Horror adventure ‘Last Half of Darkness: Society of the Serpent Moon’ is now available

Iceberg Interactive and game developer WRF Studios announced today that the horror adventure game Last Half of Darkness: Society of the Serpent Moon (PC) has been released in English speaking European territories and is available via digital download portals worldwide. Alternatively, you can buy Last Half of Darkness: Society of the Serpent Moon and its predecessor Tomb of Zojir in the Iceberg Shop.
Last Half of Darkness: Society of the Serpent Moon is a Third-person point & click style adventure that comes with high resolution full screen graphics, cinematic movie cut scenes, strange and mysterious puzzles, creepy and horrifying thriller mystery, dynamic fog and rain effects and TAB key-enabled hotspot display.
According to the press release, vampire-like murders are plaguing the dark streets and alleys of the tiny exotic European town of Antibes. After your fiancée was sent there to write and investigate a story, you receive a strange package with a booklet and mysterious disk. The return address on the package reveals it came from Antibes and it contains the bloodstained engagement ring you gave her!
Your journey follows the path of clues left behind by your missing girlfriend, where along the way you will have to solve an ancient mystery and the source of evil causing the local townsfolk to turn into a rare breed of savage night-thirsty murderers.

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