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Neverending Nightmares

2 years ago

Feature: Still going

My Favourite Art Style: Neverending Nightmares

As far as horror games go, Neverending Nightmares’ [official site] grainy, monochromatic animations set the perfect scene. The sketchy, hand-drawn shadows that guard its borders create an enduring sense of confinement, and the splashes of colour which dance their way into certain frames - stained glass windows, orange candlelight, radiant pink pocket flowers, and, of course, streams of crimson blood - serve to accentuate the…

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5 years ago

Hurrah! – Neverending Nightmares, Hot Tin Roof Funded

Kickstarter can be a nasty, brutish place to those who aren't prepared for its rigors, and even some of the best and brightest come away penniless at the hands of its fickle whims. That is why days like today are the very best, because three very promising-looking projects crossed the finish line with pleasantly jingling pockets. Each member of the trio - exceedingly personal (and…

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Feature: Night Terrors

Let’s Blather/Cower All Over Neverending Nightmares

We brought you word of Retro/Grade creator Matt Gilgenbach's Neverending Nightmares a while back, and the pitch definitely didn't tiptoe lightly on the heartstrings. In short, Gilgenbach has spent his whole life struggling with obsessive compulsive disorder and depression, and when Retro/Grade's reverse-shmup antics only succeeded in rewinding money right out of his bank account, his personal demons began haunting him worse than ever. Neverending Nightmares…

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Matt Gilgenbach Tries Again With Neverending Nightmare

I feel really bad for Matt Gilgenbach of Infinitap Games, whose game Retro/Grade, he explains "was nominated for two IGF awards in 2009 as well as won the IndieCade Audience Award in 2010", and despite that, managed to be a spectacular failure for the talented guy - it just didn't sell. As Nathan said back in March, Retro/Grade moonwalked onto Steam a little while back,…

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