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Fran Bow dev’s deliciously sinister narrative adventure Little Misfortune gets first trailer
Killmonday Games, the developer behind 2015’s wonderfully macabre point-and-click adventure Fran Bow, has unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming Little Misfortune, due to launch on PC next year.
Little Misfortune, which is set in the same universe as Fran Bow, charts the tribulations of 8-year-old Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez. Misfortune (and, by extension, the player) is set the task of winning the mysterious Mr. Voice’s “game”, in order to secure Eternal Happiness for her mother. “Mysteries are unravelled,” explains Killmonday, “and a little bit of bad luck unfolds”.
Little Misfortune is described an exploration-focussed interactive story, featuring characters “both sweet and dark”, where the choices you make along the way have consequences.
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