This is a list of notable SCP games in order of release date.


SCP-087, created by haversine and released on January 28, 2012, is one of the first SCP games. It is a stair simulator and is based on SCP-087, The Staircase. 



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SCP - Containment BreachEdit

Main article: SCP - Containment Breach

SCP - Containment Breach, created by Regalis and released on April 5, 2012. The game includes many of the well-known SCP objects from the SCP Foundation site with the main antagonist being SCP-173. The game is the subject of this wiki.


Six-Eight-Two is a game created by Divinity Studios on June 2, 2013. The is based on MTF soldiers attempting to contain SCP-682. The game is currently in its Pre-Alpha build version 0.6 and has not been updated since July 18, 2013.


Main article: SCP-087-B

SCP-087-B is an unofficial sequel to SCP-087 and is similar to it, but with a different  take on the appearances of both the stairwell structures and SCP-087-B. The game was created by Regalis on January 8, 2014. The game includes some enemies that attack the player if the player is not looking at them. This game is considered a stepping stone to SCP - Containment Breach.

SCP: Ascension Edit

SCP: Ascension is an SCP game in development in Unreal Engine 4 by Affray Studios, first announce
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d on January 17, 2018 with a teaser trailer

The goal of SCP: Ascension is to be the most polished and versatile SCP game in regards to multiplayer gamemodes, story, and mod support. Information on the game can be found on the FAQ page. Development can be supported through Patreon as well as the official Discord server

SCP: Containment Breach - Unity RemakeEdit

SCP: Containment Breach - Unity Remake, or simply SCP Unity is a modern remake of the original SCP - Containment Breach, recreated entirely on the Unity engine. Its first public Alpha build was released on October 14, 2017, featuring little content and only SCP-173 as the lone SCP. It was created by a development team that is headed by Zornor90, Shadowscale, Zackonark, and Error. While the game was once considered a "port" with updated graphics and aesthetic, the project has since been expanded to encompass a wider array of content, including but not limited to further graphical improvements, new SCPs, and a deeper story.

Development of the game can be followed on Trello, and supported through Zornor90's Patreon.

The Lost Signal: SCPEdit

The Lost Signal: SCP, an Android game created by Wing13 Games and released in December 2016. The game contains several SCP objects
The Lost Signal SCP

The Lost Signal SCP

including SCP-1499, SCP-1497, SCP-1767, etc. Currently, there has not been an update to the game since June 7th, 2017.

SCP: Secret LaboratoryEdit

SCP: Secret Laboratory is a multiplayer game released on March 1st 2017, created by Hubert Moszka. The game is currently in beta. It is created in the Unity Engine. Players are randomly assigned "factions", consisting of D-Class personnel, Mobile Task Force (Epsilon 11), Chaos Insurgency, Scientists, Facility Guards, and SCPs (049 and 049-2, 173, 106, 079, 096, 939-89, and 939-53). Each faction has a different objective and win-state (D-Class personnel and Scientists have to escape the facility; MTF and Facility Guards must neutralize Chaos Insurgency agents, D-Class, and SCPs; Chaos Insurgency must kill Facility Guards and MTF; SCPs must kill all other factions). The game was released to Steam on December 30th 2017.

Future SCPs considered for the game include SCP-457.

SCP-079 has been temporarily removed in an update, and will be reintroduced when better balanced. 

SCP Area 8 Edit

SCP Area 8 is an indie horror game created by Mykhailo Radzievskyi which was greenlit on Steam back in 2015 and is set for release on Steam in the second half of 2018. The game has 2 SCPs so far. The SCPs listed are SCP-173 and SCP-167.

SCP: Rebirth Edit

SCP: Rebirth is a singleplayer game currently in development  by GlorifiedPig, first announced on June 14, 2018 with a teaser trailer. The game will feature numerous different SCPs and unique characters throughout the storyline, as well as numerous different endings. Certain assets from Containment Breach, such as SCP-173 and its neck-snap SFX, are reused for the game. Development of the game can be supported on GlorifiedPig's Patreon.