A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
А carnivorous worm simulator with an innovative control system and a charming atmosphere full of creepy crawly cannibalism.
- A tactical combat system, allowing worms to tear each other to pieces.
- Elements of the 'Eat or Run' genre: everything in the game is growing, eating or being eaten.
- A control system imitating the movement of reptiles: worms must wriggle to move!
Swallowing all on their path, worms grow and can eat bigger prey, but lose manoeuvrability. The world of Insatia is severe: try to take one bite too many, and you might just end up losing your tail!
The plot takes place within the walls of Professor Pokrovsky's laboratory, where he breeds various kinds of creatures with help from his assistants, Bob and Pinny.
During the game you will be able to control the creatures in the lab during different experiments. Usually you will be a worm, but sometimes you take on the role of the prey...
|Published||1 year ago|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Tags||Arcade, Atmospheric, Cute, Experimental, Short, snake, Top-Down, Violent, weird, worm|
|Average duration||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Mouse, XBox 360 controllers, Gamepad (any)|
|Accessibility||Configurable controls, Interactive tutorial|
- Windows 7 or higher
- DirectX 11 or higher
- Reasonably recent 64 or 32 bit distribution
- OpenGL 3.2 or higher
How to run on Linux:
- unpack the downloaded .zip
- in graphical shell: open game folder and double-click Insatia
- OR type in bash shell:
- Running on 32 or 64 bit Intel CPU
- Tested on Sierra and El Capitan, but probably works on some previous OSes too
How to run on macOS:
We recommend to use itch.io app for downloading and running Insatia on macOS. If you didn't use itch.io client and downloaded and unpacked the zip manually from website, macOS security system may prevent you from launching the game, saying that it's from unidentified developer. That's true: we haven't obtained Apple's development certificate yet. You may allow Insatia to run via system's security settings, but it's easier to just use itch.io app.