Bit Golem, apparently very generous and talented, released a free horror adventure on Steam, adapted from HP Lovecraft’s short story Dagon. This is a game that takes place in the morphine spirit of a former captain, so it is largely what it claims is a “100% faithful adaptation of the original story.” Dagon takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Dagon is completely free on Steam. So you can go get it. It only supports controllers, but beggars cannot choose. It will update VR support in October this year. Bit Golem is a Polish independent studio that is making their first game, fishing and investigative thriller The story of Herring Lake.
If you decide to like Dagon, there is a $5 DLC that includes audiobooks and e-books to support developers.
I am a well-known skeptic of cosmic horror games, and I am never surprised when the theme games are terrible. I was surprised when they were good. Dagon strikes a good balance: it’s a point-and-click adventure, so it guides you through an interactive story more than it provides a narrative in which you are a basic participant. This is an important step in deleting this type. However, if you are interested, just give it a try. free.