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Humble Bundle PC and Android 8 is live now with a hefty offering of games on four platforms: PC, Mac, Linux and Android. At the price of "anything," this bundle offers Little Inferno, Gemini Rue, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome and Jack Lumber, but you can pay more than the average to ...

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If you recently binged on EA's Humble Origin Bundle of AAA games, Game Music Bundle 5 might help you recall the finer moments of some recent indie highlights. Game Music Bundle 5's pay-what-you-want pricing strategy is comparable to that of the Humble Bundles, but proceeds exclusively help musician...

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The Humble Indie Bundle 8 launched today, offering up downloadable Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of Thomas Was Alone, Awesomenauts, Little Inferno, Dear Esther, and Capsized as part of its pay-what-you-want base package. Buyers who beat the average purchase price (currently around $5) will ...

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Little Inferno is out now on Mac. Shortly after reaching the 250K sales mark, the 2012 "anti-game" - as Garrett Martin described it in his four-star review - is alight on larger Apple systems in addition to iPhone, iPad, Wii U and PC. If you're a Mac user who likes to burn things, point your lighte...

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Little Inferno, Tomorrow Corporation's darling (burning) fireplace game that made its debut late last year on PC and Wii U, has reached 250,000 in sales, Destructoid reports. Tomorrow Corporation's Kyle Gabler confirmed the figure with Joystiq in an email. "We're no EA or Zynga, but for a weird gam...

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Little Inferno, the satirical game about buying stuff and then burning it, is spreading to iPad this Thursday, January 31. "Just like the other versions," developer Tomorrow Corporation pledges, "Little Inferno on iPad is still 100% free of in app purchases, ads, spam, etc. You'll get Just The Game...

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A surprise sale has popped up on the Wii U eShop, dropping the prices of three indie download games through early January. According to the banner on the eShop front page, Trine 2 is $15.99 (normally $19.99) until January 7, Little Inferno is $9.99 until January 4, down from $14.99, and Chasing Aur...

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Keep track of all of Joystiq's Wii U launch coverage on our Wii U hub page! Take your TV. Just yank it out of your entertainment center. It doesn't matter if you unhook it from the cable box or your Wii U first. You're just going to stick it right in the fireplace. Burn that TV. Burn your plates, y...

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With all the "new console" frenzy surrounding the Wii U this week, it's easy for PC gamers to feel shafted, alone and ignored, left out in the cold of these winter months. One Wii U game, at least, doesn't want to see anyone freeze, and it's available on Steam at the same time as its Nintendo launc...

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Little Inferno, the toy conflagration game from the Henry Hatsworth/World of Goo vets at Tomorrow Corporation, sparks to life on Wii U and PC November 18. Yes, that's three days from now. That's the Wii U's North American launch day, in fact. It's a good time to see some footage of the game! If yo...

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Tomorrow Corporation's Little Inferno – whose catchy, macabre trailer we've included above – will be released officially sometime this holiday season. But you can pay $15 (or more, if you choose) now via a widget on the official website, in order to secure access to a beta version befo...

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The first trailer for Tomorrow Corporation's Little Inferno depicts a game that looks simultaneously entertaining and super depressing. In order to warm up an increasingly cooler world, you ... throw as many toys as you can into a fireplace. That's the premise, anyway. This is just the first tease...

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