iLovecraft 2 Immersive Reading

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About this app

Read, listen, play and move your device, to dive into the story like you've never done before. Going much further than reading a text with illustrations; the experience has animated and interactive scenes, coupled with sound effects, careful design and an original soundtrack, all joined together to immerse yourself in the bowels of one of the H.P. Lovecraft’s most acclaimed stories in an unprecedented way.

The Colour Out of Space is considered one of the best science fiction and terror stories of all time. It was first published in the September 1927 issue of the mythical magazine “Amazing Stories”, and instantly had a great reception among fans of the genre. The Providence genius broke the established molds and presented the greatest of horrors as a simple chromatic element that lurks and threatens the protagonists of the story, something really innovative for the time when the horror stories were based on vampires, ghosts and other more conventional monsters. Perhaps for this reason, this is one of Lovecraft's own favorite stories.

Now you can enjoy it in this new interactive format, and be part of the horror that stalked the hills of Arkham during the "strange days" ... If you dare.

App Features:

• 110 pages (tablet version) / 173 pages (phone version)
• Original unabridged text: no adaptations.
• Available in 3 languages: English, Spanish and French.
• More than 63 interactive animations.
• 115 minutes of Interactive Original Soundtrack, composed by Miquel Tejada
• Illustrated and directed by David G. Forés.
• Extra content: Illustrator sketchbook and App creation processes.
• Jump to any page of the book from the table of contents.
• Page Memory: Return to the same page you left off from.
• Universal App: Pay once and have access from any android phone or tablet.
• Easy-to-use interface.
• It is recommended to have a Wi-Fi connection in order to download the application


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Aug 26, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

522 reviews
A Google user
June 22, 2019
great use of sound and music to optimize the use of intensity of the uneasiness of the stories. only problem is that when changing pages the app does NOT always respond to finger swipes and it gets frustrating after swiping for 7-9 times to change to next page. same problem as the first lovecraft immersion.
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A Google user
August 27, 2019
Really immersive experience into one of the best known works by Lovecraft. I had read and enjoyed the short story before and I was a little bit skeptical about this app, but I have to admit the animations, music and other effects were a nice addition. Maybe I would have shown "less" in some parts of the story, but still, the overall experience is quite enjoyable.
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A Google user
April 3, 2019
I am looking forward to the developers further adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft's works. This was particularly well done and the music enhanced the experience immeasurably. It is, however, much better than the story it is based on, and one wonders what they could do with his best horror, such as The Thing On The Doorstep or The Dunwich Horror. But creepy stuff indeed this is, and overall a fitting tribute to the old Providence spook. More, please.
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