Best Halloween Apps and Games in 2018 To Get You Ready for Scary October 31


Halloween apps and games have become a regular part of a Halloween kit in the past years, wouldn’t you agree? If you picked out your Halloween costume, bought candy for trick or treat and got a pumpkin to carve, you’re still not ready for a scary October 31 unless you have a Halloween app or game on your phone, as well!

We have handpicked a set of apps you should have this Halloween. There should be an app for everyone from 7 to 77, so go ahead and choose yours!

 

1. 100 Doors Horror

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Puzzle games fans will have fun this Halloween. If you haven’t played it already, 100 Doors Horror will certainly be one of your favorite activities this year. This 100 doors game will test your nerves for strength other than IQ, and will make you strain your brain to find the exit. Even though you know nothing will happen to you if you fail to get out of the room, scary sounds and scenery increases the tension while trying to find the solution to unlock the doors. Have fun!

 

2. Red Hands – 2-Player Games – Halloween Must Have

 

Red Hands Best Halloween Apps and Games in 2018 To Get You Ready for Scary October 31

 

This classic is fun to play any day, not just on Halloween! Red Hands – 2-Player Games is a hit on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. What makes it fun to play on Halloween is a collection of incredible hands you can choose to slap your opponent with (see picture). This can be your trick or treat task for kids – if they beat you in Red Hands, they get the candy (if at all it works like that).

Red Hands can also be a Halloween party challenge. Create a tournament and offer a cool award for the Red Hands Challenge champion. Just imagine all those people in costumes playing Red Hands surrounded by a crowd of other masked people cheering and yelling. Looks scary and so much fun!

There are so many ideas for Halloween you can develop with Red Hands, so we’ll let you play it and come up with your own. Red Hands is available on Google Play Store, Apple App Store and even Amazon!

 

3. Halloween Photo Editor – Scary Mask

 

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No scary mask for an Instagram post yet? Halloween Photo Editor – Scary Mask is just an app you need until you get your face painted. This Halloween app can help you get ideas for your October 31 costume party, but even better than that, it will definitely help you get likes on Instagram and Snapchat!

This photo editor will adapt a mask of choice to your face or the face(s) on the photo you have chosen to edit. You can get creative as much as you want – prank people with it, make cool selfies with friends or by yourself, try out different masks and effects. No doubt, it will be fun!

 

4. Mythology Quiz

 

Best Halloween Apps and Games in 2018 To Get You Ready for Scary October 31

Many find mythology characters scary. Also, many like to spend the Halloween doing stuff other than carving pumpkins and getting ready for the Halloween party. Mythology Quiz is scary, educational, with some really stomach-turning (but so amazing) fun facts, and most importantly, really fun to play. If you’re not into puzzles and mysteries, photo editing, or playing games with other people, you can sit back and play Mythology Quiz and learn about Norse, Roman and Greek mythology. So, guys who don’t really like crowded Halloween parties can play the quiz alone, but also those who like to be surrounded by people can solve this mythology quiz with family and friends, whether you have an Android or iPhone.

Happy Halloween from Zeus, Thor and Jupiter!

 

5. Scary Ringtones

 

Best Halloween Apps and Games in 2018 To Get You Ready for Scary October 31

 

Halloween 2018 wouldn’t be it without Scary Ringtones. Get the app, choose the sounds for your ringtone, message sound or contact ringtone and enjoy your Halloween. You can even use this app to terrify people and make a great laugh about it.

Scary ringtones will tell you so much more than our words. Get them and enjoy!

Find Scary Ringtones on Google Play Store and enjoy!

 

So, five apps for five different interest groups. Hopefully, we covered it all. If not, we’ll do better next time, just let us know. We have given you our favorite 2018 Halloween apps that are sure to make this October 31 the best in recent memory… until next Halloween, that is.

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