“The Little Nightmares franchise has seen great success and growth since the first installment launched six years ago,” said Arnaud Miller, CEO of Bandai Namco Europe. “We are proud of all the work done by the teams at Bandai Namco Europe SAS together with Tarsier Studios, Engine Software and Supermassive Games to create great games while also expanding the franchise into other media.”
“Seeing the community grow over the years has been a blessing,” adds Lucas Roussel, Distribution Director and Executive Producer of Little Nightmares at Bandai Namco Europe. “When we started Little Nightmares, we realized we had something special on our hands, but we were still blown away by the fans’ passion for the series. We cannot thank the fans more for their dedication and we continue to work on the future of the series.”
The franchise has had several games since launch, starting with Little Nightmares, distributed by Bandai Namco and developed by Tarsier Studios, in 2017. The game puts players in the role of Six as he tries to escape from The Maw, a sunken ship filled with grotesque inhabitants .
In addition to these titles, we also have Very Little Nightmares, a mobile game developed by Alike Studio and released in 2019 in which players must escape from a mansion and discover more about Six’s past.