[Indie Horror Spotlight] Real Psychological Horror

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Developer Matt Gilgenbach has battled with mental illness, and specifically his obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. His struggles with both inspired an experimental indie horror game called Neverending Nightmares, which features an interactive branching narrative and hand drawn black and white art style.

Gilgenbach released a demo for the game on its Kickstarter page that I had to play. Watch me take a trip down the bloody rabbit hole after the break.

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  • MachineGunGandhi

    I really dig the Edward Gorey-esque art style.

  • Pav

    I’ve played this demo. Is disturbing.

    • Adam Dodd

      In the best way possible, I think.

      • Pav

        Agreed. This kind of graphics is very suggestive. I like it.