MOR is a tense and atmospheric supernatural horror adventure where you use a Ouija board to commune with a ghost who wants to share a dark secret with you.
Set in 1970’s Sweden, MOR sees you taking on the role of Linn, a 17 year old woman who has just returned to her family’s Summer home. To say the home is a bit remote is an understatement – it’s the sole house on a small island that you can only reach by boat. It’s fair to say that not all of your childhood memories of the island are pleasant either, with you actually nearly drowning there as a child. You’re all alone on the island but a spirit named “Mikael” is trying to talk to you via a Ouija board and is keen to unravel a dark secret of the past.
In MOR you spend your time chatting to Mikael on the Ouija board and exploring the house (and surrounding area). Mikael gives you a trail of cryptic clues to follow, with you having to figure out how to decipher them as you delve deeper into the dark secrets of the island. Is he really trying to help? Or is he trying to kill you? There’s only one way to find out…
Taking around 2 hours to play through, MOR is an excellent little horror adventure that blends psychological and supernatural horror perfectly. It generally steers clear of jump scares, instead preferring to fill the player with a deep feeling of unease, isolation and dread. There are a few optimization issues, but the visuals are fantastic and the story is riveting as you piece together the dark secret of the island. Highly recommended.
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look, LMB – Interact, RMB – Throw, F- Lighter, E – Lens, R- Rotate
Available On: Windows
Gameplay Video: Here