The next few days will either make or break the crowd funding ambitions of Matt Gilgenbach's Neverending Nightmares, a "terrifying psychological horror game inspired by the developer's battle with mental illness." The Kickstarter campaign for the game, to be released simultaneously on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Ouya in August of next year (assuming that it meets its funding goal) is within striking distance of being successful. With only 58 hours to go, Neverending Nightmares has managed to raise $69,437 of its $99,000 goal from 2,564 backers.
A demo (Windows only) will give you an idea of what you are paying for if you to decide to back this project – as will the video to your left explaining the game in more detail.
The Kickstarter page for the project features lots of testimonials from fellow developers, as well as links to Gilgenbach's various discussions with the press too.
If you are interested in backing this project, you can do so by visiting its Kickstarter page. There's also a Steam Greenlight page for Neverending Nightmares here. We'll check back in with the project in a few days to see if it has been fully funded or fallen short of the glory.