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What World's Exist Beyond the Gateways of Time...
What Secrets Lie Beneath the Dilapidated Farmhouse...
Join William Stanton on a mysterious journey, in a desperate quest to save
the life of his friend.
Travel beyond the realms of science and discover the mysterious apparatus
which holds the secrets to the afterlife. Explore eerie environments and
discover clues as you decipher ancient symbols that reveal the location of a
portal leading to other worlds.
It is believed that, here, you will uncover the timeless secret of life
Challenge your every rational thought, and face your every fear, as you
learn the secrets of the Necromonicon and enter the realm of life, death and
The Dawning of Darkness
Do you dare brave the world of the deceased and face the terror of the world
Question the inhabitants of Pawtuxet village,
consult alchemist Gregor Herschell's dusty tomes and correspondence, decrypt
ancient esoteric formulae and handle with great care terrifying devices
communicating with the dead! Let yourself be carried away by this
strange yet fascinating world.
You'll never be the same again!
hours of challenging gameplay and puzzles.
strange devices on your quest for the truth.
different locations to explore.
detailed 3D graphics and animations.
Fantasy/adventure game set in the disturbing world of
1927. East Coast of the United States. A hot summer
William H. Stanton's life suddenly takes a terrifying turn for the worst.
What horrific secret is his childhood friend hiding from him? Is there a link
with the mysterious occult experiments performed by alchemist G. Herschel
before he died in 1771? What lurks in Herschel's cursed underground laboratory?
And what meaning lies behind the esoteric formulae in the Necronomicon?
At the heart of Lovecraft's imagination is the Necronomicon: a collection of
the greatest occult secrets, giving you the keys to the world of the deceased.
Dare you use them and face the terror that lies beyond?
The first adventure game to be directly inspired by the
writings of HP Lovecraft.
Windows 95/98/ME/XP: Pentium 200 MHz, 32 MB RAM, Video card capable
of thousands of colors, 8x CD-ROM drive, 16 bit sound card.
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