Wii U arsonist crowd catered for with World of Goo dev's latest - Little Inferno. Here's the first trailer

Say 'hello' to Little Inferno. It's a new game from the new and fiercely independent developer Tomorrow Corporation. It's coming to Wii U, PC, Mac and Linux in Winter 2012. And it looks like it's chasing the arsonist buck because as far as we can tell it's all about burning stuff. What sort of stuff? Well, according to Tomorrow Corporation, stuff like 'screaming robots' and 'exploding fish' and 'tiny galaxies'. That sort of stuff. Have a look at the first trailer:

Admittedly the trailer doesn't actually show anything of the game, so we can't say whether we think the game looks any good in a mechanical sense. But we can say it looks like Little Inferno is going to be kind of mad. In a good way. Good mad. And almost certainly unique. So we're excited about that. We're also excited about the fact Tomorrow Corporation is home to the creative brain-sacks behind such fine works as Henry Hatsworth and World of Goo. Very promising indeed.

You can find details of an early access beta program - paying to pre-order the game gives access to the beta - at Tomorrow Corporation's site. Windows beta first, Mac and Linux to follow.

Some men just want to watch tiny galaxies burn.

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  • shawksta - July 12, 2012 9:39 a.m.

    Oh god, this, this is just, DAMN. World and Goo? Count it awesome coming from them.
  • larkan - July 12, 2012 9:09 a.m.

    So let me get this straight....people are scoffing at a fabled rape scene in the new Tomb Raider (which was proven not true), but no one has a problem with kids throwing alive toys into a fire?
  • bash street kid - July 12, 2012 4:26 a.m.

    The grasp for resources is old before anyone knew it. {not so secret since the 80's}. The best part is the aristocracy (WOW where did they pop up from) have already carved the world up like a neo-africa cira 2016. POP. there goes the shoreline. Quarter of a million gone. Then again. Want some life. Tough. We own it. The folks who take global warming the most seriously are the elite. They know it's coming baby, paid adverts work.
  • vent - July 12, 2012 11:54 a.m.

    lol wut. video games.

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