Look a little back into the past, we can see that it is normal for those giant studios to give a hand for those small indie ones to materialize their vision. Bandai Namco Entertainment was one of those examples with Little Nightmares, a horror game that they partnered with Tarsier Studio to develop. The game was initially available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One and later got a Switch version.

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Little Nightmares is a dark yet somehow adorable puzzle-horror game released on PC and consoles

At the moment, the studio is going to release Very Little Nightmares, which will be a prequel for Little Nightmares, and the game is currently available for pre-ordering. Very Little Nightmares was co-developed by Aliek Studio and Bandai Namco Entertainment, the former was known for its famous productions of “Bring You Home” and “Love You to Bits” and the later is the giant publisher which is largely known for their productions of Dark Souls and Tekken 7.

You as the player will take your role as the girl in the yellow raincoat,  the same one as seen in Little Nightmares, and your the only goal will be to try to survive inside the house and at the same time trying to find a way to escape. We can see a bit of Very Little Nightmares’ gameplay from the trailer below:

As can be seen from the trailer, Very Little Nightmare won’t feature the same movement mechanics like those of the console version. Instead, it seems like your movements will be more limited.

Very Little Nightmares
Try to survive and find a way to escape

If you are a fan of Very Little Nightmares’ sequel Little Nightmares and are currently expecting more from the game’s story or wanting to have an experience the game on the mobile platform, you can pre-order the game right now on App Store for only $6.99 (Rs 485) before its official release on the 30th of May. As for Android users, however, there has not been any announcement for the game’s Android version.