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Lovecraft Inspired ‘Moons of Madness’ Gets First Teaser Trailer

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Developer Rocket Pocket Games has just released the first teaser trailer for their upcoming Lovecraftian inspired game, Moons of Madness.

According to the developer’s Facebook page, “Moons of Madness throws the player into a unique, first person, psychological horror game experience, combining Lovecraft influence with hard science fiction. It has not much in common with SOMA, even less with Alien and even less with Doom.”

The development studio has received 500k NOK from the Norwegian Government to help with development of the game. Rocket Pocket promises more details are coming soon, and as you’ve probably already guessed, we’ll be reaching out to the development studio to learn more about Moons of Madness. The game is currently planned for a PC release, with VR platforms in mind as well.

You can check out the teaser trailer for the game just below. It doesn’t show much, but then again it is a teaser. Stay tuned for more details on Moons of Madness as we have them by following us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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