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Windows, Mac
Engine
Unity
Developer & Publisher
Moment Studio
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Genre
Platformer

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7.6

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Skylight is a first-person platform jumping journey with randomly generated levels and music. Skylight combines a simple platform jumping mechanic with a changing world and ever-changing audio. You'll need to navigate increasingly sparse platforms and dimming light conditions. Levels are randomly generated for near-infinite variation, and a randomly generated soundtrack accompanies you, slowly building up as you travel, and different every time.

Skylight Released on Desura

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Skylight Released on Desura

A first-person platform jumping journey with randomly generated levels and music.

Oct 9, 2012 News
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kalirion
kalirion Oct 11 2013, 11:34pm said:

Many hours in this game, and I still haven't managed to beat the first level. Best try by far - 74%...

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AdamHarte
AdamHarte Oct 9 2012, 11:09pm said:

Awesome game with a great atmosphere!

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JPH
JPH Oct 9 2012, 10:27pm said:

I bought the game and I can only seem to play the demo version. Is that all that's out right now or am I having problems?

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Nition
Nition Oct 9 2012, 10:57pm replied:

It should be working. I think the way Desura works is the full version kind of overwrites the demo. You should be able to go to your play screen and right-click on Skylight, and there's some sort of option to upgrade I think. But I'm pretty new to Desura myself. Tell me if you really can't get the full version and I'll try to sort something out.

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JPH
JPH Oct 9 2012, 11:27pm replied:

That did it! Thanks. I can play the full game now.

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Nition
Nition Oct 9 2012, 11:37pm replied:

Awesome.

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m0p
m0p Aug 18 2014, 3:21am replied:

I'm 'a bit' late with this, but maybe someone else down the line will find it useful - it's likely due to a plugged-in gamepad, they often cause these kind of issues. Had the same thing; unplug the pad, restart the game and it should be fixed.

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Nition
Nition Aug 18 2014, 4:27am replied:

Thanks, yeah, I've discovered that myself in the intervening two years. :) I identify with this post because I'm also the sort of person that resurrects ancient threads to provide the answer that no-one ever got.

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m0p
m0p Aug 21 2014, 11:55pm replied:

I blame the programmers itch to close any open issues, and the ever-growing backlog syndrome, causing people (or me at least) to play games years after first acquiring/noticing them ;)
Desura's messy comment paging ruins the effect though, I must say.

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Nition
Nition Aug 22 2014, 12:20am replied:

For me it's the years of finding threads that start with someone describing my problem and end with either nothing or "never mind, I fixed it myself."

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