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BREAKING WEATHER REPORT: A Limited Edition Physical Edition of Little Inferno for the Nintendo Switch!

Friday, May 1st, 2020

UPDATE: The Limited Edition version of Little Inferno is now available for pre-order HERE!

Tomorrow Corporation and Super Rare Games are pleased to announce the release of the Limited Edition physical release of Little Inferno – out on May 14th, 2020!

Your Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace comes in two versions: 5000 Collector’s Editions, and a limited 2000 Steel Box version. Both versions come with come with different cover and interior art, and both editions come with a full color manual with original concept art, exclusive sticker, full color postcard, and trading cards.

They each also contain the only version of Little Inferno with two-player controls, and come with the fireplace that burns at a hundred billion degrees. It’s Little Inferno just for meeeeeeee.

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

Reporting from the weather balloon,
over the smoke stacks,
over the city,
Your Friends at Tomorrow Corporation

How to Build a Jukebox With a Raspberry Pi, and control it with your phone

Friday, April 17th, 2020

Here’s a fun project to build while you’re stuck at home in self quarantine. How to build a Jukebox with a Raspberry Pi, with unlimited music selection, and control it with your phone. If you build it, send us photos! Keep flexing those brain muscles.

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.

World of Goo Update, 10 Years Later

Monday, April 29th, 2019

Hey old friends, it’s been a long time! We no longer have a 2DBOY blog, so thought I’d post this here – we’ve just updated the Win / Mac / Linux versions of World of Goo for the first time since 2008 or 2009 – and hope you and your modern computers enjoy it!

We’re slowly updating the game everywhere it’s currently available over the course of this and next week. Some info on what’s new:

  • To be super clear, there are no new levels, no new characters, no new battle royale deathmatch mode. This is just a gentle remastering we did for fun.
  • The framework has been replaced. This is the thing that draws all the graphics onto your screen, and sends all the audio to your speakers, etc. This means the Win / Mac / Linux version should work on modern computers again without freaking out, and you can run the game on modern displays at whatever resolution you want.
  • Game now runs at a hi-def widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio by default. The original ran at a squarer 4:3 ratio.
  • Resolution of graphics is doubled. The original game ran at 800×600, and the tiny graphic files didn’t scale to huge monitors very gracefully. We used a few different high quality upscaling tools to start, and then went over each image by hand, tweaking each image further as needed. In a few lucky cases, we still had the original source files and were able to use those. But if you still really want the original flavor, there’s a setting to use the original graphics, also included with the game.
  • Fabulous joke about looking good in hi-def has remained unchanged.
  • Brought over graphical and UI improvements from releases on other platforms, like Nintendo Switch.
  • No more encrypted assets or save files. We hope this makes the game more open and friendly to mod.
  • The config.user.txt file is now located wherever your save file is stored. So no more editing that file in your Program Files folder. It has a bunch of new config vars exposed as well.
  • We’ll be updating the game everywhere Win / Mac / Linux versions are available in the next few days.

Want to try it right now? If you got the game directly from 2dboy.com sometime before 2014 or so, and if you can still find your old download link, dust it off and give it a click. The new Win and Mac versions should be there waiting for you, Linux coming soon. Let us know (here in the comments or at 2dboy.com) how they work for you, and especially if you find any bugs! You can also try to look up your download link here if you can’t find your original receipt.

It was fun returning to World of Goo again, and hope you enjoy this small update!

Kyle (the one from 2DBOY & Tomorrow Corporation)