The game starts with the character Phillip Wood who wakes up in an abandoned hospital and couldn’t figure out why he’s here.
For best experience, I would recommend playing Hospital Escape with headphones on. The freaky hospital setting combined with the scary noises being heard in the background really put me in the mood. The best part is you can explore the map freely and go to different rooms to search for clues. The aim is to call for help or look for a way to escape the hospital, but it’s very challenging owing to the confusing puzzles and metaphors, which you will encounter along the way.
The realistic graphics and clear-sighted details make Hospital Escape one of the best FPS horror games. Despite being a small 330 MB game, the details are on point and would really give you goosebumps. From a creepy soundtrack in the background to spine-chilling visuals, Hospital Escape has everything you would expect in a horror game.
If you have been a fan of games like Resident Evil and Silent Hill, I would definitely suggest you to try Hospital Escape. It renders almost the same level of horror and terror.