Phantasmagoria 2
Macintosh CD, $59.95
(available mid-February 1997)

Win95 CD, $59.95
(available now)

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A psychological horror story of madness, murder, and the blackest depths of the human soul ... (available Fall of 1996)

Curtis Craig is a quiet young man. He has a steady job working for the Wyntech Corporation. He has a lovely girlfriend, Jocilyn. He's been out of the mental hospital for exactly one year. All Curtis wants is to live a normal, happy life, but something seems to have other plans.

Strange events, inexplicable and terrifying, begin to happen all around him. Photographs bleed. Rats speak. His computer develops a vicious mind of its own. Curtis begins to doubt his own sanity, and the very fabric of reality.

Curtis can't bear the thought that he's losing his mind again. The idea of returning to the asylum, and to the sadistic doctor who seemed to delight in torturing him ... Curtis decides he would rather do anything, anything at all, to prevent that. With the help if his best friend Trevor, Curtis investigates his own family history, hoping to find a clue that will let him understand what s happening. Instead, he unearths more mysteries, and a closetful of bloody skeletons.

Curtis' sleep is plagued by horrible nightmares which blend into his waking reality.

Curtis feels like he is losing himself, sinking further into his own private hell. He grows distant from Jocilyn, his gentle girlfriend. He is drawn into a web of sex and sweat and pain by Therese, a co-worker with a secret life in the darkness of downtown S&M clubs.

Then ... the murders begin.

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