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Neverending Nightmares is a psychological horror game inspired by developer Matt Gilgenbach’s battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression.

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About Neverending Nightmares:
Neverending Nightmares is a psychological horror game inspired by developer Matt Gilgenbach’s battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression. In the game, you take on the role of Thomas who awakens from a terrible nightmare only to find that he is still dreaming. As he descends deeper through the layers of hellish dreamscapes, he must hide from horrifying apparitions and outrun his inner demons. He must discover which of the horrors he encounters are a manifestation of his own psychological state and figure out what reality will be when he finally wakes up. The artwork is evocative of Edward Gorey and is done in the style of black and white pen sketches which create a distinctive moody and dark atmosphere. Interactive objects in the game environment differ from the overall look through the sparse use of color. A dynamic lighting system gives the ever present darkness a character of its own and allows the player to cast shadows based on his position relative to the light sources. The audio in Neverending Nightmares is one of its strongest features. IGF nominated composer Skyler McGlothlin delivers a haunting and oppressive dark ambient score. The warped piano notes and rumbling bass provide an ominous backdrop to the nightmarish soundscape including the pained rasping of the Thomas’s labored breathing to the guttural growls of lurking monstrosities.


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  1. This game scared and made me cry at the same time the depressing music when Gabriella leaves Thomas sad moments people 🙁

  2. I really want a dlc where you end up in the layers of hell and travel between the layers to a alter which has a holes on it you have to travel in each layer to get a gem but in order to get the gem you have to deal with monsters that look like deformed humans and creatures much like the ones in spooky’s house of jump scares if you manage to get all the gems and place it on the alter you “seem to be home” but it was a bad ending to get the real ending you have to find a painting in one of the layers each one resembles a place the first a hospital the second a circus the third a mansion the fourth a asylum the fifth a graveyard and a sixth a tree house and the seventh a overgrown garden and eighth a puppet show (you are a puppet who needs to find the exit of the puppet show but the other puppets are haunted so you get a weapon to shoot them with and the main enemy is a reaper resembling puppet) then the final the ninth which is the place where the alter is but the good ending is actually in the asylum go to a room and you will find a painting you can interact with it falls down and then you find a light shining from the other side you crawl to it and then you encounter a boss fight against the four horsemen if you win you will get the good ending but if you lose you get another bad ending

  3. Soo i think
    Gabby is the daughter and she dies. The dad aka Thomas can't get over it and his wife that looks like Gabby leaves him because of it. He gets sad and tries to commit suicide then his wife comes back to him. 🥺

  4. the way I see it, most of the endings are him still in a coma, he just thinks he's out, like wayward dreamer, as he isn't a kid, he just thinks he is. final decent is where he finds a way to his brain, making it out, and actually wakes up…

    …to a horrid ending


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