Zombie Clock (Free)
Wake up every morning to the comforting sound of the living dead. This app serves as a ghoulish alarm clock that’s sure to get your heart racing the minute you open your eyes.
Plaque Inc. ($.99)
This macabre game puts you in control of a plague, and it’s your job to finish off the last survivors of the human race. The game includes a “zombie infection mode,” where you bring the walking dead upon a hapless world population.
Ghost Lens (Free)
For the photography aficionado, this app allows you to take eerie snaps that transform your subjects into misty specters. They do say cameras steal your soul!
Spider Prank (Free)
For a good scare and a good laugh, download this animated spider that will crawl across your screen and hand it to your unsuspecting friend. We’re not responsible for ruined friendships or phones.
Ghost Radar (Free)
Was that whisper in your ear or just the wind? This would be a perfect time to whip out your mobile ghost detector, but be warned: you may not like what you find.
Zombie Booth (Free)
Ever wondered what you would look like as a rotting, shambling corpse? Find out now with this deadifying app! Send the pics to your friends to give ‘em a good spook.
Ghostbusters Paranormal Blaster (Free)
Grab your proton pack and bust some ghosts with this fun virtual reality game based on the ‘80s cult classic film. This pop culture mainstay is making a big return next year and this app is perfect for getting hype.
Cthulhu Saves the World ($1.99)
Become the hero nobody was expecting. Cthulhu, the mythic monster from HP Lovecraft, must save the world before he can destroy it in this epic retro RPG now on mobile!
iPoe ($4.99 per volume)
The most well-known American horror writer is getting catapulted into the 21st century. This app not only contains his full works in several volumes, but includes stylized animated graphics, interactive storytelling and ambient music to create the ultimate mobile Edgar Allan Poe experience.
Aliens Motion Tracker ($1.99)
Remember that cool motion tracker from the movie “Aliens”? Now you can simulate it on your phone! While it doesn’t actually detect motion, you can still pretend you’re along for the “bug hunt.”