Little Misfortune is a cute but dark game from the devs of Fran Bow; coming in 2019

Killmonday Games is back with another eerie game, now with voice acting! Little Misfortune is about choices and consequences, and it’s coming in 2019.

Little Misfortune is the new game from the developers of the creepy Fran Bow, and it has received a new trailer showing off its visuals, voice acting, and dark storytelling. Have a look at it below:

As the trailer announces, Little Misfortune will release sometime in 2019. It will release exclusively for PC at first, with console and mobile releases planned for the future. The game will be available at $9.99.

Here’s what the game’s about, according to the devs:

Little Misfortune is an interactive story, focused on exploration and characters, both sweet and dark, where your choices have consequences.

Starring Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez, an imaginative 8-year-old, who seeks the prize of Eternal Happiness, as a gift to her Mommy. Led by her new friend, Mr. Voice, they venture into the woods, where mysteries are unraveled and a little bit of bad luck unfolds.

Additionally, the game is set in the same universe as Killmonday Games’ debut title, Fran Bow.

Here’s the kind of bizarre stuff you might expect from the game:

⦁ You may pet a doggy, a fishy, a wolfie, the Kraken, the kitty and the foxy.
⦁ Visit a pet cemetery with a shovel.
⦁ Now with real human voices: Hear Misfortune say some pretty cute things!
⦁ Missing children.
⦁ There’s a monster!
⦁ Fall in love.
⦁ Commit petty crimes.
⦁ Original art by Natalia Martinsson.
⦁ Original soundtrack by Isak Martinsson.

For more information on the game, check out its official website here. You’ll also find the game on Steam here.

Cute? You want Nairi: Tower of Shirin, which is inspired by Pixar and anime. Dark? You want Creaks, which comes from the developers of Machinarium and Chuchel.

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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