Lovecraftian Links: a new Lovecraftian game, a Thomas Ligotti tribute, and did Erich Von Daniken rip off Lovecraft?

A few Lovecraftian links I’ve posted on the Facebook page in the past few days:

Check out this awesome trailer for the new Lovecraftian game MAGRUNNER: DARK PULSE… and be sure to watch it to the end — you’ll be glad you did!

“When technology meets Cthulhu! Magrunner: Dark Pulse is an action-puzzle game in which technology confronts the Cthulhu Mythos, as imagined by author, H. P. Lovecraft. You are Dax, one of seven Magrunners selected among the elite to participate in MagTech Corporation’s space training program.”

Purchase Magrunner: Dark Pulse on Steam!

cover by Dani Serra -

cover by Dani Serra –

The Grimscribe’s Puppets, a brand new Thomas Ligotti tribute, is now available!  Thomas Ligotti is beyond doubt one of the Grandmasters of Weird Fiction. In The Grimscribe’s Puppets, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., has commissioned both new and established talents in the world of weird fiction and horror to contribute all new tales that pay homage to Ligotti and celebrate his eerie and essential nightmares. Poppy Z. Brite once asked, “Are you out there, Thomas Ligotti?” This anthology proves not only is he alive and well, but his extraordinary illuminations have proven to be a visionary and fertile source of inspiration for some of today’s most accomplished authors.

Buying it through this Amazon link supports Lovecraft eZine.

Chariots of the Old Ones?  A really great essay by by Charles Garofalo and Robert M. Price, originally published in Crypt of Cthulhu.  “Erich von Daniken, author of Chariots of the Gods?, Miracles of the Gods, and several other books of like nature, may be guilty of the worst case of pseudoscientific overkill in the twentieth century…”

Read the entire article here.

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