First off, Happy Mother’s Day! Go tell your mom you love her and give her a hug for me. Ok, skip the hug for me part, because that sounded weird. Recently I’ve played and completed a creepy, little game called Little Nightmares. The game was amazing. Very short, yet a ton of fun. The ending sort of left me with the shock faced emoji. It left me desiring more, so I wanted to share some of my thoughts on what this game’s purpose is and all of that jazz. This is only my theory 🙂
Ok, so in Little Nightmare’s you play as a nine year old child named Six. Six wanders around a mysterious ship full of quirky characters. Basically you start out on the bottom of the ship and make your way to the top to escape. She gets chased by a kidnapper with freakishly long arms, two speedy chief’s and finally a mysterious woman with some type of energy reducing magic. The game ends with Six escaping the ship, yet danger could be lurking close by.
Like TheRadBrad said on his channel” This is a vegetarian’s nightmare,” Constantly we see chunky sized sailors on board this cruise ship. They eat raw meat like it’s their final meal. The mysterious woman seems to have some type of control over them. I think of her like the evil witch from Snow White and the Seven Dwarf’s. She finds herself ugly. By using her dark magic, she’s making everyone else around her uglier then she believe’s she is. Many agree that Six and this woman are perhaps related. Some argue the mother found Six’s beauty as a threat, so she tried removing she and her husband. I think this game was representing a broken family. This game hardly touches on other notable figures such as the gnomes, the children, and other things lurking about the ship. There were so many questions left unanswered, so I’m positive they will create a sequel to this creepy, yet beautiful game.
So those are some of my thoughts about this game. If you want to play something entertaining, check out Little Nightmares! Take care guys.
First of all, I want to say my thoughts and prayers go out to Christina Grimmie family and to the victims from Saturday night’s shooting in Orlando. Being a Floridian from the central Florida area I’ve been to Orlando many times. It’s a great city to visit. Never would I had thought a terrorist attack would occur so close by. We see it on the news, yet it’s happening all around us. I hope and pray we may find a way to stop this evil completely.
Anyways I downloaded Gone Home from my PS4 Plus membership. I love downloading games for free.
Gone Home is a first person exploration adventure game created by The Fulbright Company. The entire game is pretty short. It took me two days to complete it, but it is beatable in one day. The setting for Gone Home is within a quaint home. Gone Home takes place in the mid 1990s in Portland, Oregon.
U play as Katie, a college aged student, who is returning home from Europe. She comes home early, finding the house vacant. There are boxes all over the floor, draws wide open, and strange letters written out by her younger sister Sam all around the house. With your controller[ or mouse] you uncover clues left by Sam on what had happen while Katie was away.
Overall I really like this game. These games are like entering a story within a book. I savored wandering around the home, figuring out what had happen. The graphics of the home were very cool. It was fun to see the older TV sets and cassette tapes, laying around the home. Talk about nostalgia. This game really plays tricks on your imagination. At first, I thought this game was going to be spooky, yet as I figured out what was happening it made more and more sense. Being home alone on a dark and stormy night can be frightening. This game was beautifully developed. I wish the game was somewhat longer, expanding the environment. They could of added in shadows and other stuff to make it more spooky. I give Gone Home 4 stars out of 5.
Have U ever played Gone Home? What did you think of it? Did it scare ya a little? Let me know in the comment section below!