This War of Mine Expansion Launches Today

This War of Mine Expansion Launches Today


This War of Mine - Little Ones


Realistic war pedestrian and depression simulator, This War of Mine, got its biggest update today: The Little Ones. For those of us who don’t feel like suffering through life in a war-torn city is hardcore enough, the new expansion throws children into the mix. Now, on top of making heart-wrenching decisions between humanity and survival, there’s now extreme babysitting. Not extreme as in handling difficult children. Extreme as in helping children survive a bullet-strewn wasteland as lightheartedly as possible. Needless to say, The Little Ones expansion aims to elevate the emotionally charged story of This War of Mine to a whole new level.




This War of Mine is already a critically acclaimed success. The game has earned its 100+ awards since its launch in late 2014. Using resource management and moral choices to paint a horrific picture of wartime survival, developer 11 Bit Studios has crafted a game that really gets players invested in the tragedy of war. And surely, The Little Ones expansion drives the point home even further than before.


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You can buy This War of Mine and the new expansion on Steam and Games Republic. Impressively, $1 from every sale goes to the War Child charity.

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