Lust From Beyond, Lovecraft, Giger inspired Erotic horror game fully Funded

Lust From Beyond, Lovecraft,  Giger inspired Erotic horror game fully Funded 2

Fans’ of HP Lovecraft and the horror genre can look forward to Lust From Beyond, Movie Games Lunarium’s follow up to the game Lust for Darkness from 2018.

For those not familiar with the previous entry into the series, Lust For Darkness is a psychological horror game with erotic themes, spliced in with a healthy dose of Lovecraftian goodness. Its sequel, Lust From Beyond, which just got fully funded after a mere 10 hours on Kickstarter, aims to polish up the formula that made the first game memorable, while adding to it what appears to be, a distinctly HR Giger (of Alien fame) inspired aesthetic.

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With the Horror thriller already accruing an impressive, $23,693 of its initial $11,142 goal, readers interested in contributing to the project will have another 35 days to do so. Currently, those who pitch in towards Lust From Beyond will be entitled to receive an early demo of the game. The upcoming game places players into the shoes of one, Victor Holloway, an antiquarian who suffers from vivid and sinister visions that he can’t fully comprehend. In order to uncover the truth, he joins a cult known as the Cult of Ecstasy.

Currently, Lust From Beyond doesn’t have a definitive release date. Reader’s interested in learning more about the game should check out the Kickstarter for the upcoming title.

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