investigate her death’s mystery There are two chapters in the game. If you’re courageous enough, you can play it alone. If you are easily scared, you can have up to four players.
20. Breaking Point by Paradox
Breaking Point isn’t just one of the best horror games on Roblox; it’s also one of the most popular. No, this is not related to the 1950 neo-noir film based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway starring Humprey Bogart. It follows a murder-mystery format in which players take turns attempting to figure out who the culprit is. Th. Breaking Point is a definite must-play for fans of social deduction games like Mafia, Werewolf and the ever popular, Among Us.
21. Us Are Toys by UmmmOkayWhat
Us Are Toys, a wordplay of Toys R Us is a multiplayer horror game that can be played solo through and through. You may have expected some sort of story but it’s barely there. Nevertheless, it is still a good, but more importantly, scary game.
This game features the corrupted version of Billy the Rabbit as one of the several monsters in-game. If you ever played a game called Five Nights at Freddy’s then you would know how to play this game.
Basically in order to survive you need to complete particular tasks. This might include looking for things that unlock doors or drawers and containers. All of these while running away from monsters.
22. Project Lazarus: Zombies by logitech101
Project Lazarus: Zombies is a zombie survival horror shooter based on waves. It is comparable to the horde mode found in several famous first-person shooters such as Call of Duty and Gears of War. This game was obviously inspired by the Call of Duty franchise’s Zombies mode. To boost your chances of survival in Project Lazarus: Zombies, you must acquire power-ups, erect barricades, and purchase various weaponry. The waves of zombies get more numerous and are difficult to repel.
You can open up new locations to combat the increasing difficulty as you continue. This makes it easy to spread out and direct the hordes of zombies. It also enables you to construct additional barriers and employ specific weapons more effectively.
23. Geisha by Minkan ######
Geisha is an extremely disturbing horror game. You must try to escape before the insane geishas grab you in the game, which takes place in a Japanese geisha home. The images are stunningly realistic, and the mood is unsettling. There are some jump scares, but they aren’t overused, which adds to the game’s creepiness.
The game is based on the “teke teke” urban legend. Teke teke or teke-teke is a Japanese urban legend concerning the ghost of a schoolgirl who fell onto a railway line and had her body cut in half by a train. This girl turned into a vengeful ghost who haunts at night in urban places and around train stations. She travels on her hands or elbows, dragging her upper torso, and makes a scratching or “teke teke”-like sound because she no longer has a lower body. If she comes upon someone, she will pursue them and slice them in half at the torso, killing them in a manner that replicates her own mutilation.
If the creepy silence in the house doesn’t make you nervous, the feeling that you’re being watched will. You may glimpse figures out of the corner of your eye, but when you look, all you see is empty space.
24. Piggy by MiniToon
Piggy is one of the more popular horror Roblox games. It is also a multiplayer game wherein gamers navigate a spooky maze while avoiding the main antagonist Piggy. Just like the name suggests, Piggy is a pig-like creature that hunts down every single player on the map. While it is a multiplayer game at its core, it has a spectacular narrative.
In this game, you play as a police officer who while investigating a missing “persons” case is attacked by Piggy the monster. This jumpstarts the narrative from a neo-noir crime thriller to an 80’s slasher flick. You’ll meet various characters, like the lone survivor Officer Doggy, as you explore the map with your newfound buddy, some nice, some not so much.
Furthermore, the game has many modes in which a player is chosen at random to play as Piggy. You can also play against the computer, with a bot controlling Piggy. The game is tough and dangerous regardless of mode, and it will keep you on your toes.
This game is still in the pre-Alpha stage, but even still, this is one of the scarier and more polished Roblox games out there. Apeirophobia literally means fear of eternity, whereas existential dread causes panic attacks. This game is centered around exploitation inside endless rooms as you are being watched. Puzzle-solving and all that shenanigans are part of this game.