I don't see what's so scary about a pizza restaurant (except for the thought of ordering a salad in one), but both Five Nights at Freddy's and now No Delivery (opens in new tab) seem to see the greasy discs as emblems of purest evil. No Delivery is partly a horror game, partly an RPG, and sort of a roguelike set in a procedurally generated pizza restaurant full of shuffling monsters.
You play as a series of employees tasked with investigating the establishment, and usually dying as a result. Still, if one of them pegs it, there's always another (be they human or animal) waiting to take their place. From a mostly top-down perspective you'll creep from room to room, as the game presents you with special events and with occasional bouts of turn-based combat.
No Delivery really doesn't mess about with its battles, which are horribly tough from the get-go. In fact, I had to escape from every one of them, so low were the odds that I'd defeat even a single monster. I haven't seen the end of it, but as far as I can tell this demo for the in-development game seems to be pretty sizable. If you've exhausted the Freddy's series, or you're simply on the lookout for a vaguely Shin Megami Tensei-ish horror RPG, then No Delivery is a no-brainer. (Via Alpha Beta Gamer (opens in new tab).)
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