The top 3 reasons to play Little Nightmares II Deluxe Edition
Reconnect with your inner child to unleash your imagination and find the way out!
Solve basic puzzles, navigate the occasional platforming sections and experience the most thrilling and tense features Little Nightmares II has to offer.
Discover a fantastical world corrupted by the signal tower
About Little Nightmares II Deluxe Edition
Return to a world of charming horror in Little Nightmares II, a suspense adventure game in which you play as Mono, a young boy trapped in a world that has been distorted by the humming transmission of a distant tower.
With Six, the girl in the yellow raincoat, as his guide, Mono sets out to discover the dark secrets of The Signal Tower. Their journey won't be easy; Mono and Six will face a host of new threats from the terrible residents of this world.
A host of brand-new Residents lie in wait to haunt your steps and disturb your sleep. Outsmart the sadistic Teacher, survive the bloodthirsty Hunter and flee from many more terrifying characters, as Mono and Six journey through this world together. Escape a world that’s rotten from the inside. Your journey will take you from creepy woodlands, to sinister schools, on your way to the dreadful Signal Tower to find the source of the evil that spreads through the TV screens of the world Six is fading from this world and her only hope is to guide Mono to the Signal Tower. In this world of nightmares, you are her only beacon of hope. Can you muster the courage to fend off your tormenters, and co-operate with Six to make sense of The Signal Tower?
The Nomes’ Attic DLC - Follow the Nomes to find this special in-game puzzle and unlock the Nomes’ hat as a reward upon completion.
Full Digital Soundtrack - Enjoy the full Little Nightmares II soundtrack, composed by Tobias Lilja from Tarsier Studios.
“The Art of Little Nightmares II” Digital Artbook - Dive into the making of Little Nightmares II with this 56-page artbook full of sketches, artwork and design decisions by the Tarsier Studios art team.
i loved the first game so i had high hopes for this one and it did not disappoint. however one of the puzzles in the hospital was too difficult with the controls and too so long to do. also the last chapter has a puzzle involving music to figure it out which is shockingly stupid. deaf people like the game too, i would have liked to complete the game without searching youtube but due to that puzzle i had to look.
controls are too hard in the hospital chapter
one puzzle not good for deaf people
Reviewed by Deadpool
Best from the same. good story nice puzzles very scary in a fun way. waiting for the next game already waited for this one from the second finished the first one