In Little Inferno, children burn their toys, credit cards, and unstable nuclear devices to keep their fireplace lit. Be smart, stay safe in a world that has been snowing as long as anyone can remember.
What is it that makes a good game so much better than a bad one? This is a tough question, because the answer is not necessarily anything in particular. If you’re playing something unlike anything there’s ever been, what context is there to judge it against other than whether or not it “works” for you? Little Inferno is an eShop title for the Wii U made by the guys who did World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure where all of the gameplay that you ever encounter has to do with buying random things out of a catalog and burning them in a fireplace in the correct combinations, and yet it might be the most compelling and beautiful indie game I’ve played all year. It’s a totally unique concept that really just “works” for... Read Review