Never Alone is an upcoming 2.5D platformer that we probably should have covered a little more leading up to its release.

If you’ve never heard of the game, you can read the official description of the game just below:

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is the first game developed in collaboration with the Iñupiat, an Alaska Native people. Nearly 40 Alaska Native elders, storytellers and community members contributed to the development of the game. Play as a young Iñupiat girl and an arctic fox as they set out to find the source of the eternal blizzard which threatens the survival of everything they have ever known.

Guide both characters in single-player mode or play cooperatively with a friend or family member as you trek through frozen tundra, leap across treacherous ice floes, swim through underwater ice caverns, and face numerous enemies both strange and familiar in the journey to save the girl’s village.

In this atmospheric puzzle platformer, you will explore awe-inspiring environments, perform heroic deeds, and meet legendary characters from Iñupiaq stories — all narrated by a master storyteller in the spoken Iñupiaq language.

The game looks absolutely beautiful and truly unique in a over-saturated landscape of 2.5D platformers this generation. You can check out the launch trailer for the game just below.

Never Alone will be releasing on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 18th. We’ll be sure to nab a copy and throw up some gameplay footage and a review of it for you.

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Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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  1. I absolutely suck at platformers. but this looks simply stunning. And given its creation and the cultural content it will have, it is definitely something I want to check out. I don’t think most folks even realize just how rich and diverse humanity is. So many cultures, languages, tribes, customs. I am looking forward to seeing this Iñupiat tale.

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