Tag Archives: tomorrow corporation
Wed, Apr 17, 2013 | 01:18 BST
Tomorrow Corporation’s Little Inferno is now available for Mac. It’s available direct from the developer or via Gamersgate and Steam, and will set you back $10. The team is also working on a Linux port, and an update to the iOS version allowing play on older iPhone 4 models and iPod Touch 4. Little Inferno debuted on Wii U and is also available on PC; it has sold over 250,000 copies and won an award at this year’s IGF.
Fri, Apr 05, 2013 | 02:01 BST
The award-winning Little Inferno – a fireplace sim slash critique of microtransaction culture – has sold 250,000 units across all platforms. The pretty hilarious litle gem is available digitally for iOS, PC and Wii U; it was one of the first indies on the Wii U’s eShop. Little Inferno won a technical excellence award at this year’s IGF.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013 | 22:23 GMT
Little Inferno makes the jump to iDevice on Thursday.
Wed, Nov 14, 2012 | 21:37 GMT
Little Inferno is now available for pre-order on Steam fir 10% off, and dropping the cash early nets you instant access to the beta. The $13.40 price is only valid through November 19, and the game itself launches on November 18. Head over to Steam for more details, or alternatively, you can visit the game’s official website as well.
Wed, Oct 03, 2012 | 01:43 BST
Little Inferno will be one of the first of a new wave of indie titles releasing for the Wii U.
Wed, Jul 11, 2012 | 09:23 BST
Little Inferno, an indie title from the designers of World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth, is opening for beta access to those that pre-order the game.
In a move that the three-man dev team says is inspired by Chris Hecker’s Spy Party, paid beta access will be rolled out in small batches to Windows-users who pay $15 or more.
Little Inferno is coming to Windows, Wii U, Mac and Linux towards the end of the year, check out the game’s dark and quirky first teaser through the break.
Fri, Jun 29, 2012 | 17:18 BST
Tomorrow Corporation has announced Little Inferno, a game in development from Allan Blomquist, Kyle Gray, and World of Goo co-creator Kyle Gabler. Not much is known at the moment, other than players will likely be able to set things alight, but the studio has promised updates on the title will be posted to on its blog. So, yeah. That’s all that’s known at the moment. Go have a look through the link anyway.