If you bought a Wii U at launch, you probably remember a really quirky and unique downloadable game called Little Inferno. Its gameplay is pretty simple: you order various things via a catalogue, and then throw them into the fire to watch them burn. It was developed by Tomorrow Corporation, who announced their new game a couple of weeks ago: Human Resource Machine.
And yesterday evening, Tomorrow Corporation confirmed that this new game would come out on Wii U next month, alongside the PC version. It will launch on October 15th in North America, in less than a month. Unfortunately, Europeans players will have to be patient, as no date was given for Europe.
By the developers of Little Inferno and World of Goo, Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game inspired by actual programming. Basically, you play as a worker, who has to automate their work. Every time you succeed, you’re promoted to the next level. And if you’re really good, you can also take on special challenges, with restrictions on the number of moves for examples.
Here’s the trailer for the game, as well as some screenshots:
Human Resource Machine (Wii U eShop) comes out on October 15th in North America, and at a later date in Europe.
Source: Tomorrow Corporation