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‘Neverending Nightmares’ Bringing Psychological Horror To Steam

Matt Gilgenbach’s black, white and red all over indie psychological horror game Neverending Nightmares, along with a bevy of other games, was approved on Steam Greenlight earlier this week. It looks incredibly creepy, and not just because it’s inspired by Gilgenbach’s own struggle with mental illness. If you haven’t read it already, I highly recommend you check out T. Blake Braddy’s interview, it’s pretty great.

Also among the newly green-lit titles is Montague’s Mount and Fran Bow, both of which we’ve played — and enjoyed — on the Bloody Disgusting YouTube channel. If you’d like to take a peek at the full list, head on over to Steam Greenlight.

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1 Comment
  • Pav

    That’s good news. This game is worth of good distribution. Now we have to wait when it’s ready.

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