By Patrick Dorsey

ISBN-10: 1939437369

ISBN-13: 9781939437365

In outdated Japan, humans collected to go lengthy, darkish evenings trying out one another's nerve with the sport Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai. Taking turns sharing tales of the unusual, the ghostly, and the supernatural and snuffing a candle after each one story, they'd proceed lengthy into the evening or until eventually, within the turning out to be darkness, a person reached the tip in their nerves and known as the sport off. Candle online game™ updates this outdated culture, offering ideas for play in addition to vintage tales of the unusual and ghostly for gamers to inform. As each one candle is going out, the shadows and no matter what they cover press nearer…do you dare hearken to yet another story?

THE SHEER, FRAIL house among the typical AND THE UNCANNY

To the folk of previous Japan, the barrier among our global and the area of the ghostly and supernatural used to be as skinny because the paper of a shoji wall, with ghosts and demons and monsters crossing freely and unforeseen to torment and terrify the unwary. close to the tip of the 19th century, writer and journalist Lafcadio Hearn authorised an project to Japan and located a lifelong domestic. thinking about the disquieting stories he came upon, he accumulated and translated the main amazing and unnerving of them to provide to western readers following Japan’s then-recent establishing to the remainder of the realm.

Candle Game:™ Kaidankai includes entire principles for play and lines stories amassed from around the works of the mythical Lafcadio Hearn, together with the eerie vintage tales “A story of Ingwa,” “The Boy Who Drew Cats,” “The Reconciliation,” and “Hoichi the Earless.” incorporated as a part of the sport, those spooky stories is usually learn all alone. yet for a lone reader getting down to discover the unusual and supernatural global of previous Japan, take into account whilst interpreting past due into the evening: in jap culture, the barrier among our international and the subsequent is thinnest within the small hours of the morning…

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In outdated Japan, humans collected to cross lengthy, darkish evenings trying out one another's nerve with the sport Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai. Taking turns sharing tales of the bizarre, the ghostly, and the supernatural and snuffing a candle after each one story, they might proceed lengthy into the evening or till, within the starting to be darkness, a person reached the tip in their nerves and referred to as the sport off.

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