Parent reviews for Little Inferno

Common Sense says

Players burn possessions in dark, anti-consumerism puzzler.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 13+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 6 reviews
Adult Written byloremi January 5, 2016
Little Inferno is an addicting game that is geared towards older kids. It has great physics and is fun to play with, and it's fairly addicting.
It can be mildly disturbing, and it has a couple things related to drugs and alcohol such as "Mommy Meds" and midlife crisis wine, but they're in there for humor. They're by no means advocating anything.

It does have some environmental and anti-consumerism themes, but overall, the main message is, "Don't waste your life and time. Get out, meet people, explore. Use the time you have wisely. Make your life worthwhile."
As for age, I'd recommend it for ages 12-13 and up.

In short, it is an excellent indie game with a deep meaning, and is, in my opinion, worth every penny.

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Positive Messages
Ease of Play
Violence & scariness
Adult Written byimcvicker22 October 9, 2014


This game is not at all bad. No violence or gore. For kids 10 and up.

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Ease of Play
Parent Written byrdolphin January 22, 2014

Not for kids!

I happened to have looked over my son's shoulder and he was burning a school bus full of kids who were screaming..... Definitely not what I want my child to be involved in!

This title contains:

Violence & scariness