If you've played a game in the past generation, you're probably aware of World of Goo. 2D Boy's smash hit puzzle game is on nearly every platform imaginable and can be called a landmark on the indie game landscape. While this is great, it has become something of a double-edged sword for the release of Tomorrow Corporation's Little Inferno, the next game from some of the people responsible for World of Goo. I'm going to be honest, I haven't played much of it and I'm willing to bet you haven't either.
Well here's where Destructoid comes in: If for some reason you've missed it we're putting on a Humble Bundle with Little Inferno in it. Yep, for a pay-what-you-want price for charity you can get Little Inferno and five other great games. But what if you're not sure about the games themselves? That's where Dtoid.tv comes in. We've been playing through all the games in the bundle and Little Inferno is on today. Want to get in on the madness? Check out Dtoid.tv at 2PM PST today. It's going to be a blast.
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