Neverending Nightmares is a psychological horror game inspired by the real horror of my battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. It features a truly interactive narrative structure allowing you to shape the outcome of the game. It will take the psychological horror genre in a new direction by eschewing many traditions that don’t contribute to creating an immersive horrifying experience such as limited save points, item collection/ammo hoarding, and puzzle solving.

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0 comments by InfinitapGames on Sep 20th, 2013

Please check out our kickstarter page and help us make the game. We really appreciate your support! We don't have very much time left, so if you could check out the page and pledge, we'd appreciate it.

From the kickstarter page, you can also download A Mobius Proposal, another neat game Matt Gilgenbach made to propose to his wife.

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Neverending Nightmares Prototype

Neverending Nightmares Prototype

Sep 20, 2013 Demo 9 comments

This is the prototype demo we put together for Kickstarter

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suarezrenzo02 Jan 26 2014, 2:13am says:

i really want the full!! when is the full released??? no news T_T im really sad cause i want more. i played the demo and i want more

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TheUnbeholden Sep 25 2013, 4:53am says:

One of the few point and click games I've ever gotten into. The art style is fantastic, that hand drawn feel makes the horror come to life in a eerie yet addictive way. A kind of way that normal games can't have. With hand drawn style you can add so much idiosyncratic details to everything. So that every scene is special in its own way... this feels like something I should have played at some point in the past, but haven't until now.

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BennLP Sep 21 2013, 2:21pm says:

very good game :D wait for the fullgame

My Let´s Play

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lanm Sep 21 2013, 6:34am says:

This looks really creepy!
Looking forward to seeing more!

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Jul 29 2014, 2:59pm

@ChilledRice We aren't choosing our release date until we are closer to launch to avoid conflicts with other titles. End of Sept probably.

Jul 25 2014, 4:28pm

Posted a dev diary discussing the dirty secrets behind how we direct our cutscenes:

Jul 25 2014, 1:24pm

In this dev vid, I talk about the distinction between terror and horror and how it is applicable to horror game

Jul 23 2014, 1:56pm

@desktopdaydream Our game runs at 720p30 - like most last gen games. :) It's not super powerful, but you can make a good looking game on it.

Jul 23 2014, 1:55pm ARG has been solved! It's a trailer for Colin Northway's latest game: It looks awesome!

Jul 23 2014, 11:41am

@ShiftingBits Have you considered @playouya 's FTGF? That was hugely helpful for us, and if you are using Unity, developing for Ouya is easy

Jul 21 2014, 3:27pm

@ShiftingBits For NeN we figured out the min amount of $ we could still make a compelling project, and cut content to fit our reduced budget

Jul 21 2014, 3:26pm

@ShiftingBits Fun is a lot more challenging to quantify than technical requirements. Plus working with artists, etc complicates things

Jul 21 2014, 2:55pm

Posted a dev diary talking about why kickstarted games (and pretty much all games) are always late:

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