The Nope Game and Other Stories.
A downloadable book
The Nope Game and other short horror stories is an anthology of experimental works of first person horror originally shared in the nosleep community and featured on the nosleep podcast. Expect reality glitches, suburban cryptids, Mexican folk stories and many unexplainable, terrible encounters with the supernatural.
Each story is written as an internet post you have found by accident. As you read it, you wonder if this can be real. It descends into nightmare and grabs you and does not let go until the ending leaves you with a brand new thing to be afraid of, something you had never imagined before.
Horrible viral challenges, haunted appliances, psychic pests, real life super villains and terrifying presences will be added to your list of phobias. Here is what some people from the NoSleep community had to say:
You can find The Nope Game featured on The No Sleep Podcast with professional voice actors!
"This is so creative and unique, and gives me the same kind of feeling I get from some Junji Ito favorites. Awesome work."
"This made me a little sick. Good job. I usually feel disconnected from stories however this was immersive."
"Your stories are amazing at how much impact they deliver in the space they have."
"Actually stunned. It read like a Neil Gaiman short."
"Love it. Too many stories force a twist ending. This just tells a scary story straight. Best vampire story I've read in a while".
"That was probably the greatest and one of the most thrilling stories I have ever read!"
"This is great, I love the atmosphere. I worked graveyard shift for awhile and I can relate to the drive on the empty roads at night, and sleeping during the day.Also I'm really happy to see a story set in Mexico. I lived there as a child and I appreciate this perspective as a place people are and do everything things."
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