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Inner Space – From Texas Based PolyKnight Games Releasing in January 2018


There’s an old saying that a story that is most fascinating isn’t the one that you see, but the one that you discover. Perhaps, the best journey is the one that takes place within. Welcome to the world of inner space, a flight and exploration game with puzzle elements heading to Consoles and PC. Inner Space is a game without a horizon, set in a world that has turned inside-out.

Inner Space is set within a unique world known as The Inverse. The Inverse is an environment in which the ocean and the sky have merged together into a seamless experience. People have lived here for generations, building their entire lives and families within this world of inverted physics. Unfortunately, The Inverse is imploding within itself, and all the mysteries that lie within will be lost forever.

As an explorer, your job is to discover the ancient civilizations that lived here, who are said to be Gods. By uncovering their mysteries, there may be an opportunity to save The Inverse.  Players will fly around The Inverse in different air vehicles. As The Inverse contains oceans and large air, players can acquire new airframes to navigate

Inner Space is the first title from PolyKnight Games, a small team that got together during college and shared their enthusiasm for fantastic, character-driven games such as Journey, Proteus, and Grow Home. Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the game’s development is nearing its end. Inner Space is looking to be a breathtaking solid entry and a great first jump into the world of video games in 2018.

Inner Space launches January 16th for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One.

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