The need for greed
Much like LittleBigPlanet, the macabre puzzle platformer Little Nightmares includes sugar, spice, and all things nice – it just chooses to stir them into a broth predominantly dominated by decapitated body parts. Having worked alongside Media Molecule for many years, it's no surprise to see this interpretive affair play...
About The Game
Dive into the dark imagination of LBP Vita developer Tarsier Studios as you guide a lone youngster through a surreal and submerged dollhouse of horrors, moving from room to room and negotiating the terrors that lurk within.
An eerie and vivid realisation of our worst childhood fears, Little Nightmares places the fate of Six - a lone, barefoot girl – in your hands as she struggles to escape The Maw.
A warped, disturbing re-imagining of a typical doll's house, The Maw is both a playground and a prison, filled with quirky puzzles, unusual characters and truly nightmarish analogues of our most base fears.
Sneak, leap and puzzle your way through each level of this submerged vessel – from the dark depths of 'The Hull' all the way to the safety of 'The Above' – mastering Six's movements as you go to overcome ever greater challenges as the surface approaches.