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A Little to the Left Deep Clean Update Adds New Levels and New Features

A Little to the Left

Want a new reason to jump back into the deliciously relaxing A Little to the Left? Well, you’ve got it: a ‘Deep Clean’ update is landing today, bringing new levels, new Daily Tidy puzzles and new features.

The three new levels are likely the biggest attraction to the Deep Clean update in A Little to the Left. Called the ‘Snack Pack’, the levels are food-themed and provide something new for players to wrap their head around. At least one of them has multiple solutions, too. And we love those multiple solution levels.

Alongside the Snack Pack, two new puzzle types will be added into the Daily Tidy mix (a mode which offers up a unique daily puzzle), and there’s a brand new Archive mode.

The Archive is an enticing prospect too: it provides permanent access to all seasonal puzzles that have previously been added to the game. So if you missed Christmas 2022’s Good Tidying puzzles and Easter 2023’s Something Eggstra event, you can jump back into those puzzles at any time. And future seasonal events will go to the archive, too.

It’s not all new content, though. The A Little to the Left Deep Clean update also tidies away some bugs and adds some additional accessibility features. You can see the full patch notes over on Steam.

If you’re yet to play A Little to the Left, now’s a great time to jump in. This wonderful little puzzle game is all about tidying and organising, with each level offering something different. In our review last year we called it “a breath of fresh air and exactly the sort of wholesome game we need more of.”

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.