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A look at the full story summary of Little Nightmares, including its strange ending and epilogue.

Note: This feature contains spoilers explaining the ending of Little Nightmares as well as the full story summary. Many gamers who’ve completed Little Nightmares may find themselves wondering what the heck is going on in the story and what the ending means. This isn’t altogether surprising, as Little Nightmares is a game that can be both intriguing and unsettling all at once. While you explore the sinister world of The Maw as Six, you have to be extra careful in order to avoid certain death at the hands of various monsters . This has resulted in people piecing together an interesting assortment of theories on The Maw itself (like how Six got down there), and of course, summary and explanations regarding the story and ending of Little Nightmares. Little Nightmares Story Summary The story of Little Nightmares takes place aboard a ship structure called The Maw. The story of Little Nightmares opens with a small, nine-year-old girl named Six who wears a bright yello

Get familiar with the monsters in Little Nightmares.

The Maw in Little Nightmares is sure to be filled with all kinds of monsters that you must prepare for if you want to survive. As Six, you’ll have to explore its murky hallways and dreadful rooms in search of escape. All you have to avoid the wrath of your enemies is the bright yellow raincoat on your back, quick little legs, and a group of allies called the Nomes. If you want to know a little bit more about this Tim Burton-esque indie, check out our preview where we call it this year's creepiest platformer . Or, if you're playing the game and looking for a little help, be sure to check out our Little Nightmares walkthrough hub. Confused about the story? We also have a full story summary and ending explanation for Little Nightmares! Below, you'll find a list of all the enemies that the Little Nightmares developers have revealed thus far. The Janitor The Janitor from Little Nightmares An encounter with The Janitor in Little Nightmares will have you sleepi

Little Nightmares brings all of your childhood dreams and nightmares to life.

Dubbed the creepiest platformer of the year, Little Nightmares is the personification of every dream and nightmare that you’ve ever had as a child. Some might say this nightmarish indie looks eerily familiar and if you think back to a couple years ago, you might remember that Tarsier Studios debuted the game under a different name - Hunger. Hunger recently caught the attention of the acclaimed game publisher Bandai Namco, which picked it up and revealed it at this year’s Gamescom with a new name. The new trailer revealed never-before-seen gameplay footage which touted stunning visuals, character design reminiscent of a Tim Burton film, and a creepy atmosphere that has definitely managed to catch the attention of the gaming industry. Although not much was shown of the game, some plot details were revealed. Little Nightmares will center around a petite but brave little girl with a bright yellow raincoat by the name of Six. The game will feature survival and

10 Reasons Why You Could Be Having Intense Dreams and Nightmares Frequently

Do you have nightmares every night but feel helpless because you can’t do anything about it? Well here are the main possible reasons why you have intense dreams say the experts.  From time to time we all have experienced particular potent dreams which are so vivid that even if we break into a cold sweat and awaken with a start, the memories of the dreams do not vanish but persists every time we try to close our eyes and sleep again. Most of these dreams are unpleasant and have intense effect on us. They force us to think about out our mental well being. Science is still in its infancy about our mind and how it functions or (malfunctions) but dreams are by far still the biggest mystery to us all. But research has been able to find a pattern to them and put together pieces of this puzzle we call dreams to understand why we dream, and what we dream recurrently? What makes us dream? Before we dive into the dark matters of vivid nightmares and bad dreams we must und