Nightmare Boy to Haunt Your Dreams on PC and Consoles

BadLand Games is doing a little shared dreaming with two-man indie studio The Vanir Project in order to make metroidvania platformer Nightmare Boy a reality on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a current launch window slated for Q3 2017. But first, Nightmare Boy needs help securing a Steam release. Thus a Greenlight campaign is officially underway, seeking enough thumbs up votes to ensure the PC version is available on the world’s most popular digital download platform.

Check out the new trailer, go vote on Greenlight, then hit the sack to dream of exploring an open world hell straight out of the 16 and 32-bit era. Sleep tight, but don’t let the Nightmare Boy bite.

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