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"Sky Star is full of art. Interactive meditation. 4/5" - [digi]
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.
Star Sky is not a game you play for hours on end. You play it, see what there is to discover and then play it as many times as you feel like. Then hopefully you will return and finish it at some point, in order to unlock the end. 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.
"The Story of a World isn’t a game based on trying to appeal to gamers the way modern developers do. There’s no unlockables, or “levels” per say, instead, The Story of a World is more of an experience that you can choose to keep coming back to whenever you’d like. In the end, The Story of a World isn’t going to be for everyone. If you appreciate art, and are even more excited about interactivity within it, then The Story of a World may be for you" - Indiegamemag
The Story of a World is an interactive piece of art. You are presented with an empty world where you choose what happens to it.
Depending on what you choose to add to the world, be it mountains, water, lifeforms or other, the world might evolve into something new. Explore the different ways to built the world in order to find the 18 goals.
"There seems to be a movement in the indie scene towards these very peaceful, gentle, Zen-like puzzle games. It’s like developers are deconstructing what a game is, reinventing what has traditionally been a very challenge-driven, competitive, high-pressure medium. Within that context, But to Paint a Universe succeeds admirably, and casual gamers could certainly do worse than pick it up." - Indiegamereviewer
A casual puzzle game, telling the story of a little girls struggle to restore a broken sky. Play through 5 different game modes, compete against yourself for high scores, and unlock the epilogue. Enjoy a wonderful aesthetical experience, and get lost in the world of But to Paint a Universe.
* Three different difficulties
* Original gameplay
* Relaxing atmosphere