We are still busy working away on Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land, however we’ve made another little seasonal app that launches today – the Cthulhu Christmas Calendar!
Cthulhu’s Crazy Nightmare Before Christmas
Fans of the meme-monster Cthulhu and other creations of cult horror novelist H.P. Lovecraft can get a little extra help in counting down to Christmas, thanks to a new mobile advent calendar app. Titled ‘Cthulhu Christmas Calendar’, it features 25 original pieces of artwork – one for each day in December until Christmas Day. Each image presents a fun mashup of festive icons like Santa into the Cyclopean world of the great Cthulhu, the malevolent Mi-Go and the dark god Nyarlathotep. Indie developer Red Wasp Design today released the Cthulhu Christmas Calendar for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android. As well as featuring a new and original creation of art for each day, it also features quiz questions related to the images. Fans will find out their ‘Mythos rating’ on the 25th when their scores are revealed along with the final festivehorror image. The app is available now from the App Store for iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone. It is also available for Android from the Android Market. It is priced at:
· iPhone & iPod Touch ($0.99/£0.69/€0.79)
· iPad 1 & 2 ($1.99/£1.49;/€1.59)
· Android Store ($0.99/£0.69/€0.79)
· Amazon App Store (coming soon!)
There is more information on the Cthulhu Christmas Calendar page and you can chat about it with fellow cultists on its own Facebook page.
Notes for Editors:
H.P. Lovecraft was a cult US horror writer 1890-1937. For more on him and his work, see:
Red Wasp Design is a new games developer based in Bristol, England. The app development studio is composed of experienced professionals who have worked on a number of best selling titles on Playstation 3, iPhone and other platforms. More information can be found here. They are currently completing another Cthulhu related project, the game ‘Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land‘. You can find out more from Red Wasp Design via their Facebook page or Twitter