An unnerving journey where your own mind provides most of the scares.
Rather than incorporating the usual monsters and ghouls, Alone offers a sensory and existential experience, which makes it much different than your run-of-the-mill haunted house. After signing a release form, you're whisked to a darkened staircase, where you're forced — yes, sometimes physically — to walk, run, and crawl through corridors, rooms, and other tight spaces. Alongside a dark soundtrack and disturbing visuals, creepy guides lead you on an unnerving journey where your own mind provides most of the scares. If you're afraid of the dark and/or enclosed spaces, or you just hate being manhandled, you'd better think twice before you're Alone.