With an interesting plot, decent jump scares and an unexpected twist, Moons of Madness is a nicely done Lovecraftian horror in its own right.
A unique, but slow-paced roguelike that requires brains and brawn to light up the Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition.
Lovecraftian adventure game Moons of Madness creates an enticing game on the surface of Mars, but the story is too complex to keep up with.
The Shrouded Isle is unnerving, anxiety inducing, overly wrought with system management and decision making, all while being a solid town management game.
The sinking city is the latest game based on Lovecraftian horror.
Lovecraft's Untold Stories weaves a proper tale of horror and mythology, but trips itself up with too many variables that could discourage new players.
Conarium is just like Goddamn Gallows’ cover of Townes Van Zandt’s Waiting Around to Die. The source material which it is trying to replicate is still second to none, but unfortunately its adaptation is not up to the same standard.
Call of Cthulhu is an en enigmatic, if flawed experience, which unlike the rather underwhelming Agony, has managed to live up to its hype.
Sunless Sea is an excellent and deeply engaging title, but perhaps it should have remained on home computers and mobiles, as consoles are not quite the right fit for it.
A great gamebook adventure inspired by the work of H.P. Lovecraft