Developed by Studio Fizbin and published by Headup Games, the duo's point-and-click adventure was well-received after its release on PC, iOS and Android platforms and also managed to bag a few awards for its efforts. The title has now been confirmed to be making its way to consoles along with a few details on the title itself, as well as a few screens to check out.
The game will come packed with fully reworked direct controls and will also be "completely ported to the Unity engine", as players dive into the world of Asposia. Located in a huge hollow space that's ventilated through "three big wind fountains" players will take control of the game's protagonist Robert and help to navigate him through various quests and puzzles to find out what has happened to the winds that have disappeared. Robert, who is a "novice of the last wind monastery", will not be alone as Laura, a mysterious thief, will be riding along side him.
Here's a list of the key features of the title as well as the awards the team won from the game's release on the mentioned platforms:
Awards and Recognition:
- The Inner World is lavishly packed with tons of content waiting for you:
- Perfectly adapted gamepad support for all you couch potatos!
- Screamingly funny dialogues!
- Numerous tricky puzzles!
- A handmade world fully drawn with love and devotion invites you to discover its countless details (at least 325!).
- A patented beginner-friendly multi-level hint system enables even the most impatient players to finish the game! A wonderful comforting atmosphere!
- Eye-pleasing backgrounds in non-stereoscopic handmade 2D (!) – against all modern 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 a fabulous cast of professional voice actors – even lip sync!
- Lots of cut scenes!
- Optional hotspots!
- And of course: Robert, the very very very VERY last hope for Asposia!
- Winner "Best German Game" at the German Computer Game Award
- Awarded as "Best German Family Game" at the German Developer Awards
- Winner of the category "Best Show" at Casual Connect Indie Prize in Kyiv
Lastly, we have a few screens to look at that showcase the graphical design of the game that's all been handmade very nicely:The Inner World
will be coming to the Xbox at an unspecified date this year.