Skyward Journey

4.6
933 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Gather lost birds, draw wind currents to guide them, and lead them on their long journey home...

• Intuitive, one-touch gameplay - anyone can play!
• A relaxed, zen-like experience with some thought-provoking surprises
• Beautiful, interactive audio by renowned musician, Jeff van Dyck
• 15-30 min average play time - or stay as long as you'd like!

'Skyward Journey' is a reflective, art-game by Dan Vogt - games industry veteran and creator of 'DATA WING'
Updated on
Aug 3, 2021

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4.6
933 reviews
A Google user
February 21, 2019
It's an art-game, with all the pros and cons that entails. Overall, it's very relaxing. I played it at night and quickly fell asleep. It's visually pleasing and the music is delightful. The soundtracks in Vogt's games always impress. You draw wind currents to guide birds into people on islands. The people release more birds representing regrets. The direction that you draw changes the music notes that play. At the end of each level, regrets submitted anonymously online are displayed.
27 people found this review helpful
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Elora Weidenhamer
December 12, 2021
A wonderful, serene game. The gameplay is great, as long as you don't expect some grand story arc. Four stars because I felt the zen mode was a little lackluster, I would have preferred more little people instead of bubbles. That and there's not much of a reward for collecting all the bubbles from the elders. Other than those things I loved the game. Just... have the right mindset. The goal isn't to complete anything. The goal is to make little people happy and think a little. <3
26 people found this review helpful
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Gear
July 9, 2020
I can't continue. Its a sad experience. A good one at that. Simple. Other opinions on this describe it well. All I want to say. Is this is an amazing game. Data wing is also good. I've looked at this and never played. Until now. I only chose to play because I thought years ago. That data wing would be just a small fun game. But it has an underlying story. So after completing data wing. Again and again. I looked at this and played...no regrets on playing it. Pun. Intended.
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What's new

- Added 64-bit support!