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The Limited Edition World of Goo is now available for Preorders!

Thursday, February 20th, 2020

And there are only 6000 copies to grab! You can find yours HERE.

A Limited Edition Physical Version of World of Goo for Nintendo Switch Appears!

Friday, February 14th, 2020

2DBoy, Tomorrow Corporation, and our friends at Super Rare Games are pleased to announce the Limited Edition physical release of World of Goo – out later this month!

Fun fact: This is the first time a physical version of World of Goo has existed for a Nintendo console!

In addition to 4000 Collector’s Editions, we’re also releasing 2000 Steel Box versions, for those extra rugged players who’d like to keep their gooey-cartridges protected in a hard metal case. The two editions come with different cover and interior art, and both editions come with a 20-page full color manual, exclusive sticker, full color postcard, three trading cards randomly selected from the five-card set – and an award winning game – World of Goo! Physical cartridge! For Nintendo Switch!

More details, fabulous images, and order information can be found at Super Rare Game’s homepage.

HEY KIDS! Little Inferno Sold 1 Million Copies!

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

We’ve been so busy working on 7 Billion Humans, that we almost missed an exciting milestone last month: Little Inferno has sold over¬†1 Million Copies! If we include bundles,¬†that number is actually closer to 2 million legitimate purchases of the Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace – we hope they’ve kept everyone warm!

To celebrate we’re running a Summer in the Winter Sale on all of our platforms – starting today we’re putting Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine on sale everywhere (Thursday for the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo Switch).

We wish we could visit everyone who bought Little Inferno and ask each person millions of questions – but until we’re able to do that, we thought we’d dig through the ashes and see what we could discover. Here’s what we found!

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Welcome to the Information Superhighway

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

In addition to wrapping up 7 Billion Humans, we’ve also been quietly working on another new game – currently going by the title “Welcome to the Information Superhighway“. (We last visited that highway a long time ago, in a very different game!)

This is shaping up to be one of the more game-like games we’ve made. We’ve got a long way to go on a long crooked road, but thought we’d update here as we discover more about it.

What is this internet highway all the kids are faxing about these days? Can I go on an incredible road trip and make lots of broken new friends along the way? Isn’t Tomorrow Corporation made of three grumpy old people who don’t know how to use social media? Yes!

Here’s some concept art for you to send to your dot matrix printer.

And you can sign up for updates on our upcoming games here.

Welcome to the Information Superhighway - Magenta

Welcome to the Information Superhighway - Cyan

Welcome to the Information Superhighway - Yellow

Grab a Friend, Switch Editions will Have Local Multiplayer

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Enthusiastic players enjoy multiplayer Little Inferno.

 

For those of you lucky enough to have a friend, invite them to your rooftop party! Switch editions of World of Goo and Little Inferno will both have cooperative local multiplayer – the best kind of multiplayer.

 

Q: I do not have any friends?

A: We’ve all been there. In the meantime, you can always play single player, or with two hands.

 

Q: Multiplayer Little Inferno, a Switch exclusive?!

A: Yes! The brand new Switch Edition is the first and only version of Little Inferno to feature multiplayer. Now you can drag a friend through your personal existential crisis! It’s incredibly satisfying to rip things apart and burn it all down with a friend. Also perfect for couples.

 

Q: But I want to play by myself!

A: You’re in luck! We got single player Little Inferno approved first, and multiplayer approved a little bit later. So the single player version will launch first, and then the multiplayer update will roll out automatically about a week later. It should all happen magically and you won’t have to do anything special, except sit back and enjoy that brief moment of alone time while you’ve got it.

 

Q: A free update?! Will there be pink logs?

A: Due to inexplicable, overwhelming, demand for pink logs, Tomorrow Corporation is considering branching out into the pink log manufacturing business. Management does not know why pink logs are so popular, but is happy to accommodate.

 

Q: I thought I remember playing World of Goo with a friend … a long time ago?

A: Many years and several generations ago, the original Wii version supported playing with more than one Wii controller. We think this is the first version since then to feature multiplayer.

 

Q: Is Human Resource Machine multiplayer?

A: We thought about it, and debated it, and decided it would be too chaotic for a game that needs such concentration. But if players want it and can make a thoughtful case for it, we’ll consider adding it!

 

Q: I am not a cooperative person and do not want to cooperate with others.

A: You can always play single player! Good luck out there, and see you … Tomorrow!