Very Little Nightmares, a mobile spinoff of the acclaimed puzzle/thriller game Little Nightmares from Tarsier Studios, has already been able for iOS for quite a while now, delivering a compressed experience for iPhone users. Now, the game is also set to make its way over to the Android platform as well. Though no launch date has been confirmed as of yet, you can already find it available for pre-registration. Check out the game’s trailer below:

Very Little Nightmares acts as a prequel to the first game, with you exploring the backstory of the 'Girl in the Yellow Raincoat'. The story kicks off when our protagonist wakes up and finds herself trapped in a mysterious mansion known only as The Nest. Now, it's up to you to help her navigate through the various maze-like rooms, which also happens to be full of traps.

Along the way, you'll encounter many characters, most of whom have a twisted appearance. There’s the Craftsman, a figure in a wheelchair who possesses unnaturally long arms, and then there’s the handcuffed Butler, who has telekinetic powers. These characters will try to prevent you from escaping, so you’ll also have to deal with them in addition to all the puzzles.

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You'll encounter many puzzles and characters along the way

But unlike its predecessor, Very Little Nightmares is not played from a side-on angle. Instead, the game has a portrait orientation where you see things from an isometric point of view. Also, you won’t have direct controls of the Girl as you did with Six in the first game. Instead, you simply tap on a location or an object to command her to move to said location or interact with the thing.

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The game has a portrait orientation where you see things from an isometric point of view

Very Little Nightmares has been pretty well-received on iOS since its release, holding a 4.5/5-star rating on the US App Store. As a result, if you are interested in getting it for your Android device, head over to its Google Play page to pre-register right now.