The overall disorienting look made it tough to get my bearings, which naturally hurts the game's fun factor.
If you can make it through InnerSpace's frustrating and tedious lows, there is some degree of fun to be had. However, this game fails to hold a candle to many of the games it tries to emulate. If good, arcadey flying mechanics are all you need in a game, then this might be for you. There is little else on offer to set itself apart from the rest of the pack.
While InnerSpace struggles a bit on the technical side of things, the core game is a wonderful flight though worn out but still beautiful sci-fi landscapes.
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.
Should you want a relaxing game of exploration and discovery, where each crevice and cavern hides a secret to be found, InnerSpace is for you. A marvel of perfectly blended themes, music, and gameplay—standing out for the attention to detail put in. I look forward to seeing what else PolyKnight Games is capable of.
InnerSpace is beautiful... and that's all there is to say about it, because, as much as exploration games go, there are far better alternatives out there - with none of them feeling as disorienting as this one.
InnerSpace is definitely a game that earns plenty of kudos for the sheer effort and creativity put into it.
If you want to leave behind all the games with tons of mechanics and experience something a bit more subtle and different, this is the game for you
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Inner Space is not the perfect zen-game that it could have been. Despite moments of brilliance and an overall lovely aesthetic, there are mechanics which seem to be at odds with each other and thus the game seems conflicted.
It's an audiovisual masterpiece, but a flawed one.