Sometimes I indulge people asking for assistance, to spread the word about ongoing horror project, usually the game. First, let me get one thing straight, I do that absolutely for free, or I don't do it at all.
This indie game is silently made for about 3 years, and despite there are few people behind it, it truly looks great. It's called Lovecraft Tales, and it may be one of most interesting games taking place in Lovecraftian universe, from few reasons. First, it doesn't focus on "The Call of Cthulu", which is bit overused, it's based on "The Whisperer in Darkness", which makes it interesting. Another important thing is visual side, inspired by 19th century paintings, which fits perfectly for H.P Lovecraft works.
Despite it's truly worth it, it doesn't get enough contributions. It would be shame to bury such promising and good looking project.
So, I'd like to share info about this cool horror point click game which is in the middle of indiegogo campaign, that is it's crowdfunding. If you're in the position and willing to contribute, here's the link.
There's even free demo available on campaign page on indiegogo.
Shriek is a new webcomic horror series from webtoons.com that embeds scary gifs, sound effects and background music. There are several stories released so far, with the first episode A Ghostly Job by Dey. I know that these type of web comicbooks originate from South Korea. Yet the series has dialogs in English, so I really don't know whether they have been translated or what. As the author suggests, it's best if you read them at night, with your headphones on, unless of course you have a heart condition or something.
Episode 3 is also nicely executed: Scratching by Jingook lim. I liked this one becuse it's short simple and without too many dialogs. Not the best story though, but with good sound effects.
Some of you also showed interest in this particular game, asking whether Sad Satan is real, does it exist or what is it?
The video I've found on YouTube explains it pretty much well.. I also wanted to have this subject in the form of news, so anyone can post a comment below and share an interested thought with the rest of us - horror freaks :)
So, What is Sad Satan?
Sad Satan may not be the best horror game out there but has definitely gained a lot of popularity and unnerved a lot of people. The game got people's attention after youtuber named Obscure Horror Corner uploeaded 'let's play the game' video which was supposidley sent by subscriber who wished to remain anonymous.
The game supposidley originated on deep web, but whether this was the actual origin is unknown.
Some people speculate that that Obscure Horror Corner is actually the one that made the game.
Once the game actually starts, the player does the walkthrough a maze like hallway, where at one point strange audio can be heard playing. As the game continues, player just walk through the hallway, as several gory picture of dead children appear on the screen. At the end of the game, screaming can be heard in the background.
Ok, let me download the original Sad Satan game
It's little bit odd that noone seems to be able to find the ORIGINAL game anywhere, no matter how hard they searched on the Deep Web. This game might be created by Obscure Horror Corner to get publicity and anonymous informant was probably a guy who stands behind this channel.
Sad Satan - Deep Web Horror Game - Part 1
Yes, the movie is confirmed, and Scott is going to be involved in it, but the release date is not yet set. I'll keep you posted as soon as I get any new info on this.
For now we don't even have a real trailer as the movie will probably be released next year (2017) so it's just too early for that. Instead, here's a fake trailer made by youtuber Indeimaus:
By the way, the information about the movie has been confirmed by Scott Cawthon himself. So, what we know so far is that Scott had given Warner Bros permission to make a five nights at freddy's movie.
More details you can find here: Five Nights At Freddy's Movie
From now own, at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights at Orlando, Florida, for additional 50$ you can experience even more realistic taste of horror, with the little help of virtual reality technology.
This new experience recently announced is called "The Repository".
It seems to be involved a mixture of live action actors and an environment as well as virtual reality technology.
Tickets go on sale on August 16th (2016) but it doesn't start before September 29th for general public.