Experience the epic journey of Nuna and Fox as they search for the source of an eternal blizzard that threatens the survival of everything they have ever known.
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Release Date: Nov 18, 2014

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“a charming, beautiful game”
Should You Play This Game? YES – Kotaku

“stunningly poignant - and quite brilliant.”
10/10 – Eurogamer

“​Never Alone has a message – but first and foremost it is a truly beautiful game.”
4.5/5 – Joystiq

About This Game

Experience the epic journey of Nuna and Fox as they search for the source of an eternal blizzard that threatens the survival of everything they have ever known.

Never Alone is an atmospheric puzzle platformer developed in collaboration with the Iñupiat, an Alaska Native people, drawn from a traditional story that has been shared across the generations.

Guide both characters in single-player mode or play cooperatively with a friend as you trek through frozen tundra, leap across treacherous ice floes, swim through underwater caverns and face enemies both strange and familiar. (NOTE: Local co-op play requires at least one Xbox 360 or equivalent game controller).

On over 75 "Best of 2014" lists and winner of "Best Debut Game" at the 2015 BAFTA Games Awards as well as "Game of the Year" and "Most Significant Impact" at the 2015 Games for Change Awards, nearly 40 Alaska Native elders, storytellers and community members contributed to the making of the game.

You'll 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.

Features



  • Play as both Nuna and Fox — Switch between the two companions at any time with one button press, or play side by side in local co-op mode, as you rely on the unique skills of each character to succeed in your quest. Nuna can climb ladders and ropes, move heavy obstacles, and throw her bola at targets to solve puzzles. Fox can fit through small areas that Nuna can't reach, scramble up walls, and jump to great heights.

  • Brave the harsh world of the Arctic — Run under, through, and atop the unstable structures of an abandoned coastal village. Explore the eerily quiet treetops of a mysterious, frozen forest. Brave the fierce winds of the eternal blizzard. Only with the aid of Helping Spirits will Nuna and Fox have any chance of survival in a land where survival seems impossible.

  • Unlock fascinating video insights — Elders, storytellers, and other members of the Alaska Native community share stories and wisdom about their culture, values and the amazing Arctic world encountered by players in over 30 minutes of interviews.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @ 2.2GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 240 GT or Radeon HD 6570
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 or equivalent gamepad required for local co-op
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.8 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 650 Ti or Radeon HD 7790
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 controller or equivalent recommended
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion)
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 series
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or equivalent gamepad required for local co-op. Gamepads may require third party driver.
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.10.2 (Yosemite) or newer
    • Processor: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Iris Pro
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or equivalent gamepad required for local co-op. Gamepads may require third party driver.
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 or later (64-bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @ 2.2GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 440 GT (1GB) or Radeon HD 6570 (2 GB)
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 or equivalent gamepad required for local co-op. 64-bit version of Linux is required to play.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Current version of SteamOS
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.8 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 650 Ti or Radeon HD 7790
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 controller or equivalent recommended
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Yossi Kohen
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Broken controls. Not suitable for single player.
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Ct. Gandhi
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
While it had a nice idea behind it, overall the games pacing and difficulty was ruined by the clunkiness of the controls and the glitches (thankfully it has very forgiving checkpints so +1 for that), maybe that might be better with two players though.

If you can see past that then it's a fun game but you might start getting frustrated later on by the responsiveness of some mechanics.

I do appreciate the effort they went to with the cultural accuracy however, 10/10 for that.

One sidenote: Replacing the fox with that bloody teenager in a fox hoodie has to be one of the weirdest ideas I've seen, people like the fox because it's cute, adding that boy into it made it into almost some weird love interest.
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Jeckyll'n'Hyde
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Pleasant for a while but I became a bit bored with it's pacing and simplicity. Some minor glitches distract from the stroy which just doesn't have the emotional punch to compare it to the likes of Brothers, Limbo or Ori.
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Shahid0317
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Very fun game! Finished it with my little brother with the splitscreen option, we both enjoyed it very much. The DLC is great and extra videos about the chapters are great to look at and lets you learn more about their beautiful culture.
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Silvashadow
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Never Alone is such a beautiful little platformer based on insightful folklore and fascinating storytelling. Playing through it, I was captured by the story and actively looked for the owls to unlock short clips that peeked into the interesting life/culture of the iñupiaq people.

Gameplay time!
Playing single player is probably harder than playing co-op due to the A.I's clumsiness in some areas and positioning in others so your experience would likely be more enjoyable with a friend. That said, if you can get through the frustration from the A.I this game is quite enjoyable. The puzzles are relatively easy, the environment is interesting, the graphics are simple but still nice, and the story (and it's insights) is truly a work of art.

Keep in mind this game is mostly a narrative so the gameplay is slow paced. There are some occasional bugs in the game but nothing terrible that a simple restart of the checkpoint/game can't fix. The A.I controls the character you don't play and can sometimes get itself killed, stuck, or wondering away from the place you want it to stay. You may have to micromanage a little.

The overall play time is quite short, but I took my time to explore and enjoy the environment. The DLC however is incredibly short, going on a very short story separate to the main storyline. As short as it was, the puzzles in it were nice and the concept of the story quite intriguing. This game would be even better with more story driven DLCs.

I recommend Never Alone if you love story/culture driven games. However I don't think it's quite worth the $15 price tag simply because it's a little too short.


*** That fox is so darn adorable, the devs created it with superb emotion that really makes you feel what that character goes through during play.
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▷ ジェームズ ◁
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Great atmosphere, great soundtrack, great game.
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𝑽𝒂𝒂𝒏
16.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Interesting Indie game! In this game you will learn about the culture, tradition and iñupiaq style life(It's like an documentary).

Pros:
+Story
+Graphics
+Good gameplay
+Good soundtrack
+Good puzzles

Cons:
-Bugs
-Glitches

9.8/10
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Archival
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
I've just finished this game with my GF. We enjoyed it quite much, although the game was way too short. We've finished it in somewhat around 3 hours. Despite that fact the game is beautiful, magical and worth giving it a shot ;)
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PapaBrain
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
The artwork and story-telling is incredible, but I glitched on platform edges too many times for a game whose sole gameplay is platforming. I had no desire to even try the Foxtales levels expansion that came with the purchase. The art and story content would make for a better animated short film than a video game.
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Bold Impression
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
A couple years ago during a Steam Sale, I purchased two games against my better judgment. That is, according to some negative reviews I had read, I probably should not have bought them. But I personally felt they had potential and were worth giving a shot. One of them exceeded my expectations more than I could have ever possibly imagined. The other…did not. The former I will review at a later date. The latter is Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna).

To start on the positive: the main reason I decided to give Never Alone a chance was because of the setting. In real life, I absolutely love everything about Native American culture, people, and even religion. In the world of video games, these elements have rarely ever been explored. This almost ingenious tapping of unused, fresh, and exciting material is Never Alone’s biggest strength. The completeness and wholeheartedness that Never Alone embraces its focal point really clicks with me. I love the legend-esque story, the way it is told, (by an Inupiaq elder), and the cave drawing-like animations that accompany it. The subtitles and translations of the elder are a little awkward, but not terrible. I also love all the documentary extras, and genuinely wanted to unlock and watch each one.

Aside from the setting, almost every other part of Never Alone struggles at least partially. The models, environments, and visual effects are all passable, but not noteworthy. Some of the level designs have interesting moments, but the puzzle designs don’t do anything we haven’t seen before. Part of this is due to the fact that Nuna’s Bola, her “weapon” and tool that allows her to shoot objects and orbs (that summon spirits) in the environment, isn’t interesting enough in it’s own right, and the game never asks the player to use it in any interesting ways. The spirits are the best parts of the overall design of the game, but their help usually turns into hindrance due to the poor platforming controls. Seeing spirits that you must jump between is a disheartening sight. Seeing a spirit Nuna must climb like a ladder is groan-inducing. Trying to get Nuna to jump to a platform FROM a ladder spirit (or vice-versa) is absolutely infuriating.

Poor controls and puzzle design are probably the worst criticisms that a puzzle/platformer could ever deal with, but those complaints I have about Never Alone are not the games’ worst fault.

A big part of Never Alone is being able to switch between Nuna and her companion in order to solve puzzles. Unless you are playing with another human, the game’s A.I. controls whichever character you are not. I’m going to give the developers the benefit of a doubt that Never Alone was developed primarily with couch co-op in mind, because the A.I. in this game is some of the worst I have ever seen. I frequently set up one character for his or her role in the puzzle, then swapped to the other…only to have the A.I. character start moving away. Swapping back to rein in him or her would make the now A.I. character move away. The A.I. character also has the extremely nasty habit of getting him/herself killed or stuck on the environment. The latter results in frustrating babysitting, the former in many unnecessary deaths.

It only took me about 3 hours to finish Never Alone. I know in my mind that is an extremely short length for a video game, even an indie game. Sometimes I wonder if my play through would have been even shorter if my A.I. companion had not been so stupid. But because of that, and the poor controls, 3 hours felt like an absolutely eternity. In all fairness, Upper One did release a patch for Never Alone in an attempt to address some of these issues. Unfortunately, however, I did not notice much of a difference, and the issues still remain. Unless you are going to play this game with a human partner, the bad outweighs the good here--and I cannot, in good conscience, recommend this game. Even then, you both are going to grapple with the poor controls, which may end up being worse than an A.I. partner.

Kisima Ingitchuna, the Inupiaq translation of the game's title, translates to “I am not alone.” In both the game and real life, this is a very special idea. Although the ultimate plot of the game revolves around Nuna saving her village from danger, the moral of this legend is that, as we live our lives and overcome obstacles, we are never truly alone. Much like how Nuna is surrounded by the Helping Spirits and her faithful companion throughout her adventure, in real life, we too are surrounded by our friends and, perhaps, even the spirits of those who have gone before. But if my friends and companions were as incompetent as the ones “helping” Nuna on her journey, I would much rather take my chances on mine… alone.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
20.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
a nice and cute little indie platforming game and really well done too (its like playing a little documentary about iñupiaq people and their life style) .
-plot : from what i understand ,the stroy is from an iñupiaq folklore ( represented also in iñupiaq drawing art style) about a girl and her spiritual fox pet trying to find the source of a blizzard that is destroying here village and stop it (life lesson ) narrated by an older in iñupiaq language + they also added around 30 short videos about the iñupiaq life style and their culture .
-graphics : beautiful 2.5D/3D sceneries , most of the time its just ice and water but still looks amazing and the characters are really cute specially the fox .
-gameplay : as any platform game , you need to jump, climb and solve little puzzle to advance in the story but this time the devs added new stuff like using the wind to jump long distances and using sprites to show you the way and creating new paths for you (with the help of the fox) , their 2 main characters , the girl nona and the fox and you have to switch between them constantly in order to advance in co op mod it would be fun but playing with AI isn't that great cause sometimes you need to be quick to solve a puzzle but the fox or the girl (AI mod) don react fast or just froze and you die or sometimes you need one of them to move or to stay still but then don't do it and you die too , good thing there is a lot of checkpoints so you don't have to start all over again .
- the only voice acting is for the narrator and its in iñupiaq language witch is a huge plus , the B.O is good too .
-didn't face any bug or glitches except for the AI , wasn't really a pain but still bothers me in some levels ( that's why they insisted on co op ) .
-19 story related achievements ( very easy to get them by just playing the game) + 4 for the dlc ( also story related)
-steam trading cards also
cute and fun game to play + you learn some good stuff about the iñupiaq people however the dlc was boring compare to the main game in my opinion so wait for sale to get them both
8/10
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 27
A flawed gem

I... I seriously don't know what to make of this game. I wanted to like it, I really did, but perhaps, just perhaps, I expected it to be something it was never meant to be in the first place. It certainly has a lot of good will in it, that's for sure – but does it make for a fun game? It's a co-op experience, but does it compliment it? It has a unique (culturally) story, but does it work?

Let's try breaking it down into what's good (+) and what's bad (-).

The breakdown

(+) Really nice graphics. Although the full effect is reached by having a fairly simple geometry (it's mostly snow and water, but the water looks really great) covered in a generous amount of blur and bloom, it does create an atmospheric eye-pleasing image.
(+) Great premise. A game based on genuine eskimo stories? Count me in!
(+) Cute protagonists. Yes, I just listed that as a pro.
(+) Some decent mechanics. Although they are often misused or not implied clearly enough. No one wants their hand held, but come on, you can't just invent a completely new puzzle type 5/6 into the game and expect it to be figured out instantly, which is a cause for frustration.
(+) Nice narration. Genuine eskimo narrator, how neat is that? But, despite the claim in the extra footage that eskimo stories were like movies, the narrative is not movie-like, not by a long-shot.
(+) Nice extras/collectibles. It gives away a certain educational vibe, but the extras, which are picked up as collectibles in the game, are actually documentary shorts (24 one-to-two minute pieces in the main game, and 5 more in the DLC). They are missable, however, and the game weirdly does not encourage you to seek any hidden areas, so I missed about 6-7 shorts total, and I had no desire to replay the whole game in order to find them.

(-) Game is really short. Judge it as you will – it could be seen as an advantage in a game like this, but there certainly could've been room for more story. It's barely 3 hours long, +1 hour max for the DLC.
(-) Story is very bare-bones. The story is akin to the myths of how things came to be, such as old ethnic mythos of how sun came to be etc. That doesn't necessarily translate to a satisfying story. Don't look for motivations in some events that happen here. Some could enjoy it, I, however, didn't.
(-) Game is buggy. It could slip past your eyes, but we played it co-op, and encountered quite a few geometry bugs, bugged spawn points skipping whole sections of game after dying etc.
(-) Collectibles are missable. Reminds a lot of Deadlight in that regard... You'd want that extra content, because finally for once the extras are great, but you're not willing to go through the increasingly exhausting game for them. So you just YouTube them.
(-) DLC is poor. It's short and underdeveloped, it doesn't utilize mechanics from the main game enough, and it has a really bad ratio of new environments to playtime you spend in them. You just get stuck in a screen-size room, only to move on to a similar screen-sized room meters away.

So, is it worth it?

As a part of a bundle? Yes. As a huge, 75-90% discount? Yes. Full price? I would never pay full price for a game like this, I just couldn't.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
After playing Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons i decided to pick up this game and hoped to be amazed again...

Well i was blown away by the atmosphere, the adorable girl and her cute fox.

However i can't say anything about the story because that would spoil the whole game experience right away and i want you to experience that on your own.

After all this game is fairly short but definitely worth the money for the experience alone.


In case you just wanna see how the game is before you even buy it well view my video and i hope you enjoy it.


NOTE: Only watch the video if you don't mind to get a little story spoiled.

https://youtu.be/h1mPAGhMz2s

Rate: 8.5/10
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 19
The game has incredible artwork and storytelling and is certainly a work of art. However, I struggled to actually play it because of the glitches in the game, such as your companion/AI/NPC/whatever you want to call it dying by not jumping (or somehing similar) causing you to have to replay levels over and over again. Not fun. I really wanted to like it, but it was simply too annoying to have to deal with such glitches.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
A nice smooth story telling and a wonderful gameplay.. :)
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 11
I've encountered quite a bit of glitching....and the game play can be kind of slow sometimes. It's really hard to play it on single player sometimes due to the computer jumping off the ledge when I don't want it to. I couldn't tell whether it was a glitch, but I couldn't get the fox to jump from the water to the ledge, causing me to get stuck on the level. The game is really lovely, and the art and story is beautiful, but I have to say the gameplay does get on my nerves at time
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 18
Product received for free
This game is great and has a nice storyline but its filled with loads of bugs and glitches which makes it unplayable, theres lots of graphical glitches and at one point ive fallen out of the map.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
A couple years ago during a Steam Sale, I purchased two games against my better judgment. That is, according to some negative reviews I had read, I probably should not have bought them. But I personally felt they had potential and were worth giving a shot. One of them exceeded my expectations more than I could have ever possibly imagined. The other…did not. The former I will review at a later date. The latter is Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna).

To start on the positive: the main reason I decided to give Never Alone a chance was because of the setting. In real life, I absolutely love everything about Native American culture, people, and even religion. In the world of video games, these elements have rarely ever been explored. This almost ingenious tapping of unused, fresh, and exciting material is Never Alone’s biggest strength. The completeness and wholeheartedness that Never Alone embraces its focal point really clicks with me. I love the legend-esque story, the way it is told, (by an Inupiaq elder), and the cave drawing-like animations that accompany it. The subtitles and translations of the elder are a little awkward, but not terrible. I also love all the documentary extras, and genuinely wanted to unlock and watch each one.

Aside from the setting, almost every other part of Never Alone struggles at least partially. The models, environments, and visual effects are all passable, but not noteworthy. Some of the level designs have interesting moments, but the puzzle designs don’t do anything we haven’t seen before. Part of this is due to the fact that Nuna’s Bola, her “weapon” and tool that allows her to shoot objects and orbs (that summon spirits) in the environment, isn’t interesting enough in it’s own right, and the game never asks the player to use it in any interesting ways. The spirits are the best parts of the overall design of the game, but their help usually turns into hindrance due to the poor platforming controls. Seeing spirits that you must jump between is a disheartening sight. Seeing a spirit Nuna must climb like a ladder is groan-inducing. Trying to get Nuna to jump to a platform FROM a ladder spirit (or vice-versa) is absolutely infuriating.

Poor controls and puzzle design are probably the worst criticisms that a puzzle/platformer could ever deal with, but those complaints I have about Never Alone are not the games’ worst fault.

A big part of Never Alone is being able to switch between Nuna and her companion in order to solve puzzles. Unless you are playing with another human, the game’s A.I. controls whichever character you are not. I’m going to give the developers the benefit of a doubt that Never Alone was developed primarily with couch co-op in mind, because the A.I. in this game is some of the worst I have ever seen. I frequently set up one character for his or her role in the puzzle, then swapped to the other…only to have the A.I. character start moving away. Swapping back to rein in him or her would make the now A.I. character move away. The A.I. character also has the extremely nasty habit of getting him/herself killed or stuck on the environment. The latter results in frustrating babysitting, the former in many unnecessary deaths.

It only took me about 3 hours to finish Never Alone. I know in my mind that is an extremely short length for a video game, even an indie game. Sometimes I wonder if my play through would have been even shorter if my A.I. companion had not been so stupid. But because of that, and the poor controls, 3 hours felt like an absolutely eternity. In all fairness, Upper One did release a patch for Never Alone in an attempt to address some of these issues. Unfortunately, however, I did not notice much of a difference, and the issues still remain. Unless you are going to play this game with a human partner, the bad outweighs the good here--and I cannot, in good conscience, recommend this game. Even then, you both are going to grapple with the poor controls, which may end up being worse than an A.I. partner.

Kisima Ingitchuna, the Inupiaq translation of the game's title, translates to “I am not alone.” In both the game and real life, this is a very special idea. Although the ultimate plot of the game revolves around Nuna saving her village from danger, the moral of this legend is that, as we live our lives and overcome obstacles, we are never truly alone. Much like how Nuna is surrounded by the Helping Spirits and her faithful companion throughout her adventure, in real life, we too are surrounded by our friends and, perhaps, even the spirits of those who have gone before. But if my friends and companions were as incompetent as the ones “helping” Nuna on her journey, I would much rather take my chances on mine… alone.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Never Alone is such a beautiful little platformer based on insightful folklore and fascinating storytelling. Playing through it, I was captured by the story and actively looked for the owls to unlock short clips that peeked into the interesting life/culture of the iñupiaq people.

Gameplay time!
Playing single player is probably harder than playing co-op due to the A.I's clumsiness in some areas and positioning in others so your experience would likely be more enjoyable with a friend. That said, if you can get through the frustration from the A.I this game is quite enjoyable. The puzzles are relatively easy, the environment is interesting, the graphics are simple but still nice, and the story (and it's insights) is truly a work of art.

Keep in mind this game is mostly a narrative so the gameplay is slow paced. There are some occasional bugs in the game but nothing terrible that a simple restart of the checkpoint/game can't fix. The A.I controls the character you don't play and can sometimes get itself killed, stuck, or wondering away from the place you want it to stay. You may have to micromanage a little.

The overall play time is quite short, but I took my time to explore and enjoy the environment. The DLC however is incredibly short, going on a very short story separate to the main storyline. As short as it was, the puzzles in it were nice and the concept of the story quite intriguing. This game would be even better with more story driven DLCs.

I recommend Never Alone if you love story/culture driven games. However I don't think it's quite worth the $15 price tag simply because it's a little too short.


*** That fox is so darn adorable, the devs created it with superb emotion that really makes you feel what that character goes through during play.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
16.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Interesting Indie game! In this game you will learn about the culture, tradition and iñupiaq style life(It's like an documentary).

Pros:
+Story
+Graphics
+Good gameplay
+Good soundtrack
+Good puzzles

Cons:
-Bugs
-Glitches

9.8/10
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