Studio Fizbin has brought its rather quite good adventure game The Inner World to Android today.
This one is for fans of hand-drawn wind-powered cities and things that go point-and-click in the night. It's a traditional-style adventure game with item-based puzzles and a charming story.
It involves Robert, the Flute Nose, and his apprentice and thief, Laura. Together, they investigate the disappearance of the wind that powers Asposia.
The Inner World earned itself a Silver Award in our review, in which we described it as "a charming and inventive game." One that "will appeal to ardent fans of mid-'90s point-and-click adventures."
The problems we identified with it that prevent it from utter greatness, though, are: "Clumsy translations, overlong conversations, and technical hitches".
So, by now, you should know if you're interested in The Inner World or not. If you are, you can pick it up on Google Play [buy] for £3.49 / $4.99.
It's probably worth noting that this price is significantly higher than the £1.99 / $2.99 asking price on iOS.
Unless, I'm missing something, there doesn't seem to be any reason for the price difference, either.