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Now you can play around with creepy platformer Little Nightmares

Interactive demo for game that wowed TGS

Little Nightmares

Little Nightmares is an unsettling puzzle-stealth-platformer that garnered a lot of attention at Tokyo Game Show in September. We released a hugely popular eight-minute gameplay video at the time, which you can watch below.

Now you can experience the TGS video as a playable point-and-click browser demo, offering the main gnome character various choices as it tries to sneak past a hideous cook. Although limited in interactivity, the online marketing piece offers up a sense of the game's physics puzzles, as well as its unique and pleasing art style.

Little Nightmares is being created by Tarsier Studios, a Swedish developer primarily known for much more cutesy fare, such as work on Sony’s LittleBigPlanet series. It's due to be released next year on PlayStation 4, Windows PC. and Xbox One.

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