The Little Acre – Pewter Games

The Little Acre


Step into the gaming world with The Little Acre, one of the top $2.99 games in the App Store! Crafted with creativity and innovation by PEWTER GAMES STUDIOS LIMITED, this captivating Adventure game is bound to grab your attention. With its content rating of 9+, it caters to a wide audience. Ever since its release on 21st June 2017, it has been constantly updated, with the latest version rolled out on 28th January 2020.

Whether you have a liking for Adventure, Family, games, The Little Acre is sure to keep you hooked!

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** Please see compatibility note below.

The Little Acre follows the story of Aidan and his daughter, Lily, set in 1950’s Ireland. After discovering clues as to the whereabouts of his missing father, Aidan begins investigating until he inadvertently finds himself transported to a strange new world. Ever the hero, Lily sets off after him, encountering her own perils along the way. Featuring full voice-acting and hand-drawn animation, The Little Acre is a memorable, lovingly crafted adventure game.

The Little Acre is developed by Pewter Games alongside Executive Producer Charles Cecil (Broken Sword, Beneath a Steel Sky).

-Two playable characters
-Traditional hand-drawn animation
-Unique perspective transitions
-Beautiful original score
-Fully voice acted
-Text Available in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian.

Please note that due to considerable graphic requirements, this game will not run smoothly on devices with A7 chips.

  • iPhone 5s (2013)
  • iPad Air Wi-Fi (2013)
  • iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)
  • iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi (2014)
  • iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2014)
  • iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi (2013)
  • iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)

If you do experience any issues, we recommend that you restart your smart device to free up memory.

What’s Fresh in the Latest Update?

Discover what’s new in the recent update of The Little Acre on 28th January 2020:

Simplified Chinese Language Update

Hear from the Players – The Little Acre Reviews

Find out what gamers are saying about The Little Acre:

Thank you for updating the Chinese language. So that we can buy it.

Just bought this game and really enjoying it so far. Hoping for some updates and fixes to the bugs reported by others in their reviews. Thank you developers keep up the great work !

Unplayable lost 3 bucks not happy purchased it and it gets to the main menu screen then turns black and exits the game we tried everything we uninstalled installed ten times it will not get past the menu so we absolutely expect a refund not sure how to request a refund directly please help me.

The art was really, really well done. Its more of a laid back game. The puzzles are very simple. Which is good or bad just depending on what youre looking for. It was much too short. We highly enjoyed it and would play more.

This is a point and click puzzle game wrapped in Disney-like goodness. The animation, the music, even the end credits are clearly crafted with love. 4 star only because you’ll finish in an hour or two, but still worth the price.

Great little adventure game, well made and enjoyable. Only disappointment was its very short.

We were gonna play the center here and give The Little Acre a three star review because we do think it’s a great game from what we’ve played. However two hours into the game we open the app to find myself stuck at the menu screen with no options. Again we were happy to play the center while the devs iron the problem out but scrolling to see that this is an ongoing buf from a year ago. Gonna do a quick search for a fix but otherwise this is a game breaking bug and has left a pretty sour taste in our mouth towards pewter games (aside from their slightly obnoxious, unskippable logo)

No options appear on the home screen so we cannot continue or start a new game. This makes the game unplayable.

This was such a fun, little story to play through! The characters were funny, the animation was cute, and the puzzles weren’t too difficult. We just wish there was more! Lol yeah.

Wish it was longer! Make more!!

The animation and character design is wonderful from start to finish. The adventure game elements are light, which means its easy to enjoy the story. The game is short, but very enjoyable.

Like other reviewers put it was too short. That being said the fact that people are clamoring over the length is a testament to the wonderful creation this is. We love us the art, the voice actors, the lovable character, and the whimsical telling. The serious to childish viewpoints of the two main characters made for such a wonderful story. We wish they would lengthen this. Put out another chapter. Or at least produce more! Thank you guys for making this! Now make it longer!

This is a beautiful game with a whimsical story and a unique style reminiscent of classic hand-crafted animation. It reminds us a lot of the kind of gameplay in Broken Age. Point and click combined with problem solving and exploring. Our only complaint is that it ended too soon, and maybe even a little abruptly. We felt like there wasn’t enough of an ending, the transition felt a little quick in comparison to the rest of the story. Still deserving of 5 stars. We wish there were more games like this available on iOS!

Looks great and has a great story love it made cry two times and made us laugh and if a game can make us laugh and at the credits then it has to be a great game. Love five stars.

We loved the adorable characters. Great script, creative scenery and fun challenges. This is our first adventure game, so don’t have a scale for judgment, but we did feel a little put off by how short it was and how it ended. Just when we thought things were really starting to get sticky, we only had to find one thing before the story concluded. We’re still left feeling there was some story that was left out.

We love point and click adventures. Hands down our favorite genre of games out there! We were really excited to buy this one after reading many favorable reviews and watching the preview for the game. We were hoping for a more challenging game. We like having to use our brain when playing these games and being challenged as we progress through a game. Sadly we didn’t quite get that type of gaming experience from this game. While we do appreciate the wonderful artwork and voice acting and even the story/characters that make up this game, we found the overall game to be suited more for a child. It’s straight forward nothing that really involves much thinking, and on top of that it really is Way way way to short for a game that cost us $3. Absolutely no replay ability which would be fine if the game lasted more that half an hour to play. We recommend for children but maybe not what an adult our age is wanting to play. :( wish we would of used that to buy a different game but what’s done is done.

Game is stuck in Home game page no "continue" or new game" Please help.

This game was beautifully designed! The characters and story and settings are adorable and creative, and we would definitely play it again. However, it cost $3.00 and was so incredibly short it just left us wanting to play more without being quite substantial enough. :( Looking forward to a (longer) sequel!

The game just stays on the screen with the house. The menu to continue or start a new game doesn’t appear.

Paid for app and app won’t go past home screen. Click new game, shows loading and crashes every time. Very disappointing.

It’s stuck at brakfest sean how to fix?

Played for 5 minutes and it froze when opening the letter in the mailbox.

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