My favourite adventure game of the past few years, and I've played a lot of them.
Everything is great. An interesting and easy to follow story with some very humorous parts. Graphics and music/sound are excellent. Voice acting is good to excellent, the voice of the main character is excellent and his love interest is very good. Some characters like the various guards are obviously voiced by the same person, but this makes no difference.
Puzzles are almost always very good. Usually the solution to a puzzle makes sense, only in a few cases are the puzzles not completely logical and even the few slightly illogical puzzles are not to hard to guess. I didn't have to use a walkthrough at all. The game takes about 8 to 10 hours to complete.
I hope they do a sequel or another adventure with the same development team.
Good characters, voice acting, and soundtrack, original plot, puzzles are neither too easy or hard (and fairly logical). Good art style GFX. Feels quite "polished" overall with a great feel (and soundtrack). Well worth a play for adventure lovers.
The Inner World turned out to be a very charming game with an interesting setting. If you're drawn to cartonesk looking games and are really into the point-and-click kind of puzzles, than you will certainly have a blast with this one. However, it's still missing some important elements so don't expect it to rock your world.
The Inner World is a game of opposites. While the puzzle design and characters of this debut manage to pleasantly surprise, the voice acting is in parts atrocious. Also, the stark contrast between the quality of the background art and the rather crudely drawn characters is a bit jarring. Still, this unevenness only really hits home because the rest of this point-and-click adventure is really well done.
Even if you don’t like the gameplay, the story and setting are solid enough to where you can get at least some minimum level of enjoyment out of the game. If you are the type of person who enjoys playing adventure games with puzzles like the ones found in The Inner World, then you may get more than that out of it.
Don't trust a user rating out of only 20-30 people. They gave it a nearly 10 but in reality the game is just average. The graphics are Great, the setup is ok, but the story unfolds so slowly and uncofortably.
It looks like a game best fit for kids or teens.
Charming adventure. Good puzzles, great art style, nice musics.
But it has problems. The interface is absolutely terrible, designed for tablets, you only use one mouse key, a lots of useless clicks, need to drag instead of click and move the objects and so on.
It's also EXTREMELY SLOW. The main character walks so slow it's infuriating, getting from one place to another takes quite some time and makes me wanting to shut off the game pretty soon... I've been able to play it in just little sessions because of that, it's too annoying waiting for it.
The game looks nice initially. Seems simple and funny. But it does have a number of problems due to its very nature: a port from phone/tablets to PC. I tried to play it in Linux, and I had to gave up pretty soon due to bugs that made the experience incredibly frustrating. I may give it a shot in a few months, hoping that they fix those Linux issues.