One of 2017's best and creepiest video games is completely free to download on Steam right now. I'm not entirely sure how or why, but Tarsier Studio's delightfully eerie masterpiece Little Nightmares is currently 100% off on Valve's digital storefront. I'm not sure what else I can say here, other than that you should obviously get it now.
If you've never played Little Nightmares, now is absolutely the time to do it. The 2.5D stealth/platformer/puzzle game follows a young girl known only as Six as she attempts to sneak her way off a terrifying ship full of monstrous creatures who seem to have developed a taste for children. Basically, it starts of horrifying and only gets more so the further into the game you get. It's fantastic.
Take a look at the game's original launch trailer below to see if Little Nightmares is your kind of vibe:
"Immerse yourself in Little Nightmares, a dark whimsical tale that will confront you with your childhood fears," reads the game's official description. "Help Six escape The Maw - a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal."
Little Nightmares is completely free to download and keep on Steam from now until May 30 at 6pm (UK time) so don't dilly-dally. After this window closes it'll be £16 again. I'm not saying it's not worth that price - it definitely is - but there's no point in letting a great freebie slip through your fingers.
As far as I can see this offer is only available on Steam. Little Nightmares is still full price on all other available platforms, but most PCs or laptops should be able to run this one without too much trouble.
Earlier this year saw the release of Little Nightmares II, which builds on the many mysteries of the first game by giving players a much larger world to explore - one filled with much greater terrors. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Play Little Nightmares first, see how that fits, and then think about getting into the sequel. You can download Little Nightmares for free right here. Enjoy!
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