August 28, 2013 7:30 PM | John Polson
Matt Gilgenbach has launched a playable Windows demo and Kickstarter for psychological horror game Neverending Nightmares. After surviving a gruelling 4-year development cycle with Retro/Grade while struggling with obsessive comulsiveness, Matt has decided to turn his challenges into game design inspiration.
The demo is Windows only, but the game will be available on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Ouya. The developer has opted for a six-month exclusivity deal with Ouya, wherein the company will match the Kickstarter funding if met, and release Q3 2014. However, alpha and beta releases will go out to pledgers earlier that year.
The six-month exclusivity pushes crossplatform release to Q1 2015. Early pledgers can get PC+Ouya codes for $10, alpha access for $35, and beta access for $25.
Matt and Co. will be showing the game at PAX Prime at booth #885, as part of the 80+game Indie Megabooth.