Little Nightmares Now Available for Mobile Devices

Players will set out to escape their childhood fears with today’s release of Playdigious, Tarsier Studios, and Bandai Namco’s Little Nightmares for mobile devices.

Available on both iOS and Android, Little Nightmares features a dark and whimsical tale that has players contending with a mysterious vessel known as The Maw. Inhabited by corrupt souls, it’s up to Six to escape to live another day.

Set in a 2.5D world, players will encounter platforming puzzler elements that will render the player helpless. In order to survive, players must use stealth and the environment to hide from Little Nightmare’s different enemies.

The mobile version of Little Nightmares features a revamped user interface, Game Center Achievements, cloud saves, and MFicontroller compatibility

Learn more with the Little Nightmares mobile launch trailer for the game below:

Little Nightmares — Mobile Launch Trailer

Be sure to check out our review of the PlayStation 4 version of Little Nightmares, which we scored an 80/100 back in 2017:

“…if you like the idea of feeling like a helpless child in a foreign world, you will be hard-pressed to find something better than this.”Little Nightmares Review, Johnny Hurricane

Source: Press Release
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