Ben Esposito's "Kachina"
Ben Esposito's "Kachina" (which I gather is still in development) was designated as a 2012 Official Selection. Here's a screenshot from the website:
Kachina is a physics-based toy that evokes Katamari Damacy's sense of order & scale mixed with Windowill's childlike wonder. Drawing as readily from Hopi folklore as it does Bruce Springsteen, Kachina invites you to play with the creatures and artifacts of North American mythology.
Looking at the video of the game, there seems to be no Native content besides the teepee and totem pole. No kachinas, which is good, since the Hopi undoubtedly would object. No other artifacts. Maybe a couple of animals.
Basically, it looks like there's no justification for the "Kachina" name. Or for the summary implying the game has substantial Native content. The Native concept appears to be a gimmick to make the game seem more educational and meaningful than it really is.
For more on Native video games, see Assassin Creed 3's Mohawk Origin and Evolution Video Game Features Lakota.