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Submitted by jjdoyle 886d ago | interview

Road to the IGF: Tomorrow Corporation's Little Inferno

"Little Inferno has been a polarizing game, with many loving its send-up of social and mobile time-wasting and rampant consumerism, and others missing the point entirely -- most notably the National Fire Protection Association, which felt that the game, a launch title for the Nintendo Wii U, might give kids the wrong idea about fire safety, since it's all about burning your toys.

Gamasutra speaks here to Kyle Gabler, Allan Blomquist, and Kyle Gray -- who together form Tomorrow Corporation (and separately, are, respectively, two of the developers of World of Goo and, the last, Henry Hatsworth) -- about the multiply IGF nominated game.", writes Gamasutra. (Industry, Little Inferno, PC, Tomorrow Corporation, Wii U)

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