The Empty Inn appears on Steam Greenlight

A New NES inspired 2D Horror game has appeared on Steam Greenlight.

The game titled The Empty Inn is a 2D Experimental horror game with an 8-bit art style and puzzle exploration gameplay. In game, the player controls a character who is only equipped with a small lamp in hand and is required to solve puzzles and explore a vacant inn with the main goal of keeping the lamp lit. If the light goes out the games monster will show it’s face.


Candlelight Studios who created the game are proud to announce that the game is now on Steam Greenlight and awaiting votes to see if the game makes it onto Steam. If this interests you there is 3 ways to vote:

1. Visit: and you will be taken to the Steam Greenlight page within your Steam Client. Please note that this will only work if your Steam client is located at the default install location in your C: drive.

2. Put the following url: in your web browser, which will take you to The Empty Inn’s Steam Greenlight page. You’ll need to login to Steam in your browser and then you can vote.

3. Go to Steam Greenlight in your Steam Client manually (click on Community on your Steam toolbar, it’s next to Library, and then Steam Greenlight on the drop-down menu), and then search for The Empty Inn.


Candlelight Studio’s is very thankful to anyone who takes the time to check out The Empty Inn’s Steam Greenlight page. Want to play The Empty Inn right now? Then go to !

So what do you think? Do you want to see The Empty Inn on Steam? Do you like the idea of a NES inspired Horror? Would you purposefully let the light go out to see the Monster? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Also don’t forget that we will be covering all the big news at E3 so be sure to stay tuned for that next week. In the meantime check out the trailer below:

EP43121207040_7D67F00BE500592C9EAB_L Article by Matt McNamee


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