“Three times Randolph Carter dreamed of the marvelous city, and three times was he snatched away while still he paused on the high terrace above it.”
Thus begins H. P. Lovecraft’s epic tale of the courageous dreamer Randolph Carter and his search for the mystical sunset city by petitioning the gods of Kadath. During his journey, he travels deep into the world of dream, to the edge of the world, to the moon and back, and to the heights and depths of human and… inhuman experience.
High concept and low budget intersect in Flesh of my Flesh, a gory zombie romp filled with bullets, betrayal, and bloodshed.
An embedded research team reveals themselves to rescue their own beleaguered rescue party. This triggers a snowball of betrayal, jealousy, love, and redemption, punctuated by bullets, pain, and death. After the bullets, pain, and death come more revelations.
In this deliciously gooey game based on the movie Flesh of my Flesh, you’ll build (or rebuild as needed) your body from a severed head, equip yourself with a motley collection of weapons and armor, and eventually behead the Chief of the Zombie Nest to take over leadership and win the game.
It’s not going to be easy, because other Players are all after you, too. Will you find the chainsaw and the shotgun? Will you be tricked into walking into helicopter blades? There’s only one way to find out!
Hatchet Valley’s a deep rocky cleft, where people live when they’re too mean to live anywhere else. In the middle of this valley drops a spreading wave of tooth, claw, and hunger. Something’s entered the valley, and dusk in Hatchet Valley becomes a time of slaughter.
Those who aren’t mown down are driven to a single cabin. Eleven strangers fight to survive until dawn, but survival’s not easy when everyone has a secret, and these are the kinds of secrets that can get you killed.
A human being blinks every six seconds, and in each blink, the brain shuts itself down. Existence is constantly punctuated by periods of unseen dark existence, cognitive blind spots.
Inside this ephemeral web of existence, there are things, places, and life. They are the shadows within the shadows, the teeth in the dark, the true Secrets of the World, and usually, they can only be found in the space of an eyeblink.