Infinitap Games

Matt Gilgenbach founded Infinitap games in 2011. He was previously the co-founder of 24 Caret Games, the developer of the award winning rhythm shmup hybrid game Retro/Grade. Much of the development team at Infinitap worked on Retro/Grade as well. While Retro/Grade received a warm critical reception, it had a difficult development cycle and was unsuccessful financially. Matt was sent into a deep depression and was inspired to make a game that would express his feelings. The horror genre was the perfect fit for expressing the fear and anxiety that Matt felt. The team bet everything on Neverending Nightmares and when they ran out of funds, they turned to kickstarter as a final effort to see the game made. After a challenging campaign, Neverending Nightmares was fortunate enough to be funded on the last day.