Very Little Nightmares 9+

Escape room & puzzle adventure

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe

    • $6.99



Enter the world of Very Little Nightmares, a puzzle adventure game that mixes a cute and creepy universe.

Help the Girl in the Yellow Raincoat survive in a hostile house and find a way to get her out.

As she awakens in an unknown mansion, you must guide her through each room. What a fate to fall here, a place where everything wants to see her dead.

Her life is in your hands, avoid enemies, discover intriguing puzzles to finally pierce the secrets of this strange house.


The Nest, a vast maze filled with life-threatening traps.

The challenging puzzles that bar your way. Use your wits and any resources at your disposal.

The frightening enemies that will do everything to capture you.

A dark universe in this original prequel story of the events in Little Nightmares.

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What’s New

Version 1.2.0

- No more issues when moving from one room to another
- A lot more bug fixing

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

Pepper.Mint ,

Little Nightmares: My favorite game series

I first played Little Nightmares on the PS4, and I instantly LOVED it. In such a small amount of time, it easily became my favorite game. The cinematics, music, creepy animation, and definitely the captivating storyline. I had already decided that year, that I was going to be Six on Halloween. When I heard that Little Nightmares ll was coming out, I flipped a hypothetical table. I instantly played it on the Nintendo Switch and that was the game I played 24/7. That was when I heard that there had been a mobile game that came out before them all, so today, I finally decided to purchase it. Not to mention, Bandai Namco was also one of the creators of my childhood game: Little Big Planet. I was pretty happy when I found that out. Needless to say, Little Nightmares is my favorite game series of all time. (Also, the animated comics are really amazing).

Caitie-Beth ,

Nice expansion of the universe, but way too short

VLN was enjoyable, has some cool puzzles and familiar mechanics to the first Little Nightmares game. I didn’t accidentally die nearly as much as in the first game, so less frustration lol. Cool to see new villains, again with similar powers though to what you experience in LN, so a bit of a retread bummer in that respect. I’d love to give this higher praise, but with how insanely short this game was, especially for $6.99!, I can’t. If it was like $2 ok, but I expected more for that price, especially when you compare against other mobile games in that price tier. Really the only reason to go back after completion is if you missed some rewards items or if they decide to give some free DLC (YES please). I missed 2 jack in the boxes on my first go through, so if I’d have tapped everywhere I could have feasibly gotten everything on first try (that gets annoying though). Unless you are diehard into this universe, I’d wait until the price drops or is on sale (surprised it isn’t with the 2nd one just releasing). Overall a good experience, just wish there was more of it and that it was Apple TV friendly. Getting more picky about buying iOS games in general due to lack of tv support. Many of these games (not this one) can be purchased on switch, PlayStation and Xbox, making it a more fun & immersive experience. I always check them first.

Dinoman21 ,

“Very” Little Nightmares

This game is a fantastic small adaptation of our of favorite game of 2017, “Little Nightmares”. But BEWARE, the controls can be quite irritating depending on the type of gamer you can be; if you’re impatient and like to be speedy tapping left or right of the screen proves to be quite trivial, but if your’e patient and slow I doubt you’ll notice this as a problem. The puzzles are fair and are similar on the level of the original game’s difficulty of puzzle-solving, though near the end of the game some of the puzzles can be quite dubious which personally led to some frustrating moments, (specifically something involving a piano and 5 portraits).

In terms of the canonicity, without spoiling much, this seems to be completely separate from the main game. While it helps to be familiar with Tarsier’s world of Little Nightmares, there’s no need to HAVE to play the prior title to enjoy this one (though it’s HIGHLY recommended that you do)...

For actual fans, I think the game does a good job at supplementing some new theories. All in all, the game works well, the environments are well done, and as a fan of the first game you should definitely check this title out.

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