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Lovecraftesque won Game of the Year at Gioco Dell’Anno 2018 and the Enchantillon Della Carbonerie Ludiche 2018, has been nominated for the Golden Geek game of the year 2015, and was a finalist in the IGDN awards for best setting and best art 2016.
“[Lovecraftesque] is hands down one of the best systems I’ve seen for running Lovecraftian horror. It deals with the subject matter and the people at the table respectfully and beautifully weaves mysteries together in a more effective way than I’ve ever seen before.” – Who Dares Rolls Review of Lovecraftesque
“Lovecraftesque is a beautiful and unique tabletop storygame that starts from a deep understanding of what worked in Lovecraft’s original stories, while challenging and engaging with what doesn’t work.” – Aaron A Reed Review of Lovecraftesque
“Beautifully crafted … A valuable contribution to the growing canon of roleplaying games” – The Mary Sue Review of Lovecraftesque
“The GM-less storytelling approach is both refreshing and inspiring … The structure and play is solid, and a lot of fun for players with different levels of gaming experience and Lovecraft knowledge.” – Shoggoth.Net Review of Lovecraftesque
“Lovecraftesque is one of my favorite games from the last few years … Highly recommended!” – The Gauntlet
“In less than three hours, my friend and I had crafted, from nothing, a sanity-losing concoction of cosmic dread and I couldn’t be happier with the product.” –Ericvulgaris.Com Review of Lovecraftesque
“Lovecraftesque is a very special game. It’s easy to teach, easy to play, and works even when you wouldn’t expect it to … It is a beautifully crafted game with surprising depth considering the simplicity and usability of the ruleset.” –On the Remembered Slopes Review of Lovecraftesque
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