- Alternate Character Interpretation:
- Did Sugar Plumps actually discover her own paradise at the end of the game, or did she just switch one delusion to another? The gate operator implies that there is a room that simulates tropical environment somewhere in the Tomorrow Corporation.
- Miss Nancy is even more divisibe figure; is she a Corrupt Corporate Executive responsible for the world's current plight, a delusional who turns away from responsibility for her actions, or a kindhearted individual who tries to give people some kind of respite from the terrors of the world she has no power over, however temporary it may be?
- Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: The Bitter Sweet Ending. Sure, the character's house may have burned...but he's out of the cold, lonely city, going towards possible freedom. It's open to interpretation, but hopeful nonetheless.
- Ear Worm: It's Little Inferno, It's Little Inferno just for me...
- Fridge Brilliance: Because of the heavy graphics generated by burning multiple items at once, your iPhone will noticibly heat up in your hands.
- Fridge Logic: Why is there no save feature for this game? Because YOU CAN'T EVER GO BACK if you mess up.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: Many people consider the soundtrack the game's finest feature. It's available for free from the developer's website. Beware of spoilers in song titles!
- Tastes Like Diabetes: Most of Sugar Plumps's letters. The rest are Nightmare Fuel and Paranoia Fuel.
- Tear Jerker: Sugar Plumps's house burning down, letter and all. It's just so sudden, and in such an otherwise safe environment, it manages to be really shocking
- The ending. The whole thing...the main character's house burning, Miss Nancy leaving, and then The Weather Man taking him away from the city, into the unknown.
- Ugly Cute: A lot of the plushies would apply to this trope. which makes it kinda saddening as well as a little disturbing to see them get burnt to ash.