Startup developer Inevitable Studios has announced Always in Mind, which the development team describes as a “narrative-based action platformer in which players must escape their own mind using extraordinary powers gained from living out family stories from the past.” It’s in the works for PC, and a Kickstarter will be launching soon.
In Always in Mind, you play as Teddy, a 12-year-old boy who suffers an accident that leaves him in a coma. His only way out is “Proxy,” a long-dormant AI implant that will help him explore his own mind, discover advice and stories from his mother that he never knew, and implement her lessons through the interactive simulations constructed by Proxy in Teddy’s mind. Check out the first trailer above and the first screenshots in the gallery below.
“Always in Mind is our debut game and the product of our ambition to craft authentic, positive, and unique experiences that we feel the industry – and the world – need right now,” said Inevitable Studios founder and game director Cord Smith. “By blending powerful narrative themes with intuitive controls and deep action-oriented gameplay, we invite gamers of all skill levels to experience the mind-bending, heart-warming moments we hope they’ll discuss and cherish for years to come.”
IGN will have more on Always in Mind as development progresses.
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