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James Recommends Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), an educational game that creates a lovely, moving, and fun platformer inspired by the beliefs of an Alaska Native tribe. The optional videos unlocked through gameplay invite the player to learn more about the world of the Inupiat tribe through short films in the style of a National Geographic or PBS documentary. In this tradtionally narrated retelling of an old legend, a young girl and her mystic arctic fox companion seek the aid of the spirits on a quest to discover why an endless blizzard that threatens her people.
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