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World of Goo Creators Bringing Little Inferno to Wii U

by Patrick Barnett - July 30, 2012, 11:24 pm PDT
Total comments: 7 Source: Tomorrow Corporation, http://tomorrowcorporation.com/littleinferno

Look forward to the Wii U eShop title this winter.

Little Inferno is coming to the Wii U eShop later this year. It is being developed by some of the developers that brought us World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth who have joined forces under the name Tomorrow Corporation.

A teaser trailer was revealed, which features children burning their toys using a Little Inferno fireplace to stay warm in a world where it appears to constantly snow. The trailer also implies that the artistic style will be similar to that of World of Goo. 

Check out the teaser trailer below.

No firm date was given other than a message stating that the game was "coming Winter 2012." Little Inferno is also coming to both PC and Mac.

Tomorrow Corporation is an indie development team made up of Kyle Gabler, Kyle Gray, and Allen Blomquist. The development studio was founded in 2010, but Little Inferno is the first game to come from the team. 


leahsdadJuly 31, 2012

Well, that video was not disturbing at all.  Not one bit.

PlugabugzJuly 31, 2012

Quote from: leahsdad

Well, that video was not disturbing at all.  Not one bit.

Quoted. That is just. just. There's no words.

Fatty The HuttJuly 31, 2012

That is one twisted trailer.
The kicker was the two close-ups near the end of individual toys screaming as they burned. Wow.

Day 1 WiiU buy.

leahsdadJuly 31, 2012

You know, I'm wondering if they've actually finished the game, submitted to the ESRB, and gotten a rating.  Because is they don't have an ESRB rating, Nintendo won't allow it.  And if it gets an AO (Adults only), then Nintendo won't allow it.

So I'm guessing, unless these guys are completely stupid, that the game is nowhere near as effed up as that trailer. 

LandStalkerNigelJuly 31, 2012

hhhmmm I dont know if that was really all that jacked up. Worlds on a forever winter and fire is a much needed commodity. Although.... the toys screaming was a bit off... Regardless, I loved world of goo and their art style is all over this. First day buy for me :]

AilingforaleJuly 31, 2012


Quote from: leahsdad

Well, that video was not disturbing at all.  Not one bit.

Yeh, that was something else alright.  Although I can't say it's a day1 purchased based on ... whatever that was.  It was entertaining though... does that say something wrong about me?

Art_de_CatAugust 01, 2012

Makes me want to play World of Goo again.

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