3 more games added to the “Lovecraftian Video Games” page

I added the following three games to the Lovecraftian Video Games page:

Clive Barker’s Undying

  • Price: $5.99
  • Platform: Windows
  • Get it here: gog.com
  • Description: Someone should have warned the Covenant children: “Never read aloud strange rituals.” Little did they know that their childish game would unleash unspeakable horrors upon the unsuspecting world. Now, many years later, Jeremiah Covenant, the last sane sibling, lies on his deathbed knowing his fragile existence is the only thing restraining the curse.

Sons of Uruzime

  • Price: $2.99 (iOS), $3.99 (Android)
  • Platform: iOS, Android
  • Get it here: iOS, Android
  • Description: After receiving a desperate letter from one of your students, you become embroiled in a sinister mystery on the grounds of Miskatonic University. Their ancient stones are home to a dark, evil force. As you teeter on the edge of madness, you will discover an ancient, sinister cult. What are their intentions? And why has Philip Lewis gone missing?

The Terrible Old Man

  • Price: Free
  • Platform: Windows
  • Get it here: Gamejolt
  • Description: Three men of loose virtue are enjoying a drink in a local tavern, when they overhear the story of a rich and feeble old man who lives in town. They soon plot to take his treasures… This is a very short interactive adaptation of ‘The Terrible Old Man’ by H.P. Lovecraft.

Check out my complete list of Lovecraftian video games here.

One response to “3 more games added to the “Lovecraftian Video Games” page

  1. I liked Clive Barker’s Undying, but I wish they would make a game based on Hellraiser instead. I can see how back in the day that story would be seen as too gruesume for a game, but video gaming is now a more mature medium on a par with movies.


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