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- Award winning, critically acclaimed
- By the creators of LIMBO
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Inside retains many of its predecessor's trademarks: a purely visual experience in which no dialog is spoken, and you play a young boy overcoming obstacles in a dark and oppressive environment. But it also differs from Limbo in a few things. Most significantly is that Inside tries to tell a definite story. While Limbo is largely plotless, Inside has a definite storyline about mad scientists, their evil experiments in a dystopian world, and your attempt to escape from them. Inside also introduces new types of puzzles and activities that are unseen in Limbo. There are several "mind control" sequences that are some of the best parts of the game. There are a few underwater scenes, as well as a few clever puzzles involving adjusting water levels. In a game that primarily restricts your movement to left-to-right, it pleases me that a few puzzles require you to move left as well. And then there is the unforgettable final confrontation with the scientists, a portion that takes the game's ingenuity to a new height, possibly achieving classic status in gaming history as well.
Graphically, Inside has a dark, somber look, but objects are not drawn in silhouettes as in Limbo. The characters and environment are depicted in more detail and they look more realistic here. Instead of Limbo's monochrome world, Inside shows the world in color, albeit primarily in greys, dark blues, and other cold colors, with the only exception being the main character's red shirt.
Inside is currently available on PC (Steam and GOG), Xbox One, and PS4. The PC version sold here is the Steam version. A DRM-free PC version is sold at GOG.