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Little Inferno Officially Extremely Dangerous, Rated T by ESRB

BREAKING REPORT. The ESRB has officially declared Little Inferno unsafe for children, with a rating of “T for Teen”.

Tomorrow Corporation would like to take this opportunity to remind players to please use caution while playing with your Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace. Please do not insert your Little Inferno into your mouth, as it may pose a choking hazard. Please do not insert your children into your Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace, as they may not be easily reassembled. Little Inferno is for external use only.

Studies have indicated that when used properly, with appropriate safety measures, your Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace will warm your home – and your heart.

[Beta Update: We’re still testing on friends and family, and will launch the beta on Steam as soon as the last few changes are ticked off the punch list. If you’d like to take part in the beta, you can sign up here.]

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8 Responses to “Little Inferno Officially Extremely Dangerous, Rated T by ESRB”

  1. Will says:

    I’m dangerously excited for this game.

  2. David Amador says:

    Hum….any E.T.A. on the beta?

  3. Kyle Gabler says:

    Just updated 🙂

  4. MOM4Evr says:

    Hee, hee, I’m digging that photo there. 🙂

    After searching on ESRB’s site, I can’t see it anyplace, so I’ll ask here: what’s it rated T for? Dark themes and burning stuff? I hope not for gore or language or anything like that, since World of Goo’s cleanness was one of the most awesome things about it…

    In any case, awesome. Glad to hear any news from the tall towers of Tomorrow Corporation. I await my Steam beta key with anticipation. 🙂

    • Kyle Gabler says:

      Absolutely, we’ve kept the game as family-friendly as a game about fire can be. The ESRB has very rigid criteria though, and a few burnable objects (out of many many objects) can possibly be classified as “drugs or alcohol”.

      • MOM4Evr says:

        Makes sense. It does remind me; Psychonauts was a very clean game too, but also got a T rating. Hopefully won’t put too many people off unnecessarily. I shouldn’t have been so surprised. Anyways, good luck with finishing the game up and launching and all that!

  5. puggsoy says:

    It’s probably rated T for scariness, JUST because of that rabbit’s face.

    Seriously though, I’m not too surprised at this, I mean burning stuff in a fireplace is “dangerouth”, so they don’t want little kids playing it and then trying it in their own fireplace. In WoG you can’t really try putting globs of goo together in real life, and even if you do it probably won’t harm you.

    In any case I’m really excited for this, I’ll be sure to keep it out of reach of small children 😉

  6. Gabe Hoffman says:

    Rated T I am not surprised it would be hard for a game that involves throwing various objects in the fire on purpose to get an E rating