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  • Summary: The Inner World is a wonderfully twisted point-and-click adventure game that takes place in Asposia, a land that defies all laws of physics by existing in an enormous hollow space. Asposia is surrounded by rich soil and ventilated solely through three large wind fountains. When theThe Inner World is a wonderfully twisted point-and-click adventure game that takes place in Asposia, a land that defies all laws of physics by existing in an enormous hollow space. Asposia is surrounded by rich soil and ventilated solely through three large wind fountains. When the fountains start running dry, it is up to cheerful yet naive resident, Robert, to solve the mystery behind the wind's disappearance. Expand
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  1. 80
    I had a great time playing The Inner World and was sad to say goodbye to its wacky denizens, the cheeky humour and the fairytale world of Asposia.
  2. 70
    The Inner World is a thoroughly enjoyable adventure game. The art style is distinct and the story is both funny and engaging. The puzzles are typical to the genre but the hint system will allow everyone to see the end of it. Some minor technical issues are the only things that stop this from scoring higher.
  3. Apr 18, 2017
    70
    The Inner World is an enjoyable romp through an imaginative and beautifully constructed world. The story, while nothing groundbreaking, is endearing and filled to the brim with great characters who make puzzle solving a mostly satisfying experience. Unfortunately, it also stumbles into some of the common pitfalls and tropes that plague adventure games and drag the experience down, even with a very handy help system present.
  4. Apr 8, 2017
    70
    The Inner World never dares to venture into unknown territory. Because of this, it never truly leaves an impression. It's fun, yes, but hardly memorable.
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