Little Nightmares announcement for iOS and Android

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Little Nightmares, a video game created by Tarsier Studios, recounts the story of Six, a young child who has to leave The Maw, an iron vessel filled with souls that have been corrupted. Find a way out and prepare to face the most horrifying childhood fears.

As many people may have seen during Swipe, Gamespot’s first-ever mobile showcase, the critically praised Little Nightmares is heading to mobile this winter! Bandai Namco Europe and Playdigious have released the brooding puzzle platformer Little Nightmares for iOS and Android with a transfer optimised for mobile devices. Explore or rediscover this darkly funny adventure with a new UI, Game Center achievements, and controller compatibility!

Highlights

  • Experience The Maw’s world through the game’s excellent sound design. Little Nightmares features revamped interface, Game Center achievements, iCloud to share progress between iOS devices, and compatibility with MFI controllers.

  • Players must proceed cautiously through a terrifying quest. In a haunted vessel, encounter your childhood phobias while escaping its spooky residents. Through eerie environments, climb, run, and hide to complete challenging puzzles.

The Fragbite Group, which includes Playdigous, is listed on Stockholm’s Nasdaq First North. Players can find additional details about Little Nightmares on the official website.

Playdigious, a publisher with in-house porting capabilities based in Montpellier, France, is actively developing high-caliber independent games for console, PC, and mobile platforms. Xavier Liard and Romain Tisserand, two seasoned businessmen who had previously formed DotEmu, founded the company in 2015.

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