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Madness as a mechanic and Lovecraftian games

[Madness is on the rise lately. Not madness as a plague across our world but madness as a game mechanic. Do you like other games with themes of insanity or Lovecraftian horror? Join the community and start a blog! ~Striderhoang] [I tried to shop this pitch around for a little and had no such luck. Ultimately, I decided to flesh it out a bit and turn it into a blog post.] “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.
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