A wicked little toy.
To speak in any detail about it would risk spoiling neither plot nor gameplay, but something more subtle, something I could put into words but only at the risk of diluting the effect it may, or may not have upon you.
If you liked World of Goo for its presentation - for the cryptic messages from the Sign Painter - for the slow revelation of a simple, at times morbid or tragic but unceasingly cute nuggets of a minimalist storyline, you will appreciate Little Inferno.
If you like physics toys, you will appreciate Little Inferno.
If you like fire, you will appreciate Little Inferno.
Read any resulting discussion at risk of having a subtly interesting experience spoiled. I knew things about it, from reviews, that already diminished the pleasure I took in this fine Tomorrow Corporation product. Go no further unless you've played, or never will.
If any of you have completed it, or acquire it as a result of this recommendation, let me know what you think.
- a somewhat singed Jakkar
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