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Living Nightmare: Freedom

by Domithan

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File size: 12 MB
Downloaded: 1,132 times
Graphics: 320x200, 32-bit color
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Game Genre:
Contemporary
Game Type:
Horror
Story Type:
Original
Release Date:
22 Jan 2012
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Bad LanguageOccasional, mild
SexNone
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The final game in the Living Nightmare series. It has been years to James. Thousands of years. When we last left James, he was trapped in an endless nightmare that had taken place in his old home. Since then, he has been dragged through a never ending abyss of darkness by all kinds of tormentors, and was moved away from his home long ago. The experience for James has been hell. Yet, things have changed so much in the time that he has been held prisoner. At first he was terrified, and his tormentors enjoyed his fear. Then he became angry, and his tormentors provoked them in any way they could. And now? Now James is simply broken. Finished. He still becomes scared, angry, and depressed...but it isn't the tormentor's doing anymore. When he can, he rests, but most of his time is spent in an unusual state of mind. He knows very little. He's been handed over to something. Something horrible. It isn't like the other tormentors, though. It keeps him locked away in a cell, occasionally picking on him for entertainment.
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