Pixel-art horror game about a twelve-year old girl and her big sister that gets turned into a youkai by The Red Witch. All is emphatically not as it seems in this strange, short-form fever dream of a game!
Articles about My Big Sister
Just Ignore Them: Ah, Real Monsters - Those who keep an eye on the indie sphere (or indeed those of you who have been reading MoeGamer recently) may well already be familiar with one-man development team Stranga Games. Just Ignore Them is his debut game, and it’s clearly something of a passion project. While in many ways it’s noticeably clunkier than its successors My … Continue reading Just Ignore Them: Ah, Real Monsters
Red Bow: Older Than Water, Stubborn as Stone - One-man development team Stranga Games has been quietly establishing himself as one to watch in the world of independently developed psychological horror games, presented in gorgeous lo-fi pixel art. At the time of writing, Red Bow is the latest in a series of games with a loose thematic link to them, following Just Ignore Them and My Big Sister. And, … Continue reading Red Bow: Older Than Water, Stubborn as Stone
My Big Sister: Blood-Red Pixels - I’m not sure exactly when a lo-fi pixel art aesthetic came to be associated with horror games, but I’ve always rather liked the juxtaposition between supposedly “primitive” visuals and the primal emotion that is fear. We can probably trace the whole thing back to classic NES survival horror RPG Sweet Home, but it seems to … Continue reading My Big Sister: Blood-Red Pixels