Reconnect with your inner child to unleash your imagination and find the way out!
Little Nightmares is a puzzle-platformer horror adventure game developed by Tarsier Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. A nine-year-old hungry girl named Six is trapped in The Maw – a surreal underwater resort catering to the whims of sick and powerful fictional creatures. Help Six escape The Maw – a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal. As you progress on your journey, explore the most disturbing dollhouse offering a prison to escape from and a playground full of secrets to discover. When an unexpected twist of fate offers her a chance at freedom, Six takes a journey through the bizarre and unpredictable world of The Maw, and catches a glimpse at the corrupt heart of modern happiness.
Release Date: 28 April, 2017
Developer: Tarsier Studios
Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel CPU Core i3
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GTX 460
HDD: 10 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: Intel CPU Core i7
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 660
HDD: 10 GB
- EMBARK ON A GRIM ADVENTURE – Confront your childhood fears in this dark, whimsical tale, set in an immersive and emotive world full of unsettling situations.
- REKINDLE YOUR CHILDLIKE JOYS – Reconnect with your inner child, unleash your imagination, and stay out of harm’s way. Each room is a cell, each resident a threat, and both are puzzles to untangle.
- VISIT THE MAW – Peek into Six’s super-sized world, part dream, part nightmare, where every step feels like a leap, and every shadow a vast darkness!
Little Nightmares Trailer
Little Nightmares Review
Little Nightmares is an entrancing yet brief journey that even those averse to the horror game genre can enjoy. It also replicates the alien horror of being a child that doesn’t understand what’s happening to and around them, and of a seemingly familiar environment turned into a series of opportunities for safety and danger. It's the kind of game that'll have you advancing into the next room with slow, tentative steps, jamming hard on the right stick to shift the camera as far ahead as it'll let you see, and instinctively shushing whenever something - or someone - makes a noise. The game relies on ambient creepy sounds more than music which is great because when the music suddenly does kick on it has an even greater effect. Creepy and beautiful at the same time, Little Nightmares is a great adventure in a strange world. If you like these artistically pleasing platform puzzlers, then this is going to be something you'll enjoy.