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iOS games don't get a whole lot more unique than 2009's Hysteria Project. The game was essentially an indie horror movie, but with interactive video game elements tossed in. You play a role in a low-budget horror film, helping the main character along the way. For a video game its fairly low-involvement, but it's a really neat experience nonetheless. Now the story continues as the sequel is released.
Most of the gameplay involves on-screen tapping prompts or small puzzles, but there's a ton of footage to watch. The sequel picks up where the first story left off and continues the nightmare. The gameplay is still very much like an old Sega Saturn full motion video game, somewhat akin to the infamous Night Trap.
The original Hysteria Project [iTunes Link] is out now for free if you're interested in the idea, but aren't ready to make the investment. The only issue is the huge 150mb download which will certainly eat up a big chunk of your storage. However, it's worth it to at least try out the original. There hasn't been anything else like it in the last fifteen years.
Hysteria Project 2 [iTunes Link] is available now for the price of $1.99.