The Nightmare Game A LITRPG Horror Novel

by Rayman1313

Original HIATUS Action Adventure Horror Sci-fi Anti-Hero Lead Cyberpunk Grimdark LitRPG Supernatural Virtual Reality
Warning This fiction contains:
  • Gore
  • Profanity
  • Traumatising content

       Ramzan has stolen from the Chechen Mafia, the Obschina, and they are not happy.  He refuses to tell them where he has put their money and fully expects to be tortured and killed for his silence, but talking is the last thing he can do.  The Obschina had bigger plans for Ramzan, they are going to put him into their Nightmare Game.  A VR Game that places the players in horror movie scenarios, only they modded their version so that once you go in you never get out, and if you die in the game you get uploaded; doomed to repeat living nightmares until they pull the plug.  Ramzan is now fighting to maintain his life and sanity without giving the mafia any hint as to where the money has gone.  Can he survive the Nightmare Game?  This runs the gamut of standard horrors such as zombies to slashers and several lesser seen nightmares.  Hell would be easier to deal with than the Nightmare Game.

        Fans of Horror and Litrpg will want to look at what it is really like to be trapped in a game, where everything and everyone is plotting to kill you.  Who can you trust?  Who can you call?  Who Will save you?  These are the things that plague Ramzan's thoughts as he struggles to survive just one more second in the Nightmare Game.


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Pretty cool concept! I like the tone and dark attitudes of the piece.  The main character seems to be able to think on his feet and keeps his head in situations that most movie characters lose their minds.  I like that he thinks things through, and often anticipates things happening.  I only know Litrpg a little; it's a fairly interesting new genre for me but I think that the ideas here really fit scary movies.  It reminded me of someone getting stuck in a horror movie.  Kind of like Wax Works, but way better.  I don't know if the writer is Russian but he seems to have a grasp of the way of life there.