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Little Inferno's gameplay trailer debuts just ahead of its Wii U launch

PC beta access available for pre-orders.

Little Inferno - the debut effort by the World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth creators at Tomorrow Corporation - has released a new trailer showing off its pyromaniacal gameplay to the public for the first time.

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The game transpires entirely in front of a fireplace where you must burn items ordered from catalogues to stay warm. Based on the trailer it seems to bear World of Goo's quirky satirical spin on a gloomy capitalist world. Plus it's got that game's Kyle Gabler composing more haunting, Danny Elfman-esque music, which is always a win as World of Goo had one of my favourite game soundtracks ever (and one that can be downloaded for absolutely free here).

Little Inferno will be a Wii U launch title, so it will be out on Sunday in the US and 30th November in Europe.

If you don't want to wait that long - or don't plan to pick up a Wii U - the PC version is slated for release on 19th November and pre-orders grant players immediate access to the beta. It can be pre-ordered directly from Tomorrow Corporation for $15 (or your local equivalent) or for 10 per cent off ($13.49) on Steam.

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