The Wii U, released on 11/18, has a good assortment of games available, both in stores and through the Nintendo E-Store. A happy surprise is the large number of smaller indie games available on the system, and of them all, the most blissfully wacky is Little Inferno, from the Tomorrow Corporation, makes of World of Goo. Little Inferno combines the infuriating “What do I Do?” feeling of the open form game, the dark whimsy of a Tim Burton movie, and the purifying warmth of fire, and creates a deceptively simple game that unfolds like an onion in a deep fryer, and is just as delicious.
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The game consists of a fireplace, more specifically, the Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace. Your job – burn things. Buy things from a series of catalogs of flammable objects, place them in the furnace, set them aflame, find money contained within, »
- Vinnie Bartilucci
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