The Award-Winning Adventure, The Inner World, Is Now Available (Video)

Studio Fizbin and Headup Games proudly announce today’s release of their critically acclaimed and manifold awarded adventure game The Inner World on PlayStation®4. The game is now available for €14,99 / £11.99 in the PlayStation®Store all across Europe, Australia and Africa. The US region will follow on Friday (March 31), as well as the global release on Xbox One.

Explore the adventures of Robert, Laura and Peck the pigeon and delight in challenging puzzles, enchanting characters and the beautifully hand-drawn world of Asposia.

The adventure has been fully localized to English including a great cast of voice actors and features direct gamepad controls in order to provide the best console gaming experience. If you’re stuck in a puzzle or just seem to be lacking that little final hint to solve some of Asposia’s mysterious riddles our patented multi-level hint system is there to help you out. It gently pushes you into the right direction, without spoiling too much information.

About The Inner World

Asposia is a mysterious world. Surrounded by the endless soil and against all laws of physics, Asposia is located in an enormous hollow space, which is ventilated solely through three big wind fountains. In this world lives Robert, a naive and cheerful novice of the last wind monastery.

He lives quite an introspective, simple life as a court musician in the shadows of his honored master and ideal Conroy. This changes abruptly, when suddenly one fountain after another runs dry and the Windgods befall peaceful Asposia. Now just Robert is in the center of unexpected events!

Together with the mysterious thief Laura, best intentions and not the slightest clue Robert hits the road to solve the secret behind the disappearance of the winds. During his adventure, he not only meets bizarre Asposians, but also really strange animals. In addition, Robert hast to solve tricky puzzles, which only could exist in Asposia. Is the young adventurer able to save his world? What are Laura’s secrets? And why Robert has such a strange nose?

Awards: Besides many press awards and nominations, The Inner World was awarded as the “Best German Game” at the German Computer Games Awards and also as the “Best Family Game” at the German Game Developer Awards.