Lovecraft-Inspired Horror Adventure The Last Door: Collectors Edition Coming May 20th to PC, Mac, Linux

Phoenix Online Publishing is terrified but darkly compelled to announce that The Last Door: Collector’s Edition will be coming to Steam, GOG, and other major online retailers for PC, Mac and Linux on May 20th, 2014, as well as the Phoenix Online Store ( A multiple Best Games of the Year award-winner, this low-res, high-suspense point-and-click adventure, hailed as “a love letter to H.P. Lovecraft,” will feature all-new puzzles, scenes, and stories, as well as enhanced graphics and remastered sound.

Featuring all four critically-acclaimed episodes of occult and otherworldly horror, The Last Door: Collector’s Edition includes exclusive new content and unlockable bonuses, and invites players to journey alone into the dark to stop an ancient evil from stirring in the shadows of Victorian England. This must-see special edition of the game 148Apps calls “a series not to miss out on” creates its chilling atmosphere with an award-winning musical score, creepy sound effects, and excellent storytelling rather than relying on visuals, letting the players’ imaginations take control as they explore ancient manors, decaying tenements, and twisting underground warrens with little but a lamp and magnifying glass to guide them. 

“The Last Door Collector’s Edition represents a great milestone in the trajectory of the project since it represents the fruit of more than a year of hard work and efforts,” says Mauricio Garcia, Project Manager. “We feel ourselves really lucky to partner with a publisher like Phoenix Online that seeks to bring indie-developed games that focus on rich storytelling and atmosphere to the worldwide market, and this philosophy perfectly matches the one behind our beloved game.”

The Last Door: Collector’s Edition™ will be available for just $9.99 when it releases, and will be available for additional platforms such as mobile devices later in 2014. For more information, please see

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