Little Misfortune: Walkthrough Guide

Little Misfortune
By: Killmonday Games

Little Misfortune is the latest creepy-cute game from Killmonday Games, the makers of Fran Bow. It has you controlling a little girl named Misfortune, who has very bad luck. There aren’t many puzzles, as it’s more of an interactive story told through choices. But this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck or want to try and find all endings. It’s a work in progress, so please bear with me. And feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.


Note: The iOS version of the game only works on iPhone at the moment, but will hopefully get iPad support soon. Also, there is auto-save, but I recommend making manual saves frequently to avoid losing any progress.

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Part 7, The End:

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. smjjames

    There’s two cinematics after the house of horror one that I haven’t been able to unlock. Have you been able to get those?

    Also, I wonder if filling up the [spoiler]crystal tree at the end[/spoiler] does anything. Didn’t fill it up in the two runthroughs I did.

  2. Gaia

    Lisa, this is NOT an iPad game, its iPhone only, because it “requires features” not available on an iPad (and is marked ‘compatible with iPhone’ on the App Store)

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