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The Inner World is a 2D Point and Click Adventure, that is hilariously entertaining and widely appreciated by critics. It won multiple "Best German" awards in 2013 and 2014, and was also selected as Google Play Editors Choice. The protagonist, Robert, is a naive and inexperienced court musician who resides in Asposia's most prominent wind monastery. In contradiction to physics law, Asposia is a vast kingdom with hollow space surrounded by boundless earth. However, the world's air supply is reliant on three wind fountains. As each of these fountains ceases to work, Robert finds himself in the center of a storm. With the support of a mysterious thief named Laura, Robert embarks on thrilling adventures to uncover the cause of the wind's disappearance. Will he be able to save his world and unravel Laura's secrets?
The Inner World is a game loaded with features that create an engaging experience for players. There are intricately designed puzzles, amusing dialogues, and a hand-drawn world that is bursting with detail (which comes up to at least 325!). The game offers a patented multi-level hint system, making it possible for everyone to complete the game. The backdrop is rich in non-stereoscopic, handmade 2D graphics, which buck the trend for contemporary graphic design. The game is parted into five spectacular chapters, with more twists and turns than the organ of an Asposian nose. The cartoon-like animations are stunning, and the soundtrack is as epic as ever, with professional voice-overs, including lip-syncing. There are several cut-scenes, optional hotspots, and a fantastic atmosphere of comfort. Besides, Robert is Asposia's ultimate hope.
The game is available in German and English versions, including both text and voice-overs. It is a full game with no In-App Purchases, providing tablet support. Please note that after the latest update, save games may not be carried forward due to technical issues. As a solution, the developers have added the Wishing Well feature, allowing them to return to the game at the start of a new chapter by using one of the given codes. Despite the issue of save data, the Inner World guarantees an enjoyable experience for all players.