Little Nightmares Is Coming To Mobile This Winter

The macabre-yet-whimsical puzzle-platformer is slated to hit iOS and Android later this year.

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More than five years after it first hit consoles and PC, Little Nightmares is coming to mobile. Developer Tarsier Studios made the announcement as a part of GameSpot's first-ever Swipe Showcase, revealing an Android and iOS version of the horror adventure game is coming later this year.

Set in a grim and mysterious world, Little Nightmares follows a young girl named Six as she navigates a ship filled with unusual horrors. All the while, Six must contend with a ravenous hunger that is taking over her body, leading to some pretty gruesome situations. The game features a dark, almost Coraline-like art style--though its content is decidedly more disturbing than that of the children's story. Little Nightmares explores horror through the eyes of a child and emphasizes the powerlessness they have through "hide-and-seek" style gameplay rather than allowing the players to engage in combat.

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In GameSpot's review of Little Nightmares, we praised the game for its "haunting narrative," "tense cat-and-mouse style chases," and "enthralling visual and audio design." However, the game's short length did lead to some criticism.

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