The famous little nightmares is coming to mobile this winter, as many may have witnessed during Swipe, Gamespot’s first-ever mobile showcase! With transfer designed for mobile devices, bandai namco Europe and Playdigious announced the moody puzzle Little Nightmares platform game for iOS and Android. With a new user interface, Game Center achievements and controller support, explore or rediscover this dark and humorous story!
Little Nightmares has been carefully redesigned for mobile
Little Nightmares, a video game created by Tarsier Studios, tells the story of Six, a young child who must leave The Maw, an iron vessel filled with corrupted souls. Find a way out and prepare to face the most horrible childhood fears.
Players must tread carefully on a terrifying quest. In a haunted ship, encounter your childhood phobias while escaping its creepy inhabitants. Through strange environments, climb, run and hide to solve challenging puzzles.
Experience the world of The Maw through the game’s excellent sound design. Features of Little Nightmares revamped interface, Game Center Achievements, iCloud to share progress between iOS devices and compatibility with MFI controllers.
Playdigious, a publisher with in-house porting capabilities based in Montpellier, France, is actively developing high-caliber indie games for console, PC, and mobile platforms. Xavier Liard and Romain Tisserand, two seasoned businessmen who previously formed DotEmu, founded the company in 2015.
The Fragbite Group, which includes Playdigous, is listed on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm. Players can find additional details about Little Nightmares on the official website.
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