Tomorrow Corporation Sells Over 200,000 Copies Of Little Inferno

little_inferno_safety_instructionsDeveloper Tomorrow Corporation has announced that it has, so far, sold around 250,000 copies of Little Inferno, which is available for purchase on iOS, PC and Wii U. Considering the peculiar nature of the game, in that players purchase items, throw them into a fireplace, and burn them, it has sold extremely well. If you’ve played Little Inferno, are you surprised that so many people purchased the game?


30 thoughts on “Tomorrow Corporation Sells Over 200,000 Copies Of Little Inferno”

  1. I haven’t touched it much in the past few weeks, or past month even. For me I see it more as a fun time-waster or short diversion but otherwise I’m not playing it nonstop. Good game, but there isn’t much else to it.

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      1. I got it when it came out like right away cuz I love Tomorrow Corp, I really liked the game, it’s feel is a lot like the World of Goo, anyways it was a fun game with a lot of jokes :P

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  2. Well it has a good rep and there aren’t many games to play on Wii U right now so that probably helps too. If big budget smash hits were out right now no one would be buying it.

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  3. I am surprised. Mostly because I was extremely hesitant to purchase it, even hearing how interesting it was. It is still just tossing stuff into the fireplace and burning it with a life message buried in the back drop. I thoroughly enjoyed the ‘game’, but I would still have a hard time recommending it to someone without letting them know exactly what it is. You burn stuff, but thats about all you can say about it without destroying the message within the ‘game’.
    Would I buy it again? Probably, however once you are done it I don’t find it compelling to play anymore. I played it till I was finished and haven’t played it since, maybe in a year or so when I want the meaning and/or ‘story’ again, like reading a good book. But beyond that I don’t see much replay value in it for me. So the price seems a bit hefty for the length of the game.

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    1. Somebody in the past complained though that this game was giving a bad influence to children because all you do is burn stuff. Whoever that person was forgot to take into account that there was a warning screen…

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      1. the first one was better to me even if the second improved in a lot of ways. super paper mario has to be the most underrated game of all time. i hated it first but then tried it again and thought it was different and awesome, the same thing happened with majoras mask

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      2. Agreed, The Thousand-Year Door is like my all-time favorite game. Maybe it’s partially due to nostalgia, but it definitely has an awesome and involved story, as well as keeping the originality of Paper Mario.

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  4. I bought it due to the discount so I imagine that really helped the sales as well. Plus it the Wii U eshop to itself for the most part for quite a while.

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  5. It is strange that former haters of nintendo at times are the ones that that flood certain news articles. Like this one, they have realized that nintendo is beautiful and gaming is more than FPS. To you gamers I remove my hat and salute you, let’s game on Wii U, 3DS, PS4 and hopefully xbox720.

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  6. I think the price is not reasonable. For a 5hr gameplay and $14.99 is not worth it. I got the game for $10.00 during the discount.

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  7. Phenomenal, creative game. The concept is bizarre and simple yet extremely effective. I’d recommend buying the Wii U version, sitting around with some close friends who appreciate art, and figure out the puzzles together and build an amazing memory.

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