After escaping from a locked shed, a young girl finds herself in the middle of an idyllic autumn forest. At first her surroundings seem peaceful, and she's comforted by her mother's voice coming through a strange tin device. But gradually, things begin to turn disturbing and sinister. And the distant howling of wolves begins to move closer...

A Wolf in Autumn is a dark, surreal psychological horror game, from the developer of Fingerbones,The Moon Sliver, and The Music Machine. It focuses on creating a short engaging horror experience that relies on narrative, pacing, context, and atmosphere rather than jump scares.

Voice acting by Julie Hoverson

  • Puzzles can be solved using real-world logic, often in several different ways.
  • A twisting psychological experience using a combination of gameplay interaction and narrative.
  • A diverse set of influences, including 'The Sound and The Fury,' 'Silent Hill 2,' and 'Mulholland Drive.'
  • This is not a Unity Asset Store collection. Modeling, music, environments, and programming were done from scratch. Textures were based off of stock photos (http://mayang.com/textures/). Sound effects were manufactured from creative commons samples.
  • Intended to be completed in a single sitting of around 1 hour. It does not feature a save system.
  • Deals with potentially disturbing themes.
  • Free copy of the full original soundtrack is included
  • Designed and optimized to run on the recommended hardware.

System requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or better
    • Processor: Intel i3 or better
    • Graphics: AMD 6870 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0

A Wolf in Autumn

  • Activation: Steam key
  • Developer: David Szymanski
  • Languages: English
  • Release Date: October 27, 2015
  • Publisher: David Szymanski
  • $1.99