EDIT: Due to internet problems, there will not be a Saturday night game. I’m calling AT&T Monday morning so that they can get a repair person out here. Sorry about that! It’s frustrating, that’s for sure. Please join us Wednesday night to watch our new “Call of Cthulhu” game at 9:00pm ET.
Happy Saturday! Tonight at 9:00pm Eastern time (8pm Central, 6pm Pacific) I’ll be playing the atmospheric Lovecraftian game The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and you can watch or join!
It’s very informal — we will be playing this game, while chatting and having a good time. (I love the Lovecraft eZine community!)
If you want to join, email me ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you simply want to watch us play LIVE and interact with us on the message board, then go to this webpage at 9:00pm Eastern time to view.
See you soon!
Hello there, if you really enjoyed this game, please note that all of its locations (or anyway 90%) are real-life places which one can actually visit – they are situated in Poland, not in classic Lovecraft country nor anywhere in any mountain-and-woodland area of North America, but in Silesia (which happened to be part of Germany until 1945 – this may explain the German inscriptions on the grave slabs around the church of “Red Creek Valley” for you). Here’s a link to the Wikipedia site of the church featuring in ‘Ethan Carter’: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vang_stave_church. It is around Karpacz in Silesia, formerly Krummhübel, all the locations of ‘Ethan Carter’ may be found – not too far actually from the border to Saxony (which was formerly a part of the GRD, and now belongs to reunited Germany), another area full of places worth seeing, and full of old legends which might inspire further Lovecraftian stories – especially in Lusatia, the part of Saxony pertaining to the Sorbians, e.g. the legend of Krabat and the Black Mill (adapted by a few authors already, albeit not in a Lovecraftian context)…So, if you like visiting real existing sites and sights featured in films and games, have a look at the area around Karpacz (and the other side of the border)!