A downloadable game for Windows

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Little Miss Lonely is a game about childhood, fear and the relationships

Little Miss Lonely is a short, narrative driven side-scrolling game where you play a nine year old girl named Robin.


The house is quiet as Robin rummages through her room searching for her best friend. Tonight is the night where she's been left with the babysitter. Downstairs there is a gentle hum coming from the living room. Inside the TV glows in the darkness, voices can be heard muttering from the speakers.

The game is design to be played in one sitting though there is a save system in place if you choose to take a break.

System Requirements


  • Memory: 4 GB Ram
  • Hard Drive: 1 GB Space
  • Graphics: Video card with 512MB of Vram


Buy Now$3.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $3.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

little-miss-lonely-win.zip 560 MB
Version 6


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I've been really wanting to play this game but the aspect ratio is off whenever I launch it (and even worse if I try to play in windowed mode) and I'm not sure how to fix it. Ideas?

I'll try to fix the problem in an update, windowed mode at the moment doesn't work but it will be fixed.

The game is now updated so the issue should be resolved. If the problem persists please let me know.

I've only just gotten around to trying it, and it still doesn't look like the issue's fixed. I have a Windows 10 computer, if that changes anything, since I know that's caused problems for games in the past. I took a screenshot of what happens when I go into windowed mode to see if that helps you at all. It wouldn't let me take one of what happens when I open the game in fullscreen mode, but for that the only problem is that the main menu is cut off at the bottom and sides of my screen.


Thanks so much for your help, I really appreciate it!

Sorry that didn't work, I will try another fix. Can you please tell me the resolution of the monitor you are using?

Sure, it's 1366x768. Thanks again!

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