Linux Gaming News

A horror game about mental illness Neverending Nightmares due out soon

You may see a few articles floating around other websites right now about a #developer who suffered a rather big defeat with one of his other games, called Retro/Grade, but is taking another stab at it with a new #psychological horror #game called Neverending Nightmares for Linux, Mac, Windows PC and Ouya. Partly based on Retro/Grade creator Matt Gilgenbach’s own experience in dealing with mental health and the dark place he was after Retro/Grade.

Update: Sept. 18th, 2014 12:52pm PST: We have just received word on when this game will finally make it to the Ouya console. While there is still no official confirmation as to when Neverending Nightmare will be arriving for Android tablets, this game will be launching on the Ouya console and Steam,  September 26th, 2014. It will be on sale to celebrate its launch for $13.49. We will post another update once it is live.

While this game explores certain mental health issues, it is coming from Matt’s own experiences and battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. The game consists of 2D black & white visuals, with splashes of red for blood, and an incredibly dark and atmospheric soundtrack. While the graphics are 2D, the developer is using 3D graphics techniques to create the more stylized look the game has. The visuals are also very vivid, graphic and twisted at times.


Neverending Nightmares will have players dealing with all sorts of nightmares and horrors. Stealth will play a large role in this game and overall the game is about exploration. The more vulnerable you are at any point in this game, the more amplified the horror in the game becomes. Working to avoid confrontation is key but if you have to fight, there are some combat mechanics to take advantage of.

Reblogged from: droidgamers


You Might Also Like