Clown in a House

Press Kit

Developer: Krispy Animation

Location: Austin, Texas (US)

Release date: July 20, 2021

Platforms: PC (Steam)

Price: $7.99


Press Quotes

Clown in A House may be my game of the year so far.”
– Jans Holstrom (DreadXP)

The story and the writing and the sense of humor – even in the darkness – makes it worth the while to check out Clown in a House.
– SilentSigns (I Dream of Indie)

 “I liked it very much. I like how absurd things are.”

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Monetization Permission

Krispy Animation allows the contents of Clown in a House to be published through video broadcasting services of any commercial or non-commercial purpose. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Clown in a House and explicitly allowed by Krispy Animation.


Krispy Animation
Kris Patrick: Owner
Lexy Ruiz: Creative, Writing & Support

Contact & More Info

Business contact:
Kris Patrick

Press contact:
Novy Unlimited

Novy client page:


Featuring SNES-like graphics and a captivating music score by Billy Cobb, Clown in a House dares you to venture deeper and deeper into the bowels of the home – meeting its strange inhabitants and discovering over 1,000 different interactions along the way. Can you unlock all 19 endings and uncover the home’s many other secrets? Only one way to find out …

But before we continue, a word of warning

As you explore the home, you might find yourself filled with a complex mix of emotions. Some things might seem familiar to you – and some things may not. If you open your mind (and your heart), you may discover that you and the clown have quite a lot in common! Maybe you two have made similar mistakes – or experienced similar joys. Maybe someday you’ll look back and realize the clown has visited your home. 

… or you might just be playing a silly little game …

Key Features

  • 20+ different endings to uncover.
  • 1,000+ unique object interactions.
  • Witty and creative writing from the mind behind CatGhost.
  • Classic pixel art reminiscent of ‘90s point-and-click adventure games.
  • Powerful psychological narrative.