DeadlyPrivate Jan 23, 2013 @ 11:09pm
Littlest Sheep Review: Little Inferno
This game is not about a fireplace. Nor is it about burning things. It is rather a deep look into the way you spent your time playing games, specifically micro transactions.
You spend the majority of your time in front of a fireplace, throwing in objects that would provide much more entertainment if not burnt...but yet you keep at it. The implication is that it is the only thing keeping you warm from a harsh and cold world outside, as you keep throwing in toy after toy inside, hoping to get more money and wait 3 minutes to gain more objects...just so you can burn it for more money.
A good 5 to 6 hours long, the game uses unique system of combonations to get players interested in what objects to burn, and the use of letters from others will make you smile...or chuck it in the flames, because who cares?
Reccomend: I highly reccomend this wonderful little game, If not for the interesting burning and puzzle gameplay, but the story and the subtext it provides. Go buy it, play through it at your own pace, and go outside...the world doesn't have to be so cold anymore.
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aiden maaaaaan! Jan 30, 2013 @ 6:09pm 
is it worth it even if ive allreaddy watched a full playthrough of the game on youtube?
bayne420 Jan 30, 2013 @ 7:30pm 
the short answer is no, unless there are merits to support the developer then yes.
Laughing Wolf Feb 3, 2013 @ 5:15pm 
I would support this developer. :P

I'm not sure you'd gain anything new from buying the game if you've already watched it all on YouTube, though, unless you enjoy chucking random things in a fireplace to see them burn.
DeadlyPrivate Feb 12, 2013 @ 11:41am 
Originally posted by aiden maaaaaan!:
is it worth it even if ive allreaddy watched a full playthrough of the game on youtube?

I think the majority of the fun is just finding out what combinations you can burn objects in while also waiting for letters from people. A full playthrough on youtube, while showing the story and ending, doesn't equate to the actual enjoyment of playing a game.
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Date Posted: Jan 23, 2013 @ 11:09pm
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