Unending Nightmare is a Minecraft horror map that, instead of utilizing all the various new gameplay concepts and ideas that horror maps have started to make use of recently, takes a step backward in order to give players a more traditional gameplay experience. Due to its traditional approach, this is a great map to play if you’re chasing a sense of nostalgia and want a horror map that goes back to the roots, on the other hand, it’s also worth trying out if you’re completely new to this particular category of maps and want to start off with something that isn’t too complex.
In Unending Nightmare, you play the role of a cursed person who seems to be having the same nightmare over and over again. At first, you didn’t think much of it but, with each passing day, the nightmares became more and more vivid and they eventually started having a huge impact on your life. You’ve been trying to avoid these nightmares but it seems like the only way you can get rid of them is by confronting them and eliminating your fears once and for all but this won’t be an easy task as many dark beings lurk in these nightmares.
As far as the gameplay is concerned, Unending Nightmare utilizes a lot of horror map clichés in order to keep players interested so you should prepare yourself for a lot of jumpscares while playing this map. The core gameplay mechanics aren’t particularly complex so, as long as you have a decent understanding of the basics of Minecraft, you probably won’t face any major difficulties. The gameplay can last anywhere between 10 – 15 minutes, so this is certainly one of the shorter maps out there and is great for players who don’t want a lot of time on their hands to sink into a horror map.
- Recommend playing singleplayer
- Brightness: +35%
- Graphics: Fancy
- Chunks: 8
- Volume: %100 Music: OFF