Few video games can make you feel as uneasy as Saturnalia
, and even fewer can make you feel that way, driven to play more, discover more, solve more puzzles, and avoid being found by the scuttling, horrible creature that stalks the tiny, cramped town and-oh god-you can’t even trust the buildings around you.
In the 1989 computer game Saturnalia, set in Sardinia, you play Anita, a young lady driving a Fiat 500 across an infinite bridge toward the imaginary village of Gravois. On December 21, the winter solstice and the longest night of the year, the Feast of Saint Lucia is celebrated locally. You want to let Damiano, a married man who is also your lover, know that you are expecting and plan to keep the kid.
The surroundings initially appear endearing, secure, and a little bit familiar. Still, they are dismal and gorgeously lit with single-color neon lights created by the matches you use to light various little bonfires or for light.
Scary Nun Or Flesh-Eating Zombie, Who Would You Be This Halloween?
Halloween Costume Ideas
Halloween 2022 is here. Get ready to indulge in all things spooky and quirky. Now is the time to cosplay your favourite horror movie character. If you still haven’t decided on what to wear for the Halloween party, don’t fret. From wacky to creepy, here are some costume ideas that can help you get the Halloween vibes just right.
Here’s Your Chance To Look Pretty In Green
Looking pretty in pink is so passe, don’t you think? So 1980s. Now’s the time to slay in green. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind Halloween costume, then why not consider dressing like She-Hulk? Here’s how you can pull off the look: Put on some green face paint, make sure you have a pair of green contact lenses ready. You can opt for power-dressing as Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk is a high-flying corporate lawyer. You can also opt for a white- and-purple leotard suit to mimic her fighting costume.
Unleash Your Inner Dragon With This Aemond Targaryen Look
Want to look dashing and devious at the same time? You won’t go wrong by taking a page out of Aemond Targaryen’s book. Looking like Prince Aemond (from the ‘House of the Dragon’) is quite easy. All you need is an eye patch, a black coat, and of course a long, blonde wig. (Make the wig as luscious as you can)
Get Set To Step Into The Shoes Of ‘The Nun’
This nun is the opposite of holy. She is scary with a capital S. Planning to scare off people the moment they set their eyes on you? If yes, then the demonic nun with piercing, diabolical eyes from the movie ‘The Nun’ will do the trick.
To get this look right, just don a black-and-white habit (a uniform that monks and nuns wear), cover your eyebrows with a concealer. Next apply white foundation to your face liberally to ensure that you look ghastly pale. Apply coal-black eyeshadow and colour all the areas around your eyes pitch black. As Valak (the nun) has dark lips, make sure you have a tube of black lip-colour nearby.
Turn Everybody Into ‘Scaredy Cats’ With The Regan McNeil Look
No Halloween is complete without a crazily, believable rendition of Regan, the super-scary, possessed little girl from the cult 1973 movie, ‘The Exorcist’. Get some bright contact lenses and a wig, apply some chalky white foundation to your face and some latex to recreate the facial wounds. Brush some fake vomit ( just mix in water and turmeric) at the end of your lips, and voila, you are ready to go!
The game’s strange combination of visual styles, where your surroundings are unobstructed and smooth, yet your figure is moved in a twitchy, almost vibrating with beauty, elegance, textures, and works, although it shouldn’t.
- On what date does Saturnalia start?
Saturnalia was initially observed on December 17, but it was later extended to three and seven days.
- Is Christmas a Saturnalia?
The Ancient Romans celebrated the agricultural deity Saturn with the festival of Saturnalia, which takes place in the middle of December.
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