What could be a better treasure for a fan of the Great Cthulhu, than a bronze idol? The H.P. Lovecraft: Cthulhu Mythos Great Ones Idols Kickstarter has the perfect pieces for gamers and collectors of the Ancient Ones.
Call of Cthulhu is, perhaps, one of the most influential pen and paper RPGs of all time, responsible for bringing the works of Lovecraft to a wider readership in the modern day. Now, Frogwares and Focus Home Interactive are turning it into a video game.
Just because you worship the elder beings and all their twisted malformed spawn does’t mean your garden can’t have a nice water feature, as Fenris Games have a new piece of scenery which will soon be joining their Mythos range.
For our friends in America it was Thanksgiving yesterday, a time when families come together to argue over the turkey. Board games are a great way to interact with the family, and what better game to play than this Cthulhu word game Wil Wheaton and co. break out on TableTop?
Dive in and check out a new spooky adventure from Fantasy Flight Games for Mansions of Madness!
Come Spring of next year Modiphius will be releasing their awesome accompanying miniatures for Acthung! Cthulhu, but this won’t be all that we have to look forward to. Get ready for Achtung! Cthulhu: Showdown.
As with Cthulhu a lot of the Lovecraftian monsters seem to draw upon the mysteries of the ocean. This is especially true of the latest Cthulhu Wars WIP Rhan-Tegoth.
Fenris Games continue to bring the Elder Gods and Great Old Ones to life with their latest one taking its fiery form. The chaotic evil which is Cthuga!
The monsters of the Cthulhu Mythos have always been notoriously hard to depict, but that doesn’t seem to be discouraging the sculptors of Cthulhu Wars as a startling menagerie of WIPs has appeared online.
The rise of Cthulhu continues over at Scibor Miniatures as a new set of the great one’s cultists have appeared on their workbench.
The 3D Virtual Tabletop and Modiphius have teamed up to bring you Achtung! Cthulhu on your tablet ready for an awesome role-playing experience.
It seems that lately it is all about the Cthulhu Mythos as Fenris Games, the sculptors of the models for Cthulhu Wars, have unveiled a new member of that horrific pantheon; Atlach-Nacha, the terrifying spider god.