DescriptionNew England ... 1927 - William Stanton is visited by a friend from his childhood, Edgar Wycherley, who hands him a strange pyramid shaped object and begs him not to show it to anyone, not even him if he asks for it. As William delves into the mysteries of this object and the reasons why his friend gave it to him, he discovers that Edgar was somehow involved in the occult and that the entire world may be at risk.
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- "Некрономикон" -- Russian spelling
- "Necronomicon : L'Aube des ténèbres" -- French title
- "Necronomicon: The Gateway to Beyond" -- European/Canadian title
- "Necronomicon: Świt Ciemności " -- Polish title
- "Necronomicon: El alba de las tinieblas" -- Spanish title
- "Necronomicon: Die Dämmerung der Dunkelheit" -- German PSX title
- "Necronomicon: Das Mysterium der Dämmerung" -- German Windows title
- "Necronomicon" -- Italian title
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|Meristation||Feb 28, 2002||3.5 out of 10||35|
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TriviaFrom the "Truth about the Necronomicon" at www.hplovecraft.com
"Now about the “terrible and forbidden books”—I am forced to say that most of them are purely imaginary. There never was any Abdul Alhazred or Necronomicon, for I invented these names myself." - H.P. Lovecraft
The misconception about the the Necronomicon's authenticity became even more complicated when numerous hoax editions of the book started to surface in the 70s.
Related Web Sites
- Necronomicon Hints (These hints will help you solve the many puzzles and get through the mazes of Necronomicon)
- Walkthrough (Simple step-by-step walkthrough)
- Walkthrough by Tally Ho (A good walkthrough for Necronomicon)
- Zarf's Review (A review of the PC version of The Dawning of Darkness by Andrew Plotkin (July, 2002).)