- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Action, Adventure
- Release Date
Wii U eShop
- 10th Sep 2015, £3.60
- 10th Sep 2015, $4.00
- Star Sky
- Also Available On
- Switch eShop
The sky, the stars and the B button
Star Sky is not a video game. Well, not in the usual sense at least. It is described as being "similar to an interactive poem", something to experience rather than something to play - and that's a perfect description. There aren't many games that make you feel like lying down, grabbing a box of chocolates and...
About The Game
Take a walk through a starlit field. Uncover secrets of the world around you.
Star Sky is not a game for everyone. It is a slow-paced game of exploring different choices. There are secrets to unlock, and for those who make it to the end, there is alot of interesting things to reflect about. It is also a peaceful experience and a game about enjoying the ambience the world around you can provide. Make the choices, watch what happens, unlock the secret.
The game is meant to be a relaxing and ambient experience focusing on creating a soothing atmosphere rather than intense gameplay. It is similar to an interactive poem. A poem that has several endings and allow you to explore different scenarios. It is important that you take your time and allow yourself to feel the game as you play it.
Just bought it and........ I dont really know what to make of it.
I do admire the creators ambitions about small choices effecting the outcome and it is quite cheap. But at the same time, it is way to small to really give an impact... for me, it rather questions the term "game" more than any story-driven/atmospheric game has ever done to me.
Id say 5/10. You bearly get what you pay for, but honestly, I would pay for more, to get more.
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