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11:00 PM on 06.29.2012
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Usually when studios have nothing more to offer publicly than a logo, it's difficult to visualize what their game is going to be about, assuming it's an original intellectual property. This teaser for Tomorrow Corporation's Little Inferno has me dreaming up the possibilities.

The team -- which is made up of Kyle Gabler (World of Goo), Allan Blomquist (World of Goo Wii), and Kyle Gray (Henry Hatsworth) -- promises to deliver the "first bits of real info" in the coming days. It sounds as if they're specifically trying to avoid showing anything too early, which I appreciate.

Little Inferno, whatever it is, will see a multi-platform release this winter. I'm intrigued.

Tomorrow Corporation Announces Little Inferno [Rock, Paper, Shotgun]






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