Halloween with the Lurking Horror

Posted: October 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

Sorry for the lateness in announcing this; it’s been a rather busy day packaging GET LAMPs. You people order a lot of GET LAMPS!

The Boston/Cambridge Interactive Fiction group is called The People’s Republic of Interactive Fiction, and they’ve been having regular meetings for over a year now. I’ve attended a few, and they’re always great.

But if you live in the New England area, and loved Infocom games, this is a pretty special event they’ve got going.

Tomorrow, Halloween, they will be playing The Lurking Horror, the Infocom horror game meant to exact a feeling of Lovecraftian suspense and mood.  It’ll be streamed over Ustream.tv, so you can watch them play along.

After this, comes a tour of some of the locations at MIT that inspired the game… led by Dave Lebling, creator of The Lurking Horror.

Need I say more?

Go to their site to check out the details.


3 Comments on “Halloween with the Lurking Horror”

  1. 1 Joline Desrosiers said at 10:14 pm on October 30th, 2010:

    Ack. That sounds like so much fun! How I wish I had flown home last night!

  2. 2 Andy Kosela said at 4:17 am on October 31st, 2010:

    Makes me wanna play Lurking Horror again :)

  3. 3 Sean Huxter said at 6:59 am on October 31st, 2010:

    I can totally understand this event’s importance, and holding it on Halloween is of course sensible, but for people like me with families, we just can’t attend, and that really …

    Sean.


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