Locales commonly inhabited by clowns are few and far between as this particular lot is mostly found in a circus or, you know, horror fiction. But as the title indicates, Clown in a House does take place in an actual house… although I suspect there is potential for something akin to horror. So there ya go. Horror fiction. Maybe. Or perhaps this clown is simply on a journey of self-discovery, and you’ve got a front-row seat.
Well, not like there’ll be much time to sit around and dilly-dally though, as “a mysterious home full of strange inhabitants” is virtually begging to be explored, every nook and cranny examined. Don’t expect everything to make sense and you’ll get by just fine. At least, that’s the impression I got from watching the trailer. Strange stuff, this Clown In a House.
If you open your mind and heart, you may discover that you and this clown have quite a lot in common.
Seems like there’ll be plenty to see and do as well, what with over a thousand different objects to interact with and more than twenty endings. How many of those outcomes are bad, and more importantly, are any of them even considered, well, good? Then again, in the end, after everything’s said and done and the credits are rolling across the screen for the clown, does it really matter? One way to find out…
Clown In a House will be available on Steam, come July 20, 2021, with a $7.99 price tag.