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Little Inferno out now for Mac, other versions on the way

6:00 PM on 04.16.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Linux version still in the works

After recently releasing on iPhone, Tomorrow Corporation's game about burning (and so much more), Little Inferno, is now available for Mac. Better yet, those who own the Windows version won't have to pay another cent for the Mac port. I love when developers do that.

With some 250,000 copies sold to date, it sounds as if Little Inferno caught on, which didn't seem like a sure thing prior to launch. Looking ahead, Tomorrow Corp. is preparing the Linux version for testing and is also putting together an iOS update for iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4.



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