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Little Nightmares II

Little Nightmares 2

Sequel of the memorable 2017 platformer produced by Tarsier studio. Little Nightmares II introduces new heroes, locations and enemies, preserving the unique atmosphere of the first installment.

Arcade | platform | horror | 2.5 D | side-scroll

Little Nightmares II cover

developer: Tarsier Studios

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Game mode: single player

game release date:

Little Nightmares II is a continuation of the atmospheric platform game created by Tarsier Studios and published in 2017. Like the original, the game described herein is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.


In Little Nightmares II, Six, the heroine of the first installment in the series, returns. But this time she's not alone. She is accompanied by a boy named Mono, with whom the girl has to face the terror lurking in the new place, distorted by the signal transmitted from the mysterious tower.


The most important change compared to the first Little Nightmares is the presence of two heroes who have to cooperate with each other during the game. Second installment in the series also abandons The Maw in favour of new locations with previously unexperienced dangers lurking around.

Little Nightmares 2 Announced; Watch First Trailer
Little Nightmares 2 Announced; Watch First Trailer

news 19 August 2019 20:54

During the opening of gamescom 2019, Bandai Namco revealed Little Nightmares 2. The continuation of Tarsier's atmospheric platform game will be released next year.

Little Nightmares Devs Bought by Owner of THQ Nordic and Koch Media
Little Nightmares Devs Bought by Owner of THQ Nordic and Koch Media

news 21 December 2019 20:34

Swedish team at Tarsier Studios, responsible for Little Nightmares, was acquired by Koch Media and THQ Nordic's parent company, Embracer Group. However, before the studio starts developing games for the new publisher, it has to fulfill the contract with Bandai Namco.

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