Aspire: Ina's Tale is out now on the Nintendo Switch eShop

Aspire: Ina's Tale from Untold Tales and Wondernaut Studio, is out now on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

This title is also on sale at 25% off, making it £8.76 until 16/01/2022 from its original price of £11.69, when it launched on 17/12/2021 just over a week ago.

Press release...

Untold Tales and Wondernaut Studio have released the evocative yet delicately twisted Aspire: Ina’s Tale. The game is out now on Steam, Epic Games Store, Nintendo Switch and Xbox.

Trapped in perpetual slumber inside the cruel Tower that feeds off the dreams of its victims, one prisoner awakes. Lost inside the Tower’s inner chambers, the heroine Ina must now search for a way out. Along the way, she’ll traverse marvelous scenery, meet enigmatic characters, solve intuitive puzzles, and conquer platforming sequences as she comes closer to her goal - but farther from innocence.


  • Explore a Living Tower : Get lost in a mystical side-scrolling adventure through beautiful sprawling levels, each with their own distinct feel. Every region presents its own peculiarities to unravel.
  • Engaging Story: Ina's dreams shape reality while the Tower feeds. Hopes and imagination satiate its hunger. How are the two connected?
  • Meet the Tower Dwellers: Learn about the other denizens of the Tower as you search for the truth. Uncover their pasts, their memories, and set them free.
  • Control Spirits: Ina was trapped for a reason, and her powers resonate with the spirits that inhabit the Tower. Use them to manipulate objects, solve puzzles, reveal hidden passages, and navigate the environment to find your way out.

Launch trailer...

Here at N-Europe, we should have a full review of Aspire: Ina's Tale available to read on the main page soon.

Are you interested in playing Aspire: Ina's Tale? Does the narrative speak to you? Is the unique art style potentially drawing you in?

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