Friday, April 12, 2013

500-Word Indies: Little Inferno and Home

I've already reviewed Home on the blog back when it came out. Back then it was held back by a few interface and QA issues. These have been fixed in patches by now, allowing me to streamline the review to what really matters and fit it into this column.

Since that is a mere rehash from an old review, we also feature some new content with a look at Little Inferno, a flaming physics sandbox by the creators of World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth. Is it a meaningful experience or just a mindless catalyst for pyromaniac desires? Find out in our review!

Also, sorry about the initially broken links last week. This time they should work.


  1. Chrome is saying that your website has malware on it now. It says that
    "Content from, a known malware distributor, has been inserted into this web page. Visiting this page now is very likely to infect your computer with malware."

    I notice that Java is trying to run on the main page. Is this what they're talking about? You should probably fix this.

  2. It's been fixed (it was only on the main page for an hour or so) but Chrome is still blocking access. It should be fine in a bit, hopefully later today, once it processes.