Little Misfortune 12+

Find your Eternal Happiness

Killmonday Games

Designed for iPad

    • $6.99



You can now play Little Misfortune on iPad Pro (2nd & 3rd Gen)!

Little Misfortune is an interactive story, focused on exploration and characters, both sweet and dark, where your choices have consequences.

Starring Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez, an imaginative 8-year-old, who seeks the prize of Eternal Happiness, as a gift to her Mommy. Led by her new friend, Mr. Voice, they venture into the woods, where mysteries are unraveled and a little bit of bad luck unfolds.

Sharing the same universe with the cult video game Fran Bow, created by the visionary dev-duo Killmonday Games.


You may pet a doggy, a fishy, a wolfie, the Kraken, the kitty and the foxy.
Visit a pet cemetery with a shovel.
Now with real human voices: Hear Misfortune say some pretty cute things!
Missing children.
There's a monster!
Fall in love.
Commit petty crimes.
Original art by Natalia Martinsson.
Original soundtrack by Isak Martinsson.

What’s New

Version 1.22

* iPad Pro support (2nd & 3rd Gen)!!
* UI improvements
* Language is set according to device language on start. You can change the language in the game options.
* Further memory optimisation

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
228 Ratings

228 Ratings

SaltySwan ,

Fantastic Game... Until it Began Crashing

The parts of the game that I was able to play were super fun! The backgrounds and character design were absolutely stunning, the voice actors were fantastic, and the story was incredibly engaging.

However, I was unable to finish the game due to its constant crashing. Not only did the game crash a few random times throughout my play through, but whenever I attempt to enter Benjamin’s house, the game crashes. I’ve tried to get around this several times, but nothing seems to work. I’ve tried loading a save file that placed me at the end of Phantasmagoria and reentering the house, clicking the “Continue” button on the home screen once I was inside the house, but nothing seems to work. I adore this game and would love to finish it, but I can’t.

Is there anything that can be done to fix this?

Developer Response ,


We will be pushing out an update that will take care of that crash as soon as possible! Thank you for your patience :)

Escafreya ,

A breath of depressingly fresh air.

Little Misfortune is one of those games that doesn’t quite fit the usual qualifications for a game. There’s very little to the gameplay other than moving left and right, and interacting with objects. It’s akin to an old Sierra point and click, but much shorter. And I’m fine with that. Little Misfortune is more of an experience than it is a game, similar to the likes of Journey or Abzu. And maybe it’s just because mainstream games have become nothing more than shameless cash grabs, but even in its brevity, Little Misfortune has more heart and soul pouring out of its illustrated narrative than any AAA release I’ve played recently. Be warned though, this is not a story for the faint-hearted. Little Misfortunes journey to find eternal happiness for her mother is fraught with danger and disappointment. But for anyone willing to undertake the perilous task with our Little Lady, the ending is an emotional and depressing while also somewhat uplifting climax that will stay with you for a while. Warning: as of this review, the IOS version has a bug that keeps you from getting the “good” ending, so completionists be warned, you can still win the game, but not %100.

S.Ali Alwedaie ,

This game is not for me, but still...

I don’t get the promise of this game. It’s clearly not for toddlers for its “mild” profanity and violence, yet it’s filled with stupidly simple mini-puzzles that are incredibly dull to solve. So who’s the target audience?

I downloaded the game for the adorable character and her cute accent so I can’t complain. Overall I acknowledge that the game is not for me and therefore my opinion is biased. but still, I can say that the gameplay was incredibly boring. The decisions you make don’t seem to have drastic effects and many clues may be safely ignored which made me lose interest in pursuing them. I just wanted to finish it up, like a school class you don’t like.

I’m sure the developers have put a lot of effort into this. Having negative comments like this could be really demoralizing. I only think they had misjudged their target demographic. I’d say remove the profanities and make it an exclusively children’s game. Then it would be a wonderful game.

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