The Neverhood, known as Klaymen Klaymen in Japan, is a point-and-click adventure game developed by The Neverhood, Inc. and published by DreamWorks Interactive in 1996. The game is set in a world of clay called the Neverhood. Klaymen, the main protagonist, wakes up in a building and does not know where he is or what he has to do. But as he explores the area, more and more of the plot will be revealed.
The Neverhood is a claymation game that was shot entirely on beta versions of the Minolta RD-175, making it the first professional stop motion production using consumer digital cameras. The soundtrack was composed by Terry Scott Taylor.