Independent developer Tomorrow Corporation recently unveiled their latest project: Little Inferno. A game whose teaser trailer already creeped out a lot of gamers. And in a good way. Tomorrow Corporation’s Kyle Gray recently said in an interview that the Wii U and Nintendo are easy to work with, and that if the Wii U is “half as unique as the Wii, indie developers will flock to Nintendo”. Little Inferno will be released on the Wii U, PC, and Mac sometime early next year, according to rumors. Gray had another compliment to Nintendo: “On the business side, Nintendo of America has been an amazing partner to work with; they’re supportive without burying you under mountains of paperwork.” Tomorrow Corporation previously did the very impressive indie hit World Of Goo, which was released on the Wii as a downloadable title. Little Inferno is a puzzle/platform title that takes place entirely in front of a fireplace, where players drop things into the fire to create levels. Little Inferno is far from the only indie game that’ll be coming to the Wii U via the new eShop channel. Other indie titles that’ll be available at launch include Mighty Switch Force HD, Toki Tori 2, Cloudberry Kingdom 2, and many more. Via Nintendo Life local_offer indie little inferno wii u Nintendo tomorrow corporation wii u stars Further Reading Legendary Pokemon coming to Pokemon Go The cost of Nintendo consoles in today's dollars Wii U gets firmware update Watch the Smash 4 EVO Finals on Disney XD Take a peek at this week’s Nintendo Dow 9 things you probably didn't know about Super Mario Bros. hi 2dboy made world of goo, not tomorrow corporation, but they have some of the same people http://tomorrowcorporation.com/posts/who-are-you-tomorrow Roy Good to hear! Wii Uoops! Oh, I simply love all this praise for Nintendo! They deserve it! Though, seriously… Little Inferno is freaky. The White Falcon And that’s such a needed change. Nintendo having bad relationships with third parties…it’s been a problem they’ve had forever. But it sounds like it’s cleared up a lot. Especially with these little indie devs-it’s easy to simply push them away. Glad to see Nintendo getting behind them. Crater Thats very good to hear eugoreez Nice. I really wanted to see how indie developers can make use of unique inputs that Wii U offers. Have to admit, they are more creative bunch than big developers, averagely speaking The Beeshnu Little Inferno just for me YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY planetmobius hmmm,interesting,im glad they are nintendos side. Maverick-Hunter No paper work (in mountain size piles) 3rd party developers, to nintendo go! Purple3DSXL I’d already decided to get this game when I saw the trailer. Can’t wait till it comes out. As others have said, it’s nice to see Nintendo supporting Indie developers; there’s a lot of talent there :). Ljink The Wii U is a spectacular console, you’ve gotta see it to believe it. As long as the price is right and i get an HD zelda I’m just fine thank u. Isaac_Triplex Just too excited for Wii U it has ALLOT of potential and I know the gang at nintendo will pull it off SanPharaoh I can’t wait to play this game. luis aaaaahh… great day to worship nintendo luis I was thrown off at the ending of the little inferno teaser trailer where the little kids heads exploded Amish Thunder That thing about Micr$oft. They eat independent profit$$$. $ony will do too. But not Nintendo. Nintendo + independent = <3 u long time. The Wiitcher Great to hear that Nintendo had changed their attitude towards indie developers (and 3rd party developers in general). I hope the eShop is to consoles what Steam is to PC! Albinopig Creepy. If it’s as good as World of Goo I might get it. Diego Don’t forget Trine 2 from Frozenbyte, another fantastic indie game. Gabe Hoffman Pyro’s childhood in a nutshell. I think will be one of the first things I download when I get a Wii U.