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Granny is an indie horror video game developed by DVloper as a spiritual successor to his Slendrina series.
It was originally released on November 24th, 2017 for Android devices. An iOS version came later that year on December 11th, 2017. A PC port was released via the Steam platform on November 20th, 2018. The game is available for purchase on Steam for US$ 4,99.
Since March 2018, the game has become increasingly popular in the gaming community, as YouTubers such as DanTDM, DashieGames, Denis, Kindly Keyin, John Wolfe, LightningBlueDragon, and Vividplays Channel have played it.
The game is currently on Version 1.7.3 released on April 18, 2019.
The player finds themselves waking up in a bed they don't remember in a room they don't recognize. They have been locked up in an old, decrepit house by Granny, a crazy old woman (or demon) who hunts her prey with a bloody baseball bat. They must explore and find items and tools to help them open the various locks Granny keeps on her front door, all while outrunning her pursuit and hiding in the beds, coffins, and wardrobes found in the various rooms of the house.
In their mission to unlock the front door, they'll also stumble upon a garage at the bottom of the house which holds a functional, albeit disassembled car. Should they so choose, they could abandon their original objective and instead focus on using the parts that they find to repair and fuel the car, which can then be used as an alternate escape method.
Along the way, they'll also run into the many other secrets that Granny keeps hidden behind locked doors. Her pet spider makes an appearance as a secondary antagonist, holed up in a cage at the very top of the house. Additionally, a particularly investigative player might find remnants of a broken family, or worse, the remains of Granny's last victim. They will come across her third big pet, the Crow kept in a secret room connected to the Meat Room and the Cellar Swamp.
In the PC version, Granny has sold more than 5.000 units since your release. Reviews were positive.
- Judging from the screenshot seen in this tweet, DVloper had been considering a PC port since before April 2018, however, the Steam release would not be put together at all until October of that year, and the game wouldn't actually launch until next month in November, very close to the game's 1st anniversary.