Tinertia is perfect for those who are looking for an innovative and challenging platforming game which rewards dedication and mastery of its unique rocket jumping gameplay.
Tinertia is a love-letter to rocket jumping. If you're into that, it's a blast! If you aren't, Tinertia doesn't have much to offer you.
Tinertia feels like a mixed bag of experiences. The short sections make everything manageable, but unless you have a controller, expect to get irritated more often than you get surprised. The game is challenging, and even with a controller, the controls could definitely be tightened. It's hard to say stay away, because the game really hinges on this single mechanic. Still, it manages to feel fresh, and perhaps being so different is why it doesn't feel quite right. Getting Tinertia is a paramount decision, and if you can find a demo, definitely see if it's up your alley.
Tinertia is one fantastic-looking game but the gameplay can quickly make even the most hardcore gamer frustrated with its repetitive nature and reliance on trial and error.
Overall, Tinertia really is a great and challenging game. The level designs are really splendid plus the game mechanics is simple yet hard to master. You're gonna die a lot and try a lot just to get through one level but the feeling of being able to own the course is spectacular especially that there's a replay feature to watch your feat. Tinertia is absolutely worth getting particularly if you are into such a fun and challenging game.