Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) Trailer, Screens, Info

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) Trailer, Screens, Info

An atmospheric puzzle-platformer of wondrous adventure, Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is about survival in a place where survival shouldn't be possible and exploration of what it means to be human

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News: Trailer Released for for Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) - May 12, 2014

Welcome to the top of the world, where nature challenges life in the extreme and death lies waiting in the cold. Here, you must explore the fantastical world of Iñupiaq stories to help a young girl named Nuna and her animal companion Fox save her people from an endless blizzard.

You must succeed or all is lost.

Upper One Games has paired world class game developers with Alaska Native storytellers and elders to create Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), a game based on stories that have been handed down for thousands of years. The game delves deeply into the traditional lore of the Iñupiat people to present an experience like no other.

An atmospheric puzzle platformer of wondrous adventure, Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is a game of survival in a place where survival shouldn't be possible; a game that opens a gateway to explore what it means to be human.

The experience of your life awaits...

Features:

  • 1- and 2-player modes, both involving cooperative play (in single-player mode, the player can switch between the roles of Nuna and Fox at any time)
  • 8 sweeping chapters that take players across treacherous ice floes, Arctic tundra, ice caves, boreal forests, cliff-built coastal villages, and more
  • Game story, settings, characters and gameplay inspired by traditional Iñupiaq folklore, including the story of Kunuuksaayuka (Koo-nook-sah-yoo-ka), handed down for generations among the Iñupiaq people
  • Encounters with traditional Alaska Native folklore characters such as Manslayer, Blizzard Man, Sky People, the Little People and the Rolling Heads
  • Exclusive unlockable insights into the Iñupiaq way of life, told by both Alaska Native elders and youth.
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