Little Inferno is finally officially released! The final 1.0 version is available for download / update at the following locations:
- Tomorrow Corporation (Windows now, Mac/Linux unlock later)
You can get it here. If you already got the game and would like to update to the final build, just re-download from the Humble Store. If you lost your download link, you can always retrieve it here. This purchase also comes with a Steam key.
- Steam (Windows now, Mac/Linux unlock later)
You can also get the game directly on Steam. (Should be final in 2 or 3 hours, if not already by the time you read this.)
- Nintendo Wii U eShop (Wii U)
You can get the Wii U version directly from your brand new Wii U console!
The Mac and Linux versions are still in progress, but let us know if you’d like to join a beta for either platform.
MEANWHILE, we’ve had no idea what players would think of this weird game, so it’s a relief to start seeing reviews come in like this one from JayIsGames:
“But what really makes Little Inferno work, more than its striking original design and simple addictive gameplay, is its clever storytelling. I bought Little Inferno for myself because after reading all the information and watching the trailers, I still wasn’t sure what it was all about. I sat down to play it to evaluate it, and couldn’t quite pull myself away from it until I finished it hours later. If you’re not going for 100% combo completion, you can likely spend around four hours or more on it, but in that period of time Little Inferno manages to convey a surprisingly affecting story and some unexpected emotion. I may have possibly considered the notion of maybe tearing up a little bit at the end. It’s beautiful, sneaky, strange, and with a style all its own, and serves up its addictively simple gameplay with a dose of heart to boot. Little Inferno is the sort of game that sneaks up on you, and if its striking atmosphere and intriguing concepts draw you in, it’ll keep you warm as long as you park yourself in front of the hearth. Just don’t forget… you can go as far as you want.” Full review here >>