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World of Goo dev's next game is Little Inferno

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It's been a while since we've heard from Kyle Gabler, the man behind 2008's fantastic puzzler World of Goo. He, World of Goo programmer Allan Blomquist, and Henry Hatsworth dude Kyle Gray have since joined together into a Voltron-type contraption called Tomorrow Corporation, and have been hard at work on this new game since then.

Titled Little Inferno, their next game is a... thing. Actually, details are scarce beyond the above logo, which seems to indicate a similar art style to World of Goo. Speculation may lead one to assume that this new game is a puzzler, based on the development team's previous successes.

"We’ve been quiet about this game so far to avoid being another lost adorable indie game that never materializes," says Gabler, but now they're about ready to post some actual info, so we'll keep an ear to the ground.



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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (June 29, 2012)

Rhody likes to press the keys on his keyboard. Sometimes the resulting letters form strings of words that kind of make sense when you think about them for a moment. Most times they're just random gibberish that should be ignored. Ball-peen wobble glurk.

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