Mountains of Madness – exclusive new screenshots

cerasus.media sent over some new screenshots for Mystery Stories: Mountains of Madness. The screens mostly show more of the snow-swept Antarctic landscape that will serve as the setting for the Berlin-based company’s upcoming H.P. Lovecraft-inspired hidden object game.

 Mountains of Madness

Mystery Stories: Mountain of Madness is based on the H.P. Lovecraft tale “At the Mountains of Madness.” cerasus.media recently launched a Facebook fan page for the game that will feature developer notes and other goodies.

 Mountains of Madness

“[The Facebook page] is not a typical boring advertising page with messages like ‘Buy this,’ ‘Try that,'” explained cerasus.media Managing Director Stefan J├╝lke. “We really want to get the readers involved in the development process, a long time before the game is launched. There is a huge Lovecraft fanbase we’re aiming for.”

 Mountains of Madness

Mountains of Madness is coming soon for the PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone and Nintendo DS.

 Mountains of Madness

 Mountains of Madness

 Mountains of Madness

Latest Mystery Stories game is based on H.P. Lovecraft tale

cerasus.media has announced the next Mystery Stories hidden object game on its website. In Mystery Stories: Mountains of Madness (follow-up to Mystery Stories: Island of Hope and Mystery Stories: Berlin Nights) you’ll investigate the fate of an ill-fated group of Antarctic explorers Antarctica and is based on the novel “At the Mountains of Madness” by H.P. Lovecraft.

 Mountains of Madness

Here’s more info from the developer:

Antarctica, 1931: An expedition team is found dead at the foot of a mad and mysterious mountain range. Only a young student is missing. The polar researcher Lynn Morgan follows his tracks to find out what has happened to him. Has he fallen victim to insanity?

During their trek to the other side of the mountains, Lynn and her mentor, the renowned Professor William Dyer, make a discovery that seems to bring all previous beliefs into question: A fallen thousand-year-old city, its monumental structures and epic secrets frozen in eternal ice. None of Dyer’s hypotheses can explain the city’s existence: Who or what haunts this place? Is it the creation of an unknown primitive people? Ancient Spirits? Or worse…

 Mountains of Madness