The Witch’s House MV

The Witch’s House MV is all about a little downloadable game that explores a house in order to find clues about the people in there and her family as well. This is the 2018 remake of an older game, and they redid the graphics while also retaining the beautiful 16-bit vibe. And it definitely works for the title.

The graphics in here are very impressive, unique and you will be quite amazed by the process and the entire experience that you can enjoy.

How to Download The Witch’s House MV

To download the game proceed to click on the Download link. You will find it at the end of the review.

The Game Review

The dialogue is pretty much the same as in the original game which was created with RPG Maker VX in 2012. The developers stated that they did include some new dialogue options, but for the most part, you get the original story. Do keep in mind that the game does have quite a lot of gore.

So while it does look like something good for kids, that’s definitely not the case. Which is why we encourage you to at least give it a shot for yourself to see how it works and how you can enjoy it. But yes, you need to be prepared for violence, as there’s a lot of that in this game.

We like the idea that you can save with the black cat. It brings a refreshing spin to the experience and it only gets better and better every time that you play.

The Story

The Premise is simple. You play as a little girl Viola who, who wakes in the middle of a mysterious forest. Wandering around she soon stumbles upon a house which she decided to enter because any way out of the forest is blocked. Now with a black cat as your only companion, you must survive the perils of the house, which, as it turns out, belongs to an evil witch. Soon she finds and befriends another little girl Ellen whom she finds in the house…

The game has multiple endings depending on your actions

The Puzzles of The Witch’s House MV are Special

You do have tons of puzzles to check out and solve too.

That’s definitely getting better and better all the time, and the game is designed to be as convenient and as interesting as it can be. While there are tons of challenges to consider, one thing still remains important here.

And that is solving puzzles, breaking the boundaries and just finding great new ways to complete the challenges that come in front of you. There’s a new unlockable difficulty mode. They added most of the new dialog here, as well as new events. It really pushes the boundaries and it makes things a whole lot better if you liked the regular game experience.

The Graphics

Graphically, the game does look better. They revamped the sprites and everything feels a lot more interesting and rewarding. It just offers that great sense of value and quality, all while showing you great experiences and support every time that you play with it. That alone is certainly going to pay off a lot, just try to use it as an advantage and the gameplay will shine all the time due to that.

The Sound

Playing The Witch’s House MV is actually very fun, and we enjoy the idea of using a gamepad just as much as the keyboard. However, if you want the full, immersive experience you should try to use headphones. It just brings a great new sense of immersion to the game. And while it does seem a bit scary at times, that’s what The Witch’s House MV is all about. It’s pretty good at it too!

The Witch's House MV
The Witch's House MV is a horror RPG game in which you have to solve the mystery of a lone house in a forest. Download it and be prepared for violence, sudden death and gore.
9.5 Total Score
The Witch's House MV Review Summary

  • Great horror game experience
  • New difficulty mode, events, and fresh dialogue
  • Improved graphics
  • Fixed save points
  • Gamepad support
  • It has lots of gore, not good for kids
  • The control scheme can be a bit iffy for some people
User Rating: 4 (1 vote)
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Operating System
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File Size
600 MB


Alexandru Tanasse

Alexandru Tanasse

Alex enjoys playing games of all genres, with RPGs being my favorites. Aside from that, you will also find him dabbling with the latest board games, reading some Marvel/DC comics, or watching some TV shows. He is also a seasoned freelancer who has been creating game reviews for many years.