I'm like 100% for sure buying this game from the developers of World of Goo and the creator of Henry Hatsworth. Figured I might as well start this thread up now because this "game"? sounds very bizarre. No goals, just... burn stuff? But there has to be more, right?
This may interest no one, or may already be known, but I thought this was rather cool...
I was catching up on 30 Rock over the weekend and during season five's live episode, an old school NBC "technical difficulties" board was shown a couple of times and a very familiar tune played. I knew right away what it was from... Little Inferno! Or, rather, it was featured in Little Inferno, yet not the game's own to call.
It was the one song I most wanted from the soundtrack when it was made available, but sadly found it absent. Now I know why, it's an existing song that I guess is public domain. It may have been mentioned in the game's credits, but I don't recall.
Anyway, the song, "Window Gazing," is from a music compilation called, "Music for Supermarkets." Perfectly appropriate song to play whilst viewing the in-game catalog of things to set ablaze.
Awesome song, but now I feel kind of silly for liking what is, in essence, a song for a grocery store.
Oh, that explains why it's not on the soundtrack then! I figured they just left it off because it's pretty much the only song you hear for the majority of the game, and no one really wants to listen to it.
Whilst trying to fall asleep, I discovered that I am bad at making combos. I tend to just load up my pit with random stuff until I cannot put anything more in. One time I had the max number in there and managed to make four different combos.
So I started playing this on Saturday. I made it through the first catalog and am enjoying it for what it is. I made the first six combos, though the Generations one didn't really make sense to me until I read the item's descriptions.
I'm really enjoying this game a lot more now than I was when I first started playing it. It's just so oddly fascinating keeping the cycle of burning stuff going, and I love figuring out how to get the combos. Plus, those letter exchanges are so intriguing.
44 combos done so far, and I'm about to unlock the 7th catalog! I'm still scratching my head over some of the combos, but I'll get back to any I skipped over.