13 Video Games With Werewolves

Blood Of The Werewolf

Blood Of The Werewolf is a platform game developed and published by Scientifically Proven studios for the Windows PC, with the game’s release being 2013. You play as a female protagonist called Selena who is seeking revenge for the death of her husband and children who were killed by monsters. Selena transforms into a werewolf early in the game.

The Elder Scrolls 3: Bloodmoon

The Elder Scrolls 3: Bloodmoon is the second expansion for the Elder Scrolls 3 game, the expansion adds a new island to the map as well as the East Empire Company and also allows players for the first time to become the werewolf class. The game stays true to the Elder Scrolls philosophy and features tons of quests and side-missions and the interesting thing is that the expansion was not made to be played after the main storyline instead you can play it whenever you please regardless of what point you are in the game.

The Sims 3: Supernatural

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The Sims 3: Supernatural is yet another expansion pack on this list, the supernatural expansion is the seventh expansion for just The Sims 3 game. It was released on the 4th of September 2012 a month before Halloween and adds various supernatural characters to the game that you can play as, such as witches, wizards, zombies, vampires, ghosts and of course werewolves.

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Sang-Froid: Tales Of Werewolves

Sang-Froid: Tales Of Werewolves is a strategy video game developed by Canadian game studio Artifice Studio. The game has heavy action-strategy elements and also incorporate tower defence and RPG aspects with the game’s story and design being heavily influenced by Canadian and Native American folklore but the game notably tries to be historically correct and not a fantasy game with the story being written by best-selling Canadian author Bryan Perro.


Legendary is a first-person shooter developed by Spark Unlimited and published by Gamecock Media Group. The games setting jumps between New York and London and you play as a professional thief called Charles Deckard who is hired by a mysterious criminal organization called the Black Order to steal an ancient artifact and it goes wrong and you end up unleashing various beasts and monsters into the world as well as acquiring powers of your own.

The Wolf Among Us

The Wolf Among Us is an episodic interactive fantasy action video game developed and published by TellTale Games, you play as Bigby Wolf a detective who is human but becomes a werewolf when angry and also in other odd situations such as a full moon. The game is very interesting, it is set in the fictional town of Fables a town full of famous mythical, folklore and legendary characters from Snow White, Bloody Mary and the Jersey Devil.

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Underworld: The Eternal

Underworld: The Eternal is a third person shooter released in 2004 based on the movie of the same name that was released the year prior to 2003. The game is about the eternal war between the Vampires and the Lycans (another word for werewolf), the player is allowed to choose which side to play for and fight on various maps and accomplish various objectives from control points, capture the flag and killing a certain amount of enemies

Altered Beast

Altered Beast is a 1988 beat ’em up video game developed and manufactured by SEGA, the game is set in Ancient Greece and sees you play as a Roman centurion who has been resurrected by Zeus himself. The game after all is released in the 1980’s but its still a good game, it functions as a sidescroller with elements of platforming and hack and slash.


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Wolfman is a text adventure video game released in 1988 (the same date as the Altered Beast game), the game has a few graphics during some basic cutscenes however the game mainly plays out in text form where the player has to make decisions in both dialogue and his answer with the game having more than one ending.

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The Order: 1886

The Order:1886 is a triple-A game developed by two studios, Ready At Dawn and SCE Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game is set in an alternate history steampunk Victorian-era London, in a world advanced in some aspects in technology and in others not so much and forgot to add there are monsters in the game as well.

Nightmare Creatures

Nightmare Creatures is a survival horror game released for the PlayStation, Windows and the Nintendo 64, the game was released in 1997 in North America and 1998 in Europe. The story of the game begins in the convenient year of 1666, where a devil-worshipping cult called the Brotherhood of Hecate are scheming to take over London and eventually the world.

Werewolves Of London

I have noticed that for some reason an unusually high amount of the games on this list are set in London, but anyway Werewolves Of London is a video game initially released in 1987 for the ZX Spectrum, the Commodore 64 and the Amstrad CPC. The game is set in London and the plot is to kill eight members of an aristocratic family from London one by one. The game is seen as one of the great old British video game however it was not a big seller.


Wolfchild is a platform game released for the Amiga and Atari consoles in 1992, the game’s plot is based on a biotechnology researcher called Kal Morrow and his son Saul. What ends up happening is that Kal Marrow is kidnapped and his son Saul uses one of his dad’s inventions to turn himself into a werewolf and save his father. Throughout most of the game Saul is normal human form but once the player collects enough energy he transforms into a werewolf which makes him more powerful for a short amount of time.


Nocture is yet another survival horror game on this list, you play as a character known simply as ‘The Stranger’ a member of the fictional ‘Spookhouse’ organization founded by President Roosevelt to fight monsters and vampires. The game was initially released in 1999 in North America and a few months later in Europe. The game was a big hit due to its at the time graphics that were ahead of its time and the games biggest selling point was its realistic shadow rendering.

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