Summary: I've grown pretty fond of this game. It's a cute little game indeed. It has a way of resonating with the player, because, let's be honest here, no one can get bored of watching the fire burn. People will say that this isn't a proper game, because the game-play is basically just burning things. You have a catalogue, you buy things, you burn them, you get even more coins, and spend it on more stuff, and then burn that too.
Summary: This is a completely, totally, and utterly terrible "game". Let me summarize the entire game for you: You have coins. You spend these coins on items to burn. Burning those items gets you coins. This is the entire game. There are no tricks to this you can just set anything on fire by clicking on it. There's nothing else to the game. It is 100% setting things on fire in your fireplace. Over and over and over again.
Summary: This is my favorite game on ios platforms and probably the most satisfying purchase I felt I have made from the app store. This game has a charm and polish combined with unique, original, simple, and fun gameplay that fits perfectly for the ios platform. I really hope they make a sequel to this game!
Summary: This is not a game. It's a toy that's fun at first (Set anything you want on fire) but the actually gameplay consists of solving really easy but stupid word puzzles such as Japan Combo (burn sushi and ninja) at the same time. It feels like they just came up with the actual gameplay that causes story progression at the last minute. The story feels like it's tacked on so we can ignore the abysmal gameplay.
Summary: Good game, maybe not worth the full price, because the gameplay is a bit monotonous. Apart from that, I really love the jokes in the game, and the burning of stuff is generally really fun stuff to do.
Summary: If you are considering getting this game, but you don't know anything about it, you should get this game. In not knowing, more attention is payed to the story and what it all means. The gameplay is simple, but this is a game that isn't about the gameplay. It warns you of the choice of comfort over what is more important.
Summary: I like the style of the characters and the way the story is revealed to the player, but the actual gameplay of Little Inferno isn't much at all. Simply, you select items from a catalog, literally wait a few minutes as they become available, and then you watch them burn for a few seconds. I appreciate the game-creator's story and message, but I can't recommend this type of game to everyone.
Summary: This game do have the narrative, artstyle, music and charm to be really good. The gameplay is sadly a joke. Its about putting stuff inside your fireplace and burning them. Which might sound like an intriguing setting for a puzzle game. This is however not a puzzle game. The gameplay is based around buying stuff from a catalog, waiting for the stuff to arrive, putting them in your fireplace, lighting them on fire, waiting for the fire to go out and then repeating the...
Summary: This curious, special little game hit a note of emotional resonance with me that I can't really explain. Maybe this created a strong opinion bias in me, but I simply loved it. It's deep, ironic and sarcastic without being cynical or jaded, runs smoothly on my iPad 3 and accomplishes so much with so little in terms of mechanics and gameplay. It made me cry, and made me acutely aware of my own sadness and loneliness, but not in a bad way, much to the contrary.