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Chimney Stuffer (1)
1: Bike Pirate -- Wooden Bicycle (1) + Toy Pirate (1)
2: Someone Else's -- Someone Else's Credit Card (1) + Someone Else's Family Portrait (1)
3: Springtime -- Instant Seed Packet (1) + Alarm Clock (1)
4: Generations - Spider Egg (1) + Someone Else's Family Portrait (1)
5: Lenders - Someone Else's Credit Card (1) + Blankity Bank (1)
6: Movie Night - Corn on the Cob (1) + Television (1)
Little Inferno is a 2012 puzzle video game developed by independent game developer Tomorrow Corporation. The game was first released in North America as a downloadable title for the Wii U and Windows platforms on November 18, 2012. It was subsequently released for OS X on April 15, 2013 via Steam and the developer's website. A Linux version was released on May 23, 2013 via the developer's website, with a Steam release planned to follow. An Android version was released on Dec 3, 2013.
Little Inferno is set in front of a brick fireplace, which the player uses to set various objects, such as toys, dolls, and electronics, on fire. The game encourages the player to burn any combination of objects to see how they react when lit ablaze, as most of the objects have unique properties. Little Inferno is classified as a sandbox game as it offers few traditional objectives to complete and has no states of failure. The game was designed as a satire of similarly themed video games in which the player dedicates long amounts of time to performing tasks considered to be unrewarding.
Little Inferno garnered widely varied reactions upon its release. Some reviewers praised the unique gameplay concepts and satirical narrative, while others believed the gameplay was too simplistic.