English Indie Horror Game Neverending Nightmares Gets Official Manga
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Matt Gilgenbach's indie horror game Neverending Nightmares is getting an official manga adaptation on pixiv's website "MANGA pixiv." The English-language game based on Gilgenbach's personal struggles with mental illness debuted in 2014. The manga version is drawn by Kata Katoh who skillfully recreates the original game's striking art style.
Artwork from Neverending Nightmares PC game.
The original game's story follows Thomas Smith, who is plagued by reoccurring nightmares, as he wanders through the spirit world in search of his dreams' source. He awakens one morning in a strange room after dreaming he stabbed a girl. Confused, a girl claiming to be his sister Gabby appears. She tries to calm Thomas but another figure appears and begins to attack.
Artwork from Neverending Nightmares manga.
The Neverending Nightmares manga is available in both Japanese and English for free.
Katoh previously drew Yoi Sobo to Mago no Hanashi (The Story of the Good Grandmother and Grandson).
The Neverending Nightmares game is available to play in English, Japanese, and Chinese.
Source: Comic Natalie