Hello from the PolyKnight team! Our first game, InnerSpace, is out today on PlayStation Store, and we have to say, this is a very different kind of flying game. InnerSpace takes place in the Inverse, a universe of inside-out-planets where gravity pulls outward instead of in.
This dying realm is home to ancient structures of a lost civilisation, and flying inside these tight spaces is going to be a challenge. To compensate, we built flying mechanics that encourage agility and experimentation. Here are a few of our favourite moves. Enjoy!
1. Drift to spot hidden entrances
Drifting lets you survey your surroundings and look for entrances to structures as you glide around them. It also lets you change direction quickly.
2. Drifting helps you perform awesome trench runs
Tight spaces ahead. Drifting allows you to avoid walls and make quick decisions. Eventually, you’ll have the skills to make some epic trench runs.
3. Centre yourself to work out your next move
If you want to survey the area from a new angle, fly towards the center of the chamber. Then, drift to get your bearings and plan your next flight path.
4. Yaw or roll for tight manoeuvers
Depending on how much space you have, you can yaw for a wide turn or roll into it for a tighter manoeuver.
5. Use your wings to discover secrets
Your wings are pretty rugged, so don’t be afraid to scrape them against walls and see what might come tumbling down.
6. Dive into the ocean to relax
After surfacing, you can spread your wings to take… or just enjoy falling back to the ocean in a majestic Dolphin Dive.
These are some of our moves, but we’re most excited to see what you come up with. Feel free to share your deftest manoeuvers with us on Twitter (@PolyKnightGames), or just drop by to say hello.
We hope you enjoy InnerSpace, available now on PlayStation Store, with 10 percent off for PlayStation Plus members. Your greatest journey is within!
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