The bizarre puzzle game Little Inferno, in which players burn objects of increasing value, will receive a Christmas expansion without warning.
Tomorrow Corporation has released a surprise Ho Ho Holiday Expansion for its odd puzzle game Little Inferno involving the setting of fires. Little Inferno’s release on PC and Wii U is approaching its 10th anniversary, and it appears Tomorrow Corporation is feeling rather nostalgic. Few may have anticipated Tomorrow Corporation’s eventual return to Little Inferno; Tomorrow Corporation itself may be startled. Nevertheless, the Ho Ho Ho Holiday Expansion is on its way and will soon be distributed for free to Little Inferno users.
Little Inferno challenges players with igniting various objects. In the game’s narrative, the protagonist purchases a Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace, a toy that children may use to keep warm by burning a variety of items. The player will be charged with igniting objects of increasing value and horrific design, as well as darkly humorous item combinations. Through burning objects, gamers of Little Inferno will encounter a frightening yet somehow appealing narrative. It is ideally suited for a holiday-themed expansion.
Little Inferno’s Ho Ho Holiday expansion will provide gamers with a variety of festive items to burn. Twenty new torches will be available for purchase, along with fifty new bundles that pair Christmas products with items from previous catalogs. In addition, there is a special Infinite Yule Log that burns forever, which is both a fascinating experiment and weird given that the objective of Little Inferno is to burn everything.
The Little Inferno experience would not be complete without a story to unearth through the burning of objects. Tomorrow Corporation touts it as a terrifying new Christmas story, forewarning gamers of impending danger. There is also a strange new figure to meet, who is both intriguing and ominous.
How the Ho Ho Holiday Expansion will fit into the existing tale of Little Inferno is an important question to explore. It could be a simple subplot, or it could be a humorous addition to the main plot. Fans of Little Inferno may even anticipate that the expansion may hint at a sequel or other product from Tomorrow Corporation. After so many years, the small developer team’s willingness to offer something cool for its followers is hopefully something that fans will appreciate.
Naturally, Tomorrow Corporation remains busy. While it stays silent regarding Welcome to the Information Superhighway’s ongoing development, it is active in other ways.
In 2021, Tomorrow Corporation released 7 Billion Humans for Android and its first game, The Captain. It has also recently introduced new goods, including a Little Inferno Sugar Plumps plush. Hopefully, Little Inferno’s efforts will be rewarded and an influx of new gamers will check out the indie darling this holiday season. The new update will be available for PC on November 18 and for Nintendo Switch shortly thereafter.
Little Inferno is currently accessible on both iOS and Android, other than on PC and Switch.