World of Goo, Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine are all hitting the Nintendo Switch eShop tomorrow, March 16. These games will only be released in North America for the time being. Tomorrow Corporation, the company behind the games, hopes to have a release date for European markets soon.
World of Goo is a game released back in 2008 for the Wii and PC. It is a puzzle game where you progress by making structures such as bridges out of goo to traverse the different levels. A sequel to the game was planned but never came to fruition. World of Goo had the same team behind it that currently makes up Tomorrow Corporation but they were part of a team called 2D Boy when this game was created.
Little Inferno is a game release in 2012 for the Wii U and PC. It is best described as a puzzle game with the goal of burning things. The player is given free reign to do things as there is no score or time limit on the levels. It looks like an interesting game to say the least.
Human Resource Machine is another puzzle game release for the Wii U and PC in 2015. The game takes the player through different puzzles, each representing another year of their life and if you succeed, you’ll be promoted to the next level and won’t lose your job to a machine.