InnerSpace

Your greatest journey is within.


In the final days of the Inverse, you must help the Archaeologist recover the last remaining memories before they are lost forever. Fly through ancient skies and abandoned oceans to discover the lost history of this fading realm, where entire civilizations have died, yet their gods still wander.
InnerSpace is an exploration flying game set in the Inverse, a world of inside-out planets where gravity pulls outward instead of in. InnerSpace began as a project among college friends and evolved into a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014. After years of development, PolyKnight is proud to welcome you to the Inverse. Your greatest journey is within.

Features:


  • InnerSpace is a game about exploration, about player-driven moments both small and grandiose. Take your time, soar through the skies and dive through the oceans, and the secrets of the Inverse will reveal themselves.

  • Scattered among the ruins are priceless relics, the final messages from the extinct civilizations that once ruled the Inverse.


  • Adapt lost technologies to build new airframes, each with unique abilities to soar above the waters, and below.


  • The Inverse is dying, but you’re not alone. Demigods still roam here, hoarding what power they have left, the keepers of secrets as old as the Inverse. Fly carefully.


  • Featuring an ethereal art style and soothing electronic musical score, InnerSpace delivers a thoughtful, provocative flying experience unlike any other.

A quick note from the developers:


We started PolyKnight Games back in college, when we would meet after class to talk about new challenges in game design. We became fixated on one question in particular: "What would a flying game be like in a universe of inside-out planets?" To answer that question, we decided to put aside our career plans and form our own indie studio.
InnerSpace is not like other flying games. We want to reward exploration, both in terms of storytelling and the mechanics of flight. If you’re expecting a traditional flight sim with aerial combat, this might not be for you. If you like the idea of a plane that transforms into a submarine, then dives inside the belly of an ancient demigod, you're in the right place.
Please contact us on Twitter or the forums if you have any feedback at all, or if you just want to say hello. Thanks so much for checking out InnerSpace. We hope you enjoy the flight.
Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 or Windows 10
Processor: AMD A8-7600 (3.1 Ghz) OR Intel Core i3 4170 (3.7 Ghz)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 650 / AMD GPU Radeon HD 6850 / Intel Iris Pro 5200
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 5 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1 GB VRAM
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Mac OS X 10.12 or 10.13
Processor: Intel Core i5 (4 Cores) 2.9 GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GT 750M / AMD GPU Radeon HD 6970M / Intel Iris Pro 5200
Storage: 5 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1 GB VRAM
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Minimum Requirements
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Ubuntu 16.04 / SteamOS
Processor: AMD A8-7600 (3.1 GHz) OR Intel Core i3 4170 (3.7 GHz)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 650 / AMD GPU Radeon R9 290
Storage: 5 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1 GB VRAM
Recommended Specifications
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • Overall this is an incredible game and a must play experience. The feel of the game is pervasive and stays with you while you aren't playing it as only the best games do.

  • While InnerSpace struggles a bit on the technical side of things, the core game is a wonderful flight through worn-out but still beautiful sci-fi landscapes.

  • It might not be the longest game of all time, but the exploration of this very unique take on exploration adventures is worth the admission fee.

  • Players more loving of a slow and contemplative gaming experience are certain to love InnerSpace, finding that it offers them a series of strange and beautiful worlds to explore.

  • Relaxing piece where you can fly. Controls would need a upgrade, story-connection is weak. But relaxation part works just fine, so what?

  • Good for meditation, bad for playing.

  • InnerSpace wears its inspirations on its sleeve, and manages to replicate the tranquil atmosphere it’s clearly aiming for. Its flight is enjoyable, with breath-taking views and colourful planets to poke around in. But it’s progression and overall narrative really buckle under the weight, making the crumbling Inverse a wasted space for this otherwise relaxing exploration title.

  • InnerSpace features a unique game world with some nice moments of quaint exploration and set pieces, but on the whole it’s a bit too cramped and pricey to truly soar.

  • Despite its lack of ambition, InnerSpace fulfills what it promises: a calm exploration title with much more underlying narrative than the average of its genre.

  • A great game to relax with, but it's lacking in ambition.

  • Tedious “search expeditions” accompanied by dull music and sprinkles of boring text — that is all you will ever find in InnerSpace.

  • CD-Action

    In theory it’s a relaxing experience, but before you start relaxing, you need to learn to live with InnerSpace’s quite a few problems. [03/2018, p.60]

  • Games Master UK

    As it stands, it's a beautiful but wasted opportunity. [March 2018, p.81]

InnerSpace
$19.99 $8.55
Title: InnerSpace
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Released: 16 January 2018
Developer: PolyKnight Games
Publisher: Aspyr
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  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Full controller support
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