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‘Lust for Darkness’: Eroticism Meets the World of H.P. Lovecraft

This BDSM and occult themed game is going to show how far some will go to satisfy their darkest desires.

Satisfaction of the flesh by any means, combined with a world inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft makes me very intrigued for upcoming game, Lust for Darkness.


A psychological horror indie game coming from developer Movie Games and successfully funded through Kickstarter, it follows Jonathan Moon whose wife has gone missing. The search for her begins by taking him to a Victorian style mansion where a group of occultist do whatever it takes to achieve new heights of erotic delights. This desire leads them to open a gateway to Lusst’ghaa.

Player will move in both a Victorian mansion and Lusst’ghaa – an alien dimension filled with otherworldly creatures. Lusst’ghaa used to be similar to our earth until the local beings decided to undergo total degeneration at their own wish. Through experiments they transformed their bodies so that they could never cease to experience carnal delights.

The imagery, styling, and themes of Lovecraft’s old gods, with a story about the pursuit of  extreme erotic decadence, is making for a world that manages to create its own look with familiar vibes. Early game footage and screenshots help show that much, with stunning Victorian and alien settings and screens, accompanied by tone perfect music.



Lust for Darkness is marked for an end of the year release and will be available for PC through Steam. To follow along and track the games release, you can:
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(Image and video source – Movie Games)




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