An eerie, uncomfortable horror is creeping from PC over to iOS!

"It is a game as much about horror as it is of horror" - Rock Paper Shotgun
"Knock-Knock is a gorgeous survival horror game with more style than sense" - IGN
"One of the most fascinating and even endearing gaming experiences I’ve had in ages" - GameFront

Three generations of Lodgers have occupied the cabin, but lately, the walls seem to undulate, skittering unknowns shift in the darkness, and an unruly growl seeps from the attic. Are they hallucinations pecking at the insomnia-afflicted Lodger, or the gnarled remnants of a darker secret?

The woods finally give in to the nightfall, and the dreadful things come out to play.

Survive the night while maintaining the dilapidated cabin and preventing the threadbare sanity of the Lodger from unraveling completely. Hide from the grotesque intruders peering from the gloom and seek out the key to ending the Lodger's ordeal.

- A game of survival and troubling madness.
- Hide from the invading creatures.
- Fix the lights and keep the cabin rooms repaired to ward off evil.
- Survive the night with your sanity intact.
- Solve the mystery of the Lodgers nightmare.

What’s New

Version 1.52

— Added compatibility with iOS 11.
— Minor issues from update 1.40 fixed.
— Character shadows added for new generation devices.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
136 Ratings
136 Ratings
Timbertimbre ,

Self-indulgent boring and beautiful

I wanted to love this game. I really did. It has beautifully creepy artwork, a wonderfully dark atmosphere, and a (initially) cryptic and intriguing plot. Sadly, the more you play, the more you realize that there's little beneath the surface - and to make matters worse, the developers make you repeat the same mundane action ad nauseum to highlight this lack of depth. You slowly crawl through a forest to find something that's never explained to you and then end up back at the same house to repeat it all over again. And the narrator spews overly cryptic messages that never amount to anything and reveal nothing - I just skipped through them after enough levels because it just wastes time and only serves to add "creepy" vibes to the game. The "rules" to the game are stupidly based on luck and chance. I really cant emphasize this enough - this is not a good game. The art is beautiful - but the game is not. Im shocked by all of the great reviews here (which convinced me to buy the game). Its not a horror masterpiece - its an exercise in patience. Also the swipe controls are VERY poorly implemented and often result the wrong action being even on a technical level, this game poorly performs. Two stars for the art direction and atmosphere. Everything else that actually makes this a game fails in all respects.

Birdy24eva ,

New Review!

Just as good a game as before except now I can finish the ending since the update! I even got the ‘good ending’!
Devs, thank you for the update, I just happened to come across it, hopefully more people do, because it still a fun and scary game!
Issues: not sure its just on my Iphone 7 or IOS, but I noticed the ball of leaves that rolls into you, was a giant pink ball
& crying girl was a giant pink square. This didn’t bother me, but could affect other newer players experience with the game.
And lastly the house disappeared in the forest but I could hear the sound of it and was able to enter still, it was quite confusing the first time though. Thanks & hope to see more like this in the future!

kaypduck ,

Brilliantly terrifying

This game isn't scary because if grotesque monsters or intense popups. It's scary because it likes to get inside your head and stress you out. There are weird cryptic messages and noises hidden all over that don't seem to have any meaning other than to freak out the player, and it works. Whenever a monster enters your house, there is a feeling of panic that looms around until sunrise. However, none of these things are necessarily bad. One of the biggest things this game has going for it is it's beautiful art style that only adds to the atmosphere. Strongly recommended to any fan of the horror genre, or anyone interested in trying it out.


Ice-pick Lodge Ltd.
588.5 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
© 2014 Ice-Pick Lodge Ltd.


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