Inua: A Story in Ice and Time is a game that focuses on the lives of three people in three different periods, Inuit beliefs, and the true story of a tragic expedition. All of this is shown by point-and-click game mechanics that are common in adventure games. It was made by The Pixel Hunt, IKO, and Arte France. Some of the people who worked on it also made the experimental videos Vignettes and Bury Me, my Love.
A BEAUTIFUL POLAR BEAR WAS KILLED, AND THREE CHARACTERS’ LIVES CHANGED TO SAVE NATURE.
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful polar bear named Nanarluk. Three people wanted to show how much better they were than Nanarluk, so they decided to hunt her down. But killing the bear upset the way things worked in nature. As the soul of Nanarluk, we must now get the world back to the way it should be. To do this, we change the lives of three characters, Peter, Simon, and Mystery, who live in different times more than 100 years apart.
EXPLORING INUIT MYTHOLOGY AND TRAGEDY OF FRANKLIN EXPEDITION IN A MYSTERY GAME.
In this book, you can find references to Inuit mythology as well as bits and pieces about real events, like the famous Franklin expedition of the 19th century, which ended in tragedy for everyone involved. By gathering different clues and hints in the game, we are also trying to find out what happened and why.
POINT-AND-CLICK GAME LETS YOU CHANGE THE PAST AND SHAPE THE PRESENT.
We are primarily a point-and-click adventure game where, in addition to solving puzzles, we can change things that happened in the past and see how they affect the present. There are different parts to the game. Each one is about a single place, but it shows that place at different times.
UNIQUE 3D GAME WITH A SOUNDTRACK REVIEWED.
A 3D game with a unique soundtrack is the star of our review. It’s important to note that when making the game, the creators were influenced by the beliefs of the Inuit and worked with Inuit artists and authors to stay as true to those beliefs as possible.
A STORY IN ICE AND TIME
Inua: A Story in Ice and Time is a point-and-click adventure game that takes you on a magical trip to the Canadian Far North. It takes place at different times and places. Meet Tana, a reporter from the present day who wants to find out what happened to the ship Terror, which was part of the Franklin expedition that went to the Arctic in the 1800s. Her fate is mysteriously linked to that of Peter, a young filmmaker covering a military expedition in the 1950s, and Simon, a sailor on the Franklin expedition who is trying to keep his crew alive. You can move through time to find out what links them. Look for ideas, put them in the minds of the characters, and lead them to Nanurluk, a mythical polar bear who lived 10,000 years ago.
ADVENTURE THROUGH TIME AND SPACE IN INUA!
Go on an adventure in the far north of Canada, travel through time, and change the present by interacting with the past. In Inua, you must figure out how space and time work to solve mysteries and help the characters get where they need to go. Move from scene to scene and period to period to find out what happened in the past and find new ideas that affect how the characters think. Help Simon, Peter, and Tana get past the problems in their way and change the way history goes.
EXPLORE THE MYSTERY OF THE FRANKLIN EXPEDITION IN INUA’S SUPERNATURAL PLOT!
Inua’s original and supernatural plot is based on a true story: the Franklin expedition, a 19th-century British mission to explore the Arctic that ended in shipwreck, disease, and mutiny. Most of what happened to this expedition is still a mystery. Find clues and learn about its history!
A FANTASY GAME BASED ON REAL INUIT STORIES AND LEGENDS
Inua: A Story in Ice and Time is a fantasy story based on amazing real-life events. An amazing story based on Inuit stories and legends, with help from Inuit writer Thomassie Mangiok and advisors Billy Gauthier and Monica Ittusardjuat. A game made by the people who made Bury Me, My Love, and Vignettes. The story was written by Nathalie Frassoni and Frédéric Bouvier, and Delphine Fourneau from the Klondike collective did an amazing job with the art.