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When bad meets evil.

<span class="bold">Little Nightmares</span>, the delightfully grotesque adventure of a little girl navigating a vessel full of hungry souls, is now available for pre-order, DRM-free on!

Buy Little Nightmares and get INSIDE to play right away. This exclusive offer will last until May 12, 2017. <img src="">

UPDATE: Early reviews of Little Nightmares are in! Come take a look:

<span class="bold">RockPaperShotgun loved almost every minute of it</span>.
<span class="bold">Polygon admitted that the game worked its way into their dreams with its creepy charm</span>.
<span class="bold">Eurogamer calls it a masterpiece of meat and malice, swiftly consumed but with a lingering aftertaste</span>. Yummy.
<span class="bold">Destructoid got a dish of heart-pounding terror, that left them hungry for more</span>.
<span class="bold">Videogamer found it intensely unsettling, horribly beautiful, and with amazing attention to detail</span>.

Every child might enter the Maw at some point in their lives, led by their impressionable imagination or fear of ordinary things.
It is a horrible, fascinating place, lurking under the ocean. Twisted creatures roam its rotten halls, lumbering their disfigured bodies in a semi-involuntary fashion. But there's whimsy here too! Everything is out of proportion, comically distorted and embarrassed of its own existence - much like in a Jean-Pierre Jeunet film. And amidst this disturbingly charming playground stands the fragile silhouette of Six, a girl in a yellow raincoat that desperately wants to escape. There are wonderful puzzles to solve and creepy little creatures to encounter, but she really must find her way out. Because the corrupted souls aboard the Maw want her to join their feast and yet she doesn't appear to be on the guest list...

Pre-order <span class="bold">Little Nightmares</span>, a surreal puzzle/platformer that feeds on your childhood fears -- DRM-free on

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Post edited April 21, 2017 by maladr0Id
Youtube review.

Ok. Bought.
Post edited April 21, 2017 by acute71
Getting INSIDE for free with this seems appropriate since the reviews I've found are rating it as "relatively short, but really good", with an emphasis on good. I'm starting to look forward to it.
Not gonna preorder this but know the following: I think INSIDE is great.
Post edited March 23, 2019 by user deleted
Damn it, I've just bought it (them).

It's your fault GOG!!!!!
Already played through Inside last weekend. Weird, but good. I'm really looking forward to the main course. ;)
Looks good, but only 5 hours long according to the reviews. I like my games to stick around a bit longer so I'll wait for a sale.
The 4-5 hour playtime doesn't really bother me that much since I'll probably replay it 2-3 times to find everything (just like I did with Inside when it came out on PS4).
Sniskerbobberton: Seems interesting, pre-ordered due to the deal and maybe (hopefully) entice Bandai Namco to release more of their games here...!
I thought the same way. First time for me to pre-order something in the last... 8 years?
Post edited March 23, 2019 by user deleted
This is my first pre-order on GOG. Hope it is good.
Great pre-order deal!
The First 15 Minutes of Little Nightmares
having just finished Inside and if lil nightmares is a quarter as good it will totally be worth it. stunning game