Amanda the Adventurer, Dora Explorer from Hell
Amanda the Adventurer will remind you why many adults hate children’s shows. These colorful, innocent shows make children happy, but they bring the worst out of adults for some unknown reason. Remember the documentary where Barney’s voice actor gets death threats? The friendly high, pitched voice can be delightful to children, but to teens and adults, it’s torturing. The characters of shows marketed to toddlers also tend to have these big soulless eyes.
Amanda the Adventurer feels like a love child between Dora The Explorer, Doki Doki Literature Club, and The Ring. This Independent horror game has captured the internet like a storm. Almost every single popular videogame streamer and their grandma has been playing it.
I spent two days of my life trying to unlock every ending of this disturbing horror game. It is scary, but the puzzles and the lore make me want to open every possible ending there. The replay value captures my focus, and I want to keep playing until I know all its mysteries. You will be drawn to try figuring out all of the secrets of this Dora Clone from hell.
If you saw VHS tapes with a written warning, ” Do not watch,” you should not be watching them. The notification of forbiddenness, though, captures the curious cat in you.
Amanda the Adventurer official release trailer
Your Name is Riley Park, and you inherited the house of your late Aunt Kate. Despite the blood relations, you don’t know much about her because she is as reclusive as Greta Garbo. You find an old VCR television in her attic that is always turned on. Even if you push the power button, it won’t turn off.
There is also a bunch of VHS tapes. You are warned not to watch them. It is very tempting. So you decide to play them and see episodes of an early 2000s low-budget animated children’s show. The main character is a little girl Amanda and her friend Woolie the sheep. They break the fourth wall, and they are talking to you.
These are VHS videos, but for some unknown reason, they are interactive and respond when you answer their questions. Everything goes more twisted and disturbing the more you watch them. There are puzzles for you to solve and mysteries to unveil. I had been desensitized to many horror games, but this game always made me feel vulnerable. I drank a lot of water while playing because my heart beat fast with all the madness my eyes witnessed.
MANGLEDmaw Games and DreadXP deserve all the praises and positive reviews they are getting online. If they keep updating this game, this could be the next FNAF. Amanda the Adventurer is now available on Steam.
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