Red Wasp Design Releases Cthulhu Christmas Calendar Lite

Following on from the popular full version of  Cthulhu Christmas Calendar, Red Wasp Design have now released a Lite version of the app to allow fans and cultists to dip their tentacled toes into a Mythos countdown. The app allows users to see the art and enjoy the quiz entries from the 1 st till the 9 th of December for free. To see the art from the 10 th December onwards, users can purchase the full version to continue the countdown till when the stars are right for Cthulhumas.

Both the Lite and full versions of ' Cthulhu Christmas Calendar', feature original pieces of artwork for every day in December leading up to Christmas. Each image presents a fun mashup of festive icons like Santa into the Cyclopean world of the great Cthulhu, the malevolent Mi-Go and the dark god Nyarlathotep.

The Lite app is available now from the App Store  for iPadiPod Touch and iPhone. It is also available from the  Android Marketplace for Android devices.

There is more information on the  Cthulhu Christmas Calendar page and you can chat about it with fellow cultists on  its own Facebook page.

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Red Wasp Design is a new games developer based in Bristol, England. The app development studio is composed of experienced professionals who have worked on a number of best selling titles on Playstation 3, iPhone and other platforms. More information can be found  here. They are currently completing another Cthulhu related project, the game ' Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land'. You can find out more from Red Wasp Design via their Facebook page ( h ttp://, Twitter ( @redwaspdesign) and on their website ( )

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