Evil Nun Schools Out

14 players


Evil Nun Schools Out takes you on a terrifying trip to a haunted school – and there's no escaping until the final bell rings (on your freedom, that is). This first-person horror adventure throws you into a creepy atmosphere with one very unwelcome host: Sister Madeline, the Evil Nun.

Here's what awaits you:

  • Escape or be captured: You're trapped in the school after hours, and Sister Madeline is determined to make sure you stay that way. The entire game revolves around outsmarting and avoiding this menacing nun as you search for a way out.
  • Solve puzzles, and unlock secrets: The school holds the key to your escape, but it's not as simple as finding the front door. You'll need to explore classrooms, hallways, and creepy corners to find items and solve puzzles that will unlock your path to freedom.
  • Stealth is key: Sister Madeline's hearing is sharp, and her reach is even longer. You'll need to use stealth tactics to sneak around the school, hiding in lockers or under beds to avoid her clutches.
  • A race against time: There seems to be a time limit to your escape in some versions of the game, adding another layer of urgency to your exploration and puzzle-solving.


Using Mouse and Keyboard.

How to play?

Movement and Controls:

  • You'll use a virtual joystick on the left side of the screen to move your character around.
  • A button on the right side will control actions like picking up items, opening doors, and interacting with objects.

Staying Alive:

  • Listen! The game uses sound effects to indicate Sister Madeline's location. If you hear her footsteps, crouch or hide to avoid detection.
  • There may be hiding spots like lockers or under beds. Use them to your advantage!
  • Running can attract her attention, so be stealthy.

Escape and Puzzles:

  • Your goal is to find a way out of the school. This will involve solving puzzles and finding key items.
  • Explore classrooms, hallways, and other rooms to find clues and objects that will help you progress.
  • Some puzzles may require using items you've collected in combination.