Mirror's Edge-like A Story About My Uncle out this month

No violence in this fantastical swinging adventure.

A Story About My Uncle - a first-person platformer a bit like Mirror's Edge - now has a release date: 28th May on Steam.

Specifically, this is a non-violent adventure about a boy searching for his uncle and ending up in a fantastical world he would never have believed existed. Gameplay is based on swinging around using a kind of magical grappling hook.

The developer is young Swedish studio Gone North Games, and this its first game. It's being published by Goat Simulator company Coffee Stain.

Enough talk - here's a new trailer.

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