Human Resource Machine, World of Goo, Little Inferno Launching Tomorrow on Nintendo Switch

Little Inferno and World of Goo to Support Exclusive Multiplayer Feature

on March 15, 2017 7:16 PM

In Nintendo’s continual effort to stealth-announce games for its fledgling home console, developer Tomorrow Corporation has announced that their three indie darlings — World of GooLittle Inferno, and Human Resource Machine — will be launch on Nintendo Switch tomorrow.

News comes by way of Tomorrow Corporation’s website, they announced that all three games would be making their way to the eShop on March 16, 2017 in America. As for Europe, the company is still waiting on official confirmation from Nintendo Europe. Each game will come out at the very affordable $9.99 — one of the lower Switch games on the eShop

Finally, in their latest blog post, Tomorrow Corporation announced that both World of Goo and Little Inferno will have local multiplayer. Among the two, Little Inferno’s local multiplayer will be Nintendo Switch exclusive. According to Kyle Gray of Tomorrow Corporation, in Little Inferno two players can use the Joy-Con to buy and burn toys in the digital fireplace.

World of Goo, meanwhile, is Nintendo exclusive — the only other instance of multiplayer in the game was the Wii version that launched in 2008.

With that said, the multiplayer component for both games will not be available at launch — instead the game will get a free multiplayer update the following week.

Tomorrow Corporation originally planned to launch all three games as Nintendo Switch launch titles, according

World of Goo is currently available on iOS, PC, Wii. Little Inferno is currently available on iOS, PC, and Wii U. Human Resource Machine is available on iOS, PC, and Wii U. And, of course, all three of these games are available on Nintendo Switch tomorrow. Check out the trailers for the games below:

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Lou Contaldi is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers, specializing in both reviews and the business behind gaming. He began writing about tech and video games while getting his Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. He is maybe the only gaming journo based in Nashville, TN.