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Bloody Hell Hotel is a lot like Stardew Valley, except you eat people

Bloody Hell Hotel
(Image credit: Unfold Games)

Bloody Hell Hotel is an upcoming life sim that sees players renovating a hotel and sucking the blood of its guests. 

Initially revealed by IGN (opens in new tab), Bloody Hell Hotel is an upcoming game from Darq developer Unfold Games. The game is a mix of genres taking inspiration from life sims - such as Stardew Valley and House Flipper - dungeon crawlers, first-person horror games, and Tim Burton movies. 

In the game, players will be tasked with renovating and maintaining their now dilapidated hotel, after waking up from a centuries-long coma. It isn’t all sweeping, repairing, and updating though, in order to make these improvements, you will have to farm, collect items via dungeon crawling, and earn money from the hotel’s guests. 

Of course, guests will also have other perks to our vampire protagonist, what with all the blood flowing around their bodies. To make the upkeep of the hotel that little bit easier, players are encouraged to consume the blood of their guests in order to expand the hotel by hiring more vampire staff in exchange for a few drops. The hotel will also be somewhat self-sufficient with its own crops and zombie animals for players to tend to - just like a cursed Stardew Valley. 

Bloody Hell Hotel is still probably a ways off from releasing. The game is yet to get an official release date - its Steam page (opens in new tab) literally says it will be out "when it's bloody awesome" - but if you want to keep up to date with the project, we suggest wishlisting it on Steam, the Epic Game Store (opens in new tab), or GOG (opens in new tab). It’s also said to be releasing on consoles in the future but it hasn’t yet been confirmed which ones. 

Looking for other spooky games to play in the meantime? Take a look at our list of the best horror games

Hope Bellingham
News Writer

After studying Film Studies and Creative Writing at university, I was lucky enough to land a job as an intern at Player Two PR where I helped to release a number of indie titles. I then got even luckier when I became a Trainee News Writer at GamesRadar+ before being promoted to a fully-fledged News Writer after a year and a half of training.  My expertise lies in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, cozy indies, and The Last of Us, but especially in the Kingdom Hearts series. I'm also known to write about the odd Korean drama for the Entertainment team every now and then.