Very Little Nightmares Scares Up Android

Very Little Nightmares, the mobile horror game from Bandai Namco, is about to terrify and enthrall Android owners as it launches on the Google Play Store.

If you’re lucky you’ll already be able to get onto the Google Play Store and download this new game as it rolls out worldwide and you probably want to give it a try. The game is an on the go spin-off, inspired by the charming spine chiller, Little Nightmares. After the announcement of Little Nightmares 2 during Gamescom 2019, a follow up to the original Little Nightmares game, Bandai brought an on the go experience to iOS devices a little earlier this year. Now, Very Little Nightmares is described by Bandai Namco as,

“a mobile puzzle adventure game where the user takes the control of The Girl in The Yellow Raincoat during her spiraling escape from an odd mansion.”

Players will control the original game’s title character and explore her backstory while exploring the Nest. This chilling maze is filled with the horrors of your childhood packed with perilous situations. The available point and click controls will allow players to make their way through this adventure, solving a myriad of puzzles while trying to escape. If you manage to avoid the gaze of the Mistress and her dolls then you might just survive the entire encounter.

Mini Horror

Very Little Nightmares isn’t your average mobile affair. The chilling, and charming, aesthetic of the console games is translated onto the small screen in a built for mobile experience that sounds like a must-play for anybody who survived the maw the first time around. You can get your hands on Very Little Nightmares now by heading over o the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It will set you back around £6.99 or local equivalent before throwing you into the void that awaits. Find out more about the Little Nightmares series of games over on the official Bandai Namco website now, check out our review of the first game in the series, or check out the trailer above.


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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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