Larva Mortus offers fast and entertaining monster-hunting gameplay. Cheesy horror atmosphere goes hand in hand with furious action splatter fest, everything accompanied by creepy first class soundtrack!

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Rake In Grass is proud to present the release of a new horror action game Larva Mortus.

Posted by rakeingrass on May 27th, 2008

We were invited to present our latest game on this great web site. Here it is.

Quick intro
At the end of 19th Century, dark forces shade the world once again. A brave agent, experienced in exorcism and combat, comes to face the oncoming evil, and fight loathsome supernatural monsters and horrific spawns of black magic. It's your quest, in a role of a hard boiled combat, to face a dark warlock of the ancient times and stop his plan to capture powerful artifact of black magic.

About the game
Larva Mortus offers fast and entertaining monster-hunting game play. A horrific atmosphere goes hand in hand with furious action packed splatter fest. Everything accompanied by creepy, first class soundtrack!

Links
Official game site: Larvamortus.rakeingrass.com
Screenshots: Larvamortus.rakeingrass.com

Free demo

Version for Windows:

Version for Mac:

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INtense!
INtense! May 27 2008, 1:56pm says:

looks pretty cool - should get the video and screens in the profile, help it stand out :)

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Squeebo
Squeebo May 27 2008, 3:46pm says:

Well, the cinematic bits looked a little creepy, I'm not so sure the gameplay's scary, though..

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sbnewsom
sbnewsom May 27 2008, 6:19pm replied:

Agreed. It looks awesome, but he Cinematics look absolutely CREEPY. It would be a good move to attempt to match the artistic styles. The gameplay is okay. I looks like fun. I feel though that the art style is too realistic.

Personally I would've gone for a more third person/Bioware isometric view, but its all good. :)

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Leonardo-DiVinci
Leonardo-DiVinci May 27 2008, 6:31pm says:

Reminds me of a cross btw Gauntlet and SmashTV

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pvt.Johnson
pvt.Johnson May 27 2008, 8:29pm says:

pretty fun demo, dont know if i would pay to get the full game though.

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ChopperDave
ChopperDave May 28 2008, 2:52am says:

Any game that plays like Loaded is an instant win for me.

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MortRouge
MortRouge May 28 2008, 3:39pm says:

Larva Mortus? Good Latin would be Larva Morta. Seems nice though!

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rakeingrass
rakeingrass May 29 2008, 11:04am says:

Everybody, thanks for comments and help with the profile. I know of SmashTV, but never played it. The game is mailny inspired by Operation Carnage, Crimsonland and ancient Atic Atac. The atmosphere is heavily influenced by Terminal Reality's Nocturne.

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DOLBYdigital
DOLBYdigital May 29 2008, 9:26pm says:

This is an excellent start. The concept art is very good and the gameplay looks solid. I'll check out the demo although my game queue is very large at the moment ;)

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Monochrome_
Monochrome_ Jun 1 2008, 7:12am says:

Another piece of ****** shareware with pretty menus and crappy gameplay.

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esfumato
esfumato Jun 2 2008, 9:54am says:

This games for mobiles should be great.

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Larva Mortus
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Released May 13, 2008
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