Soultaker has written to let me know that the World of Goo translation wiki will be closing soon. With the game out for more than four years, and the last major translations updated in 2010, I think one can say it has fulfilled its purpose!
Little Inferno officially launched today on Wii U and PC. And to mark the occasion, we've also launched InfernoFans.com - head over there for information and news about the game going forward (and let me know if you're able to help out with the content!)
The leaderboards are back! All the profile parsing and tower drawing has been rewritten in PHP, as the functions the original Python version required are no longer available.
Because of this there may be bugs - let me know if you spot any. However I've also taken the opportunity to add some new features, such as showing fan level achievements.
A lot of the data is now much easier to access, so ideas for improvement are welcome.
Here on GooFans I, along with the help of MOM4Evr and Albino Pokey, have put together a few rules for the forums. There haven't really been too many problems, but the forums are pretty active so this is an effort to keep them clean and organized. You don't have to check them every time you post, but it would be appreciated if you could take the time to read them over them and get a basic grip of how to keep the forums healthy
I just heard word through the mysterious depths of the interwebs known only as "twitterverse" that there's been a blog update about Little Inferno, and it may come as soon as this winter! Check it out! http://tomorrowcorporation.com/posts/building-little-inferno
Hey, look at that! Seems that our moderators have finally put together the long-awaited chapter tutorial! Check it out here: http://goofans.com/developers/resources/chapter-addin-development
Hopefully this will mean some awesome new chapter addins from our community members in the near-term future!
The Humble Bundle is back, this time for Android devices (though you also get copies of the games to run on Windows/Linux/Mac). Anomaly, EDGE and Osmos are the core games, and if you pay more than the average, you get World of Goo too.
Pay whatever you want to get four excellent games for Android mobile devices, as well as any Windows, Mac, and Linux computers you have: Anomaly: Warzone Earth, Osmos, and EDGE. Customers who pay more than the average will also receive World of Goo, an indie classic and an Android delight!
I'm aware that there is currently a backlog of addins waiting to be published. Hopefully with the enlarged team we'll be able to review these soon - and I'll be making some time myself later this week to help out.