His childish innocence wasn’t meant to last long, oh no... When little Lucius was born on the meaningful date of June 6th, 1966, nobody expected him to be anything other than a normal little boy.Read full description
His childish innocence wasn’t meant to last long, oh no... When little Lucius was born on the meaningful date of June 6th, 1966, nobody expected him to be anything other than a normal little boy. His childhood, spent in a luxurious manor was as normal as every kid’s young years - well, except for the extreme wealth of his parents, as Lucius grew up with everything he desired, including several maids, the family’s own butcher and a private teacher.
Everything changed, though, when Lucius turned 6. His real father, the Devil, appeared in his dreams the night before his birthday, revealing that Lucius was his son. The Beast , through Lucius, managed to bring a descendant back to the earth - and so it is Lucius’ task now to accomplish the missions of the Devil and gain control over the world. But firstly, Lucius must get rid of all his family members and the service staff in the manor to be able to make their wealth and powers his.
Equipped with supernatural powers, Lucius starts off on a blood- flooding tour of horror through his house, using hell’s powers of telekinesis and mind control to orchestrate deadly accidents that will minimize the population of the manor one by one by one. However, this he must carry out without suspicion and so begins what looks like just an unfortunate set of accidents...
Unique 3D horror adventure gaming experience
Homage to the classics of the horror movie genre, including “The Omen”, “Shining”, “The Exorcist”
3D open world aventure gameplay
Breathtaking atmosphere, stunning visuals
Supernatural powers, including Telekinesis and Mind Control
Developed by Shiver Games Ltd. © 2012 Shiver Games Ltd.
It is a short game, but with a very dark story. Ones the storyline is finished it isnt really much fun anymore. I would recommend to buy it in sale, if you really want to have it.
It is a puzzle game, well something like that. The objective of this puzzle game is to kill in a very cruel way your "enemys" , even if they didn't nothing wrong. It is funny to play, and it is a nice indie game that also has a sequel.
Game that is the replica of the cult movie "The Prophecy", but with its own plot and situations with consequences that will keep you stuck to culminate the story. I highly recommend it.
Lucius is a cheesy horror game in style of classic B movies. It's similar to movie Omen, but not so serious. You?re a child who?s been possessed by the devil and given powers to murder people. It?s a pretty straight forward game with not much difficulty to it. All in all it's a decent game to play and has some funny and cool death scenes. It does have a slight challenge of trying to figure out what you need and how to kill your target. It?s all based in and around the house you live in. Controls are a little wonky but do their job. Luckily you are able to setup them on your own which makes game better. Only issues I had with it were movement on the bike you can get for Lucius to ride around on. Graphics aren?t bad, just look like something from few years back. The look on Lucius?s face is a little disturbing as is strongest thing graphics-wise. Overall it isn?t a bad game to play. It?s pretty straightforward and not very hard to complete and you can get most of the achievements from pretty much just playing through it. Still if you want some not-too-serious and not-too-scary horror game - give it a try!
First lets start where the game shines, it's atmosphere. It's dark, it creeps you out and at first you just want to keep playing. Then, after the first ten minutes, after your first kill, the game goes downhill very fast. I spent the next half hour doing some chores, like "cleaning the bedroom", which felt pointless and trying to figure out how to kill my next target. I failed. I have no clue what to do and have too much integrity to look for a walkthrough for the first actual level. The game fails to even point you in the right direction, so you are forced to start interacting with everything trying to accomplish anything. I like puzzles and even point & click games, but they tell you what you need, or at least a hint, here you have nothing and you will get bored really fast. Can't recommend it.
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