Uncanny Valley for PC
PC - Windows

Uncanny Valley

Apr 23, 2015
3055th of 26309

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Content Rating: Teen


You play as a security guard named Tom at a remote facility. He's in charge of the night shift, while his lazy partner Buck is in charge of the day shift. Nights are long, so Tom starts exploring the facility and finds things he shouldn't. The story plays a huge part in the game, so saying anything more would be a major spoiler.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.5 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X9.0c Compatible Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
Bryan CebulskiMay 09, 2015
I only wish that Uncanny Valley felt more polished. A lack of guidance should feel like a conscious design choice, yet here it just feels unintentional. These bits of confusion prove to be major hurdles in actually progressing in the game. It’s a shame because once you actually get over them, there’s a solid game underneath.
Steven BurnsApr 29, 2015
Despite its basic (although attractive) appearance and light storytelling, I was eager to see where the game was going beyond the 'man gets new job in creepy building' setup. Bad stuff was clearly happening around my security guard's place of work, and suddenly I was in a Stepford Wives scenario. I hadn't made it through to the ultimate conclusion, but I had seen an ending – a disturbing, grim and bloody one. It was enough for me. I could have done things differently, seen more, achieved a better outcome, but I didn't feel compelled to. Uncanny Valley may not be the biggest adventure, or the best, but I was satisfied with how things turned out.
Stephen TurnerApr 27, 2015
It's a game that rewards you for being better on the next attempt, which means a lot of players will get that same jarring and incomplete experience as I did, early on, only for it to be replaced by waning interest as repetition sets in. I wanted to enjoy Uncanny Valley, especially with its opening concept and jump scares, but despite all the assurances and hard work with those patches, it just wasn't to be.

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