Kult of Ktulu: Olympic


A conversational adventure with a Lovecraft-esque atmosphere


Rate this App

Kult of Ktulu: Olympic is a conversational adventure where you can accompany little Elena, a young girl on board a massive transatlantic ship that just left the old continent in search of the new world. Everything seems to be going fine at first, until suddenly, something strange starts happening with her diary.

As in all good Lovecraft stories, Kult of Ktulu: Olympic is set in the early 20th century. In fact, throughout the story, you'll even run into some relevant historical characters from the time period. While you can't directly interact with them, you can influence some of your character's decisions.

The gameplay in Kult of Ktulu: Olympic is, as in all the titles from the genre, very simple. Your task is limited to reading what Elena writes in her diary and, at times, make some decisions that affect the story's development. In fact, one of the great things about the game is that your actions will radically change the outcome of the adventure.

Kult of Ktulu: Olympic is an original, immersive, and thrilling adventure. It's a real treat for fans of the Cthulhu Mythos, who will find in this game an experience that's both well-developed and entertaining.
50 free Android games featuring female protagonists

The world of videogames is packed full of stories featuring men. It's a fact that this has been going on for decades but fortunately, little by little, things have finally begun to change, mature, and evolve. We need more women being featured in video games (and programming, illustrating, and production, too). This is why we've put together a list of 50 games featuring female characters. Who knows, maybe next year we can make a list of 100 games. And with any luck, this type of list won't even be necessary in a few years.
Read more

The best free text adventures for Android

If there's one genre in the world of gaming as old a the medium itself, it's dialog tree games. These interactive stories have greatly evolved since the legendary 1977 Adventure (around here we like to call it the Original Adventure), but the genre tropes are essentially the same as ever: you dive into an immersive experience through the text where your decisions are key in how the adventure plays out. Although in part this gameplay developed because of the technological limits of that period, lots of developers have been very clever about bringing them back on Android but with tweaks made to the format in surprising ways. Hence why today we've decided to pick the best free text adventures for mobile devices.
Read more


Requires Android 4.1 or higher

Uptodown X