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nintendo100237

Little Inferno launches on the app store Jan. 31st for $4.99. I played the Wii U one and may get this one to have it on the go since I loved it so much. Anyone else getting this, or getting it for a 2nd time?

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rayword45

I'll get it for Android if it comes (likely will).

But $4.99? That's some pretty quick devaluation.

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rayword45 wrote:

I'll get it for Android if it comes (likely will).

But $4.99? That's some pretty quick devaluation.

Yeah... Its like $15 on Wii U

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Odnetnin

rayword45 wrote:

I'll get it for Android if it comes (likely will).

But $4.99? That's some pretty quick devaluation.

I hope it does, just so I'll have an excuse to throw even more money their way, but I don't think it's very likely considering some of the comments they've made on their blog. Then again, World of Goo came to Android so I suppose anything is possible.

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DarkKnight wrote:

rayword45 wrote:

I'll get it for Android if it comes (likely will).

But $4.99? That's some pretty quick devaluation.

I hope it does, just so I'll have an excuse to throw even more money their way, but I don't think it's very likely considering some of the comments they've made on their blog. Then again, World of Goo came to Android so I suppose anything is possible.

Depends on whether World of Goo performed well on Android, I guess.

A lot of developers dislike Android because it's a pirate's paradise. From the piracy numbers I've seen I've got to say I wouldn't bother with the platform either.

Sadly for legit Android gamers.

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Bankai wrote:

[Depends on whether World of Goo performed well on Android, I guess.

A lot of developers dislike Android because it's a pirate's paradise. From the piracy numbers I've seen I've got to say I wouldn't bother with the platform either.

Sadly for legit Android gamers.

IIRC, it's consistently in the top 20 paid downloads, impressive considering WoG isn't as big a name as the other expensive games like COD.

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Bankai wrote:

[Depends on whether World of Goo performed well on Android, I guess.

A lot of developers dislike Android because it's a pirate's paradise. From the piracy numbers I've seen I've got to say I wouldn't bother with the platform either.

Sadly for legit Android gamers.

IIRC, it's consistently in the top 20 paid downloads, impressive considering WoG isn't as big a name as the other expensive games like COD.

I just checked and it's at 18 now. Cool!
Not that I'd buy it for my phone as 4.7" seems like a horribly small screen size for that game.

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Good. The more people who play this game, the better.

So much this.

As for me, since I don't have a Wii U, I'm most looking forward to buying the 4th-gen Apple TV whenever it comes out so I can AirPlay Little Inferno over to my TV. I don't have a Wii U, you see, and this will be a cheaper way for me to feel like I have one.
That and I need somewhere to spend my $120 in iTunes giftcards since I've already run out of space for apps on my iPad. On the bright side, I have an excuse to buy all of the Nolan Batfilms again.

nintendo100237

I got it. Its better than the Wii U version, as it feels more natural to burn stuff with your finger.

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Cowtruck123 wrote:

it feels more natural to burn stuff with your finger.

...Do you mean that burning stuff with your finger feels more natural, or that the option feels more natural?

Just a bit confused, as you can burn stuff with your finger in the Wii U version.

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