Call me a masochist, but I'm a sucker for a depressing story - especially one that comes in a deceptively adorable package. Developers Killmonday Games cater to weirdos like me with their beautifully creepy stories, first with the Alice-in-Wonderlandesque Fran Bow and now with their latest game, Little Misfortune. Its demo launched on Steam and Itch.io today, a short tale of growing up, hell, and glitter.
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That fox up there looks worried - rightly so. Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez (the titular Little Misfortune) might only have the best intentions, but between ambition and an overly encouraging narrator she might be on a dark path. Killmonday Games are following up their grim little adventure Fran Bow with another tale of a girl delving into places where not even the bravest adult would tread,…
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A kiddywinkle tries to bring her mum the magical gift of Eternal Happiness in Little Misfortune, an adventure game announced today by Fran Bow developers Killmonday Games and set in in the same world as their 2015 debut. Ah, another cheery one. But Fran Bow was a lot more thoughtful and funny than its morbid first impressions might suggest, a game our former Adam (RPS…