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A neat exploration and horror game where the premise revolves around you being in various planes of existence and having to answer a door

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Some games use body horror to terrify you, while others try to mess with your psyche or your beliefs in order to draw out your inner most fears.Other games are just so littered with Easter eggs and funny dialogue that you actually forget you're supposed to be scared, and you actually end up wanting to be in the game.Such would be the premise of Outside the home, a game where your various dreams are always interrupted by a mysterious knock on the door.

Prepare to be.....scared?

When you first read about the game, you probably think this is some king of horror version of home alone, where you are trapped inside a house and you have to hide from whoever is knocking at your door. If you do that, you couldn't be any further from the truth, as the real premise revolves around you going to sleep, dreaming and finding that each of your dreams are interrupted by a knock on the door.The end goal of the game is finding out who exactly is at the door.

Where the real and surreal mix

Outside the home is divided into levels, each representing another dream of yours. Each level comes with its own name and visual theme, but the end goal stays the same: getting to the door to see who's knocking.Because the game is practically littered with Easter eggs, and funny dialogue, it becomes hard at a certain point to see the game scary anymore, but curiosity will still drive you to see who's knocking on the door, and you'll never believe who it is.

Knock Knock! Who's there?

While not the most visually polished game out there, it is nonetheless a fun experience, and although it loses all replay value after the first run, you'll enjoy and laugh every step of the way.

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Outside the home was reviewed by Teodor Nechita
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Outside the home 15 July 2019

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The Google Play Store is the simplest and safest way to download apps onto your device. However, sometimes there are reasons to install apps from other sources, as is the case with Fortnite for Android for example. Or you may simply be looking for apps that can't be found on Google Play or your local version of it. Whatever the reason, if you can find the APK, you can install it via sideloading. Read on to find out how.

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Setting up your device

While there could be some slight variation in exactly where you'll find this setting on your Android phone, it's usually buried within the Security & privacy or App menus. These are the two most common paths:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Find the Security & privacy option and tap on it.
  3. Scroll down and look for 'install from unknown apps'. If it's not there, try under 'more'.
  4. You should be presented with a list of apps. Find your browser - Chrome, for example.
  5. Tap on it and then select 'Allow from this source'.

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If the above path doesn't work for you, try the following:

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  1. Head to Settings.
  2. Go to Apps & notifications and then select configure apps.
  3. Scroll down. Find and tap advanced options or special app access.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the special app access menu, where you can find the Install unknown apps option.
  5. Find your browser, (e.g. Chrome), tap it and select Allow from this source.

If you still have trouble finding these options in settings, you can simply use the search option and type in 'unknown', which should save you some time.

By checking 'allow from this source', you'll now be able to install APK files downloaded from your browser. You can always go back to the settings menu and disallow this after you're done installing your APKs of choice. Keep in mind that there can be additional security prompts or prompts to allow the installation of files from unknown sources on some devices or older versions of Android.

On devices running Android 7.0 Nougat or earlier, try the following path: Settings>Security>allow installation from unknown sources.

This will enable you to install apps downloaded from any source outside of the Google Play Store. Allowing this kind of blanket access can be risky, so if you want to do this, it's a good idea to head back into settings and toggle off the unknown sources option once you've got the app you wanted.

What are the risks of sideloading?

There's a reason that installing APKs from unknown sources is switched off by default in Android: it's inherently unsafe to download random APKs from the web and install them on your phone. While that might seem contradictory with providing a guide on how to install from outside Google Play, as long as you know (and trust) where your apps are coming from.

The efficacy of anti-virus has long been up for debate, but if you do think they're worthwhile on an Android device, they'll often scan apps before you install them, providing another potential line of defense.

By leaving the installation of all unknown apps on by default, you're opening the door for any malware-infected or malicious apps to silently download other nefarious software silently in the background. If you disallow by default and only allow on a case-by-case basis, there's a much smaller risk of this.

Downloading and installing an APK

By now, you know that where you download your APK from is key. Let's take a simple example like downloading and installing WhatsApp from outside the Play Store.

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In this case, WhatsApp provides its own direct download page that you can either visit on a desktop and then transfer the file to your phone, or visit on your phone browser (requesting the desktop site from your browser settings) and then download it directly to your device.

Once downloaded, you can check out your Downloads in the app drawer and select the downloaded APK file. Clicking on that will start the install process, and if required, will ask you to allow the app permissions to continue.

If you want to install Fortnite on your Android smartphone, you can follow our guide here.

Sideloading an APK from a PC

If for some reason you have trouble downloading an APK directly to your Android, you can also download the file to your PC, then connect your phone to the PC via cable (select Transfer Files) and copy the APK into your phone. This requires a dedicated file explorer app to access the APK. You will also need to grant the File Explorer permission to install from unknown sources.

Many apps can't be downloaded directly from the company that makes them, however. In this instance, you'll want to check out one of the more trusted app repositories like APKMirror. From there you can download manually vetted apps that use the same digital signatures as the apps on Google Play.

Where to get an APK?

If you can't find what you're looking for on the Play Store or APKmirror, there are some alternative app repositories out there. We've taken a look at the most important ones in this article.

What you can use sideloading for

Many impatient Android users first discovered sideloading thanks to Pokémon Go and Niantic's choice to release the game in waves to different countries. However, the recent decision of Epic Games to bypass Google Play and offer Fortnite to players directly through their website, is likely to make other developers follow suit. The 30% revenue cut that Google takes from apps/games on their store is quite significant.

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We think you should expect more apps requiring sideloading in the future. For the retro gamers among you, sideloading is also the best source of discovering emulators that Nintendo and Sony have purged from Google Play.

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Have you tried to install apps from outside Google's Play Store? Let us know how it went in the comments below!