It is France 1831.
You live in a remote corner of the Ardche region. Your little village of Peyrebeille sees many travellers pass through it on the road to Paris.
You come from a greedy rural farming family and you are all determined to make your fortune.
Together you have devised a diabolical plan to achieve this aim
You will buy the village inn so together you can rob travellers who visit your establishment.
This will allow you to get rich without arousing the suspicions of the police!
Your plan will work out, but one thing is certain. Not every guest will leave your inn alive.
In ‘The Bloody Inn’, you play as one of the innkeeper’s family, bent on collecting the most wealth.
Alas, your principles hinder you from robbing your guests at least while they are alive!
Fortunately for you, you have no misgivings about murdering them.
Of course, you cannot leave dead bodies lying around. It would clutter up the place and someone may discover your dark secret.
Besides, it is bad for business, what if the police drop by for a visit?
Well, you could buy them off, but it all seems so much work!
Perhaps you could get some of the guests as accomplices?
Everyone has a price, after all!
Particularly at the Bloody Inn.