Summary: Little Inferno is one of the least marketable games ever released. It's about sitting in front of a fire place, putting objects in the fire place, and burning them. That's pretty much it. Your average person hears that and thinks "Well, that's not worth my time or money.
Excerpt: If you love to watch things burn or are even near the extreme levels of pyromaniacs, independent developers Tomorrow Corporation has a new game for you. The creators of World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth are back with their newest release called Little Inferno .
Conclusion: Little Inferno, despite its child-like art style, was probably the most fun that I had in a non-traditional game experience. In most games, you have a basic gameplay that is divided up by narrative and puzzles. Developed by Tomorrow Corporation, Little Inferno is predominantly a big puzzle.
Excerpt: Little Inferno is a hard game to describe. There’s not one genre you can stuff this game in other than the cover-all ″indie″ label that small-company experimental games are assigned, and that label alone isn’t very helpful.
Summary: Cosa succede quando tre designers uniscono le loro menti e decidono di pubblicare un nuovo gioco sotto il nome di Tomorrow Corporation ? Nasce Little Inferno , ad opera di Kyle Gray, Kyle Gabler, e Allan Blomquist, il primo è il creatore di Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure (inedito in...
Pros: Musiche travolgenti, Finale denso di significato, Gameplay assuefacente
Cons: Non adatto a tutti, Manca una localizzazione in italiano
Conclusion: Het is raar, maar waar: de digitale haard van Little Inferno is een bijzonder vermakelijk en verslavend concept. Hoewel het spel niet bijzonder lang is, weet het verbranden van tal van unieke voorwerpen toch enorm te boeien. Leuk voor op een donkere, koude winteravond!
Pros: Spullen verbranden!, Origineel, Voorzien van de nodige dosis humor