The Inner World
Robert is a novice, a bit clueless, but with a heart of gold. He lives a peaceful life as a court musician in Asposia's largest wind monastery. Contrary to the laws of physics, Asposia is an enormous, hollow space surrounded by an infinite expanse of earth. The world's air is provided through three wind fountains, but as one wind fountain after the other petered out and the wind gods came to Asposia, all of the sudden Robert found him in the middle of a whirlwind.
Together with the help of the mysterious thief Laura, his best intentions and no clue whatsoever, Robert sets off on his adventure to discover the secret of the wind's disappearance. Will the young adventurer be able to save his world? And what are Laura´s secret intentions…?
Features, Features, Features! This is where The Inner World shows what it means to be lavishly with tons of content waiting for you: Screamingly funny dialogues! Numerous tricky puzzles!
A handmade world fully drawn with love and devotion invites you to discover countless details (at least 325!). A patented multi-level hint system enables everyone to finish the game! A wonderful comforting atmosphere! Eye-pampering backgrounds in non-stereoscopic handmade 2D (!) - going up against all current graphic trends! Five spectacular chapters!
A story with more twists than any Asposian nose! Stunning cartoon-like animations! The most epic soundtrack since the origin of Asposia as well as professional voice overs - even lip sync! Lots of cut scenes! Optional hotspots! And of course: Robert, the very-very-very-VERY-last hope for Asposia!
A Great Point and ClickQwertyfour | Oct. 2, 2013 | See all Qwertyfour's reviews »
In a genre that used to be so condensed with shitty games, The Inner World is a truly great game. Modern days, there are not too many point and click games that sell very well so developers stray away from that genre. I personally have played other point and click games like The Walking Dead, Sam and Max, Back to the Future and several other games, and I've found them great in terms of story. Game play wise, they are often lacking, but you can't expect much more than quick time events and nifty puzzles. The Inner World was a very fun Point and Click. Its story feels like a fairy tale, and its graphical style is similar to Adventure Time. So imagine an Adventure Time that takes itself a bit more seriously. The characters are very wonderful and the puzzles are well thoughtout. This game is definitely my most favorite point and click of 2013 so far, and you should definitely get it.
Meh... well it's kinda interestingAlcatraz_Inmate | Oct. 2, 2013 | See all Alcatraz_Inmate's reviews »
The Inner world is set in a unique and creative world and is a relatively nice looking point and click adventure game. The puzzles and character designs are pleasing and it does somewhat immerse you into the game, but overall I would say it's only a decent title at best. The only thing that really made this pop out to me is the aesthetic design and artwork put into the game which is fantastic. If it's something you are seriously considering picking up, I guess now is a good time seeing as how it's on sale. But don't have any unreasonable expectations.