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What's This About Inside?

Previously announced back at Microsoft's E3 2014 press conference, the publisher unveiled a new game from Playdead Studios, the indie developer behind the popular black-and-white platformer Limbo.

The description of the game is a simple one, "Hunted and alone, a boy finds himself drawn into the center of a dark project."

Inside is a puzzle platformer, in which the player controls a young boy that explores a surreal environment presented as a primarily monochromatic, 2.5D game, using only splashes of color to highlight parts of the environment. The player can make the boy walk, run, swim and use objects in the environment to progress in the game. Later, the boy gains the ability to control lifeless bodies to complete certain Puzzles. The boy character can die, including if some puzzles are not completed fast enough, and as with Limbo, these deaths are accompanied by gruesome animations, before the character is restarted at the last checkpoint.

Inside tells the story about a young boy as he struggles against evil forces trying to take over the world through questionable experiments on human bodies. The boy starts in a forest where strange dark figures appear to be watching and hunting him, but this soon gives way to a factory-like warehouse, where the boy finds an entity performing mind-control experiments on people, and looks to find a way to stop it.

Inside is currently available on Steam as of July 7th.

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