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Zdrada from Helltaker

In the game Helltaker, Zdrada is the fifth demon girl encounter.  Zdrada’s name means “betrayer” and she is also called “the Bitch Demon.”  Zdrada’s look is similar to many of the other demon girls of the game, with pale skin and white hair that she wears short and wavy.  Zdrada’s outfit consists of a red shirt, black jeans and boots, as well as a choker, wrist cuffs, and a cross necklace.

Misako from River City Girls

River City Girls is a beat-em-up brawler game that was released for multiple platforms. One of its two main characters, Misako (voiced by Kayli Mills) starts out the game in detention. When she finds out her boyfriend has been kidnapped – along with her best friend’s boyfriend – the girls break out of detention to save the day!

Misako’s costume is fairly easy and also fair comfortable! She wears her black hair in a bob pinned back with red pins. Her uniform shirt and red tie are easy to copy, so long as you tuck her your tie like she does! From there all you need are a pair of black shorts, a pink backpack, green thigh-high socks, and pink loafers. Put it all together and you can be brawling in River City in no time!

Kris from Deltarune

Kris from Deltarune

Kris is the main character from Toby Fox’s game Deltarune. They are the human Hero of Light and the leader of their group, though that is only once they fall into the dark world. Before that, though, Kris is a kind but quiet person that some mistake for awkward or creepy. That does not stop Kris from standing by their friends, though!

There are two costumes you can use if you want to dress as Kris. The first is a pair of black jeans and black high tops with a green pullover. In this form, Kris’ hair is a dark brown. In the dark world, however, Kris has dark blue hair and wears silver armor over a dark blue body suit. The also have a cape in blue and pink that is most easily replicated with a large sheet scarf.

Vera from Whispers of a Machine

Vera from Whispers of a Machine

Vera (voiced in English Ivy Dupler) is a cybernetically augmented police detective and the protagonist of Raw Fury’s Nordic noir adventure game Whispers of a Machine. Depending on what traits you emphasize during your run of the game, Vera’s personality varies; sometimes, she will show a soft and nurturing (and most importantly, human) side as she grieves for a lost partner, and other times, she is brusque and technical to a tee. Did she become a cyborg to help fight crime to the best of her abilities, or to escape from unresolved human failures?

SCP 049 from SCP Containment Breach

SCP-049 from SCP – Containment Breach

SCP-049 is one of the terrifying creatures catalogued by the SCP Foundation. The SCP Foundation started as a form of online collaborative storytelling and has since morphed into a video game franchise among other things. SCP-049 appears in the game SCP – Containment Breach. It is humanoid and appears dressed as a surgeon from the European medieval era. Unfortunately this is not a doctor that heals. Any human it touches becomes a reanimated corpse that is bound to do the will of SCP-049.

Although SCP-049 is itself largely unknowable – since getting too close can turn you into an undead puppet – dressing up as SCP-049 is relatively easy. All you need is a black hooded cloak or robe, a grey plague doctor mask, black boots, and black gloves. It helps if you make the sleeves of the robe a bit tattered and if you wear black clothing underneath so it seems as if there is nothing under the robe but darkness and void.

Golfer from What the Golf?

Golfer from What the Golf?

What the Golf? is billed as the anti-golf game for people who hate golf, and you as the golfer are an orange-hatted, orange-freckled, and orange-nosed fellow who has no idea what sort of ridiculous challenges you’re in for.

Ashley Campbell from Sally Face

Ashley Campbell from Sally Face

In Sally Face, Ashley Campbell is a close friend of Sal Fisher. As a teenager, she wears a casual outfit with purple shirt dress, leggings, and high-tops. As an adult, Ashley cuts her hair short, wears a leather jacket, and fingerless gloves because she rides a motorcycle.

Sal Fisher from Sally Face

Sal Fisher from Sally Face

In the indie adventure game Sally Face, Sal Fisher is a boy with a prosthetic face and mysterious past. When Sal and his father move into a new apartment with odd neighbors and a crime scene, misfortune awaits them. Sal sometimes keeps his blue hair in pigtails, wears two piercings in each ear, and has ripped knees in his pants.

Groundskeeper from Untitled Goose Game

Groundskeeper from Untitled Goose Game

In Untitled Goose Game, you as the goose must steal a set of keys from the groundskeeper and lock him out of his own garden. Completing this mission will require stealth and guile on your part. Use the brown face paint to color your nose to match the game’s coloring book aesthetics.

Boy with Glasses from Untitled Goose Game

Boy with Glasses from Untitled Goose Game

In the indie hit Untitled Goose Game, on the second level, you’ll be tasked as the goose to make a boy wear the wrong glasses. You’ll need to find a second pair of glasses, and then somehow distract the boy to switch them with the ones on his own face, all before making a honkin’ getaway.