The free app, available now from the Apple App Store, attempts to capitalise of the resurgence of horror following the success of Hammer's The Woman in Black, the Daniel Radcliffe-starring movie which has taken over £100 million around the world.
The Hammer ScreamBoard comes pre-loaded with assets from two classic Hammer films, Four Sided Triangle and The Quatermass Xperiment.
Alongside sound cues, the app content also includes video clips, stills, film trivia and Google map information on the key filming locations.
The app is free, but users will have to pay for additional film assets, including 69p for 'Standard' title modules or £1.49 for 'Premium' title modules.
The first additional 'Premium' titles, Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein, will be available until May 1 for the special launch price of 69p.
Forthcoming modules include 'Premium' titles Dracula Prince of Darkness, The Plague of the Zombies and The Mummy, along with 'Standard' modes Quatermass 2, X The Unknown and The Reptile.
The app has been developed by London-based digital agency Substance.
Founded in 1934, Hammer was a powerhouse in horror film making until its influence declined in the 1970s. After closing down in the 1980s, the studio returned in 2010 with Let Me In - an adaptation of highly-praised Swedish film Let the Right One In - starring Chloe Moretz and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
The studio has since released The Resident and Wake Wood in 2011, along with this year's ghost story smash The Woman in Black, the most successful British horror film in 20 years.
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