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‘Hunt or be hunted.' This is the tagline for Villainous Games Studio's latest first-person survival horror. The game thwarts you in an eerie world where you play as a guardian, protecting the village people from nightmarish creatures that rule the night. Its dark, twisted adventure unfolds against an old European folklore that sends shivers down your spine. If you fancy jump scares and braving through haunting episodes, then Harvest Hunt should be your top pick. But the scares don't stop there. We have more survival horror games that will put you on edge. Are you ready for a bloodcurdling, hair-raising adventure? Here are the ten best games, like Harvest Hunt.

10. Phasmophobia

Phasmophobia - Official Announcement Trailer

Phasmophobia cracks open the paranormal jar, where you take on the role of a haunting investigator. Developed by Kinetic Games, players can either go on a solo investigation mission or team up with three other players. It flies close to Scary Movie, the film, only that the spooky encounters are cranked up to 100.

Your job is tied to a contract, where you must identify the particular ghost haunting each house. The game gives you devices to uncover paranormal activities. You can also communicate with fellow players and the ghosts. The game features twenty-four different ghosts, and you must gather enough evidence to deduce each type correctly. 

9. Killing Floor 2

Killing Floor 2- Official Launch Trailer

In this intense post-apocalyptic shooter, teamwork is key. As armies of murderous failed lab projects invade continental Europe, you must work with your team to stop the invasion. Developed by Tripwire Interactive, the game lets you choose a class with unique abilities and weapons.

Clearing the Zeds will earn you cash to purchase better weapons, armor, and upgrades to help you survive the onslaught. But be warned: the Zeds grow stronger with each wave, and new, more dangerous enemies will test your skills and teamwork at every turn.

8. Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus - Launch Trailer I PS5

Metro Exodus is a post-apocalyptic survival game that carries the mantle from its predecessors. As the third installment in the franchise, you still play as Artyom as you journey across a dilapidated Moscow Metro in an uncanny adventure that features mutated creatures. The first-person shooter features linear missions and an open world for players to explore.

Moreover, the game generously provides weapons for your survival. It does give off some Call of Duty vibes. The difference is that you're hunting mutants instead of humans across a vast space. 

7. Escape the Backrooms

Escape the Backrooms Gameplay Trailer

Nothing screams thrill and jump scares more than an escape room game. You never know what to expect. All you know is that you must find an exit quickly. Escape the Backrooms builds on this foundation as Fancy Games studio breathes life into the horror co-op game. 

The game draws its lore from creepypasta legends, meaning you should brace yourself for a thrilling adventure on familiar grounds. There are twelve entities navigating the levels. Each entity has a unique scare tactic, so check every corner and crevice before you're caught off guard. 

6. Buckshot Roulette

Buckshot Roulette - Official Steam Launch Trailer

Russian roulette has its thrills. But have you played the game with a 12-gauge shotgun? Welcome to Buckshot Roulette by Mike Kilbnika, where your chances border on life or death. The game occurs in an underground gambling facility, where you play against an eerie-looking fellow called the Dealer. 

You take rounds, firing at each other until one person leaves the room alive. The Dealer starts the game by loading live and blank shells in no specific order. You both take rounds, firing at each other. Firing a live shell means one party loses their lives. However, if you fire a blank shell, you can play another round or forfeit your turn. The game lasts for three rounds before a winner is declared.

5. Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil Village - Announcement Trailer

Resident Evil Village by Capcom Co., Ltd. is a bone-chilling survival horror game that plunges you into a nightmare far beyond your darkest fears. You play as Ethan Winters, and what stands between you and survival are grotesque creatures and a sinister village shrouded in mystery. Your mission is to rescue your daughter from a cult led by the enigmatic Mother Miranda.

The game is the eighth mainline installment in the Resident Evil franchise. But this time around, Ethan has his work cut out for him. Resident Evil Village is set a few years after Resident Evil Biohazard. So expect to see familiar faces with new adversaries countering your every move. The game won the Ultimate Game of the Year and Best Audio at the Golden Joystick Awards. It's a game worth checking out. 

4. Devour

DEVOUR Official Launch Trailer

Devour is a spine-chilling survival horror game by Straight Back Games. What stands between you and survival is a group of possessed cultists who want nothing more than to drag you to the pits of hell. You must work solo or in a team to exorcise the demon possessing the cult leader before she unleashes hell on earth or, worse, drags you to purgatory with her.

Moreover, the game has five maps filled with dark and eerie moments. Each run-through plays differently, with the levels getting progressively harder as you inch towards the ends. Devour doesn't spare the scare. And if you want an immersive experience, the game supports VR.

3. Dead By Daylight

Dead by Daylight | Launch Trailer

Dead by Daylight thrusts you into a heart-pounding nightmare where survival is your only goal. Developed by Behaviour Interactive, this multiplayer horror game pits you against a relentless killer as you try to escape their clutches. You can either play as the killer or one of the four survivors. Either way, the game delivers a relentless, adrenaline-fueled experience.

You must find generators that power the exits to escape the killers' grasp. The game offers a diverse roster of killers, each with unique abilities designed to hunt down the survivors. From the eerie Nurse who can teleport through walls to the ruthless Trapper who sets deadly snares, each killer brings a different shade of terror.

2. Dying Light

Dying Light - Launch Trailer | PS4

Dying Light pits you against a horde of zombies who are weak by day but aggressively strong by night. Developed by Techland, the game has you playing as agent Kyle Crane, who has to infiltrate a zombie-infested area on a secret mission.

The game is set in an open environment. Navigating the environment gives you access to useful resources for crafting new weapons and gear. Plus, players can engage in creative combat featuring parkour mechanics. Ideally, you can choose to fight or flee. Dying Light's ingenious mechanics earned over 50 nominations and accolades.  

1. The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication

The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication - Official Trailer | Black Summer 2023

Taiwanese horror games are the perfect dose for a spine-tingling adventure. If you dare to explore, immerse yourself in the eerie legends and haunted corridors that define these uniquely terrifying experiences. 

The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication is one such game that takes you to the dark and eerie corridors of Wen Hua University. You play as four characters as you uncover a haunting in one of the institution's buildings. The game carries the mantle from its predecessor with similar mechanics but a different storyline. 

So, do you agree with our picks? Or do you have any other game like Harvest Hunt that deserves a spot here? Let us know on our socials here!

Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.