What do Amazon Prime and videos of a Yule log burning have in common with Little Inferno? As Kyle Gray points out, they serve as some inspiration behind the reason players set items ablaze in game.
In this 2014 GDC session Tomorrow Corporation's Kyle Gray discusses the development process of Little Inferno, where he goes over everything from early prototypes of the game to sharing concept art used to help flesh out the environment.
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