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Never Alone - Kisima Ingitchuna
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"Foxtales, like Never Alone, presents native culture far beyond igloos and powwows—in large part because Iñupiat elders provided feedback on the game throughout the development process," says Charley Locke of WIRED​. "But those elders weren’t a mere focus group; as part of the first indigenous-owned videogame company in the US, they were executives overseeing the process itself."

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That feeling when you start playing brand new DLC. #FridayFoxes #FF
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Friday Fox's face when he heard he still needs to make it through the weekend before Foxtales launches. #FridayFoxes #FF
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Foxtales, the first expansion to Never Alone, will be available on Steam, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on July 28th. It was an incredible opportunity to explore one of the many Alaska Native stories we weren’t able to include in the original release. Read more below!

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"Not only is [Never Alone] genuinely unique interactive entertainment of the finest sort, it is also a deeply enjoyable learning experience. Which is not something we often see or play." - Patrick Shaw of DroidGamers​

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Hey, I just met you.
And this is crazy.
It's #FridayFoxes.
And I'm on a lady.
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Spring has come to the Arctic in “Never Alone: Foxtales,” the first expansion to Never Alone. Rejoin Nuna and Fox in a brand new adventure on July 28th!
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"Never Alone is without a doubt one of the most charming games we’ve played. And not only that, the gameplay in this puzzle-platformer – both in single-player mode and when played with a friend in co-op – turns out to be a genuinely joyous learning experience." - PCGamesN​

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Friday? Friday! #FF #FridayFoxes #awwyiss
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"That, is what Never Alone really means. Looking back, I'm still stunned that a game like Never Alone exists. In the age of rehashes, rereleases, and countless sequels, it's amazing to me that an original game based on the tales on an Alaskan Native tribe ever saw a release." - Daniel Starkey, Polygon
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