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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

Stay Warm Out There!

Friday, November 22nd, 2019

It’s hard to imagine we released Little Inferno 7 years ago this winter! Where does all the time GO? Up up the chimney, like everything else!

In honor of its 7 year anniversary, we’re putting Little Inferno on sale everywhere this weekend (Steam, GoG, Epic, Humble). If you or friend want to spend a few hours this cold winter curling up to a crackling digital fire (or you’d like to try it again on iOS, Android, or multiplayer on the Nintendo Switch), now’s a great time to sit in front of a warm fire, like a warm hug!

Meanwhile, we’re preparing 7 Billion Humans for our Android friends and we hope to have more news to share on our next title soon!

Kyle, Kyle, and Allan

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, all 7 Billion Humans!

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Welcome, all 7 Billion Humans! We’ve been working on a thrilling followup to Human Resource Machine.

Finally! You can personally employ everyone on the planet inside your very own parallel computer made of people.

More info, images, and other fancy stuff here. For you Steam people, the link to wishlist and get more info on Steam is here. Coming soon…

Now Available in Europe and Australia… and Multiplayer Updates Everywhere!

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

European and Australian eShop customers enlarged to show texture.

 

World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine are now available in Nintendo’s European and Australian regions, in adorable eShops everywhere! And extra thanks once again to our volunteers who made all these translations possible – all three games were translated by real live human community volunteers.

 

Two updates were also just released today, for all regions. The Switch should automatically apply these updates for you:

  • Little Inferno: Now with multiplayer, grab the other Joy-Con and burn it all down with a friend!
  • Human Resource Machine: Now you can swap which Joy-Con you’re using whenever you want. Just press a button on whichever one you want to use. This was, strangely, a very requested feature.