Take a walk through the moonlit hills and explore the choices life has to offer. Uncover your destiny.
User reviews:
Overall:
Positive (11 reviews) - 81% of the 11 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 2, 2016

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Achievements

Achievements are currently only supported by the Windows version. There is also a bug with certain graphic cards that disable the overlay from showing (the achievements are still recorded).

About This Game

Explore the world around you, the magic that surrounds it. Learn the ways of the nature, the mountains and caves, snow-filled tundras and serene lakes. Uncover the different courses life can take.

Star Sky 2 is a personal experience, and a deeply atmospheric and meditative experience. Walk through the landscapes, interact with the environment and take notice as you go along. Explore the different roads presented and enjoy the sound and sights of the world.

In Star Sky 2 Mårten Jonsson continues the story set by the previous one, with a similar style of gameplay. There are more choices and most importantly, more consequences. Learn from the choices you make, and see the different paths a life can take, and the scenarios that unfold. The game is a slow experience meant as a way to get lost in your thoughts, to feel the game as you are playing, and most importantly, to simply relax.

Goodnight, and may you find what you're seeking beneath the stars.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP and up
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Built-in
    • Storage: 135 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Built-in
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX Lion
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Built-in
    • Storage: 347 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Built-in
    • Additional Notes: Slowdowns can occur if using a retina screen. rezise the window to compensate.
    Minimum:
    • OS: Tested on Ubuntu 15.04
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Built-in
    • Storage: 155 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Built-in
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Positive (11 reviews)
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Lacie
( 6.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
I haven't played the first game, so I'm not sure how this one compares. However, for a walking sim, it's not too bad. A bit short (not sure my actual gameplay hours since I had this up and running for a bit). It's a relaxing/easy game. I would definitely recommend buying it if you can catch it on sale or in a bundle!
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Luxin
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 23
I never played Star Sky 1 so this was all new to me. Star Sky 2 is like no other game I've played or seen before. Its concept of the player choosing their own path is wonderful and its story is so vague you can interpret it many different ways or at least that's what I got out of it. During my playthrough, I checked more than once whether it was windy or pouring rain outside my window because the ingame sounds are so well done I couldn't tell the difference. Overall, I had a blast playing Star Sky 2 and highly recommend this to anyone who wants a short relaxing experience. Seriously, it's really relaxing. It only has 3 controls; Up, Right, and Left on the arrow keys so you can lean back in your chair or lie down in bed with a laptop.
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Bechstein
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 22
The soothing night-time walking simulator is back, with more places to stroll through, more events to wait around and observe, and now you can play a left-walking lady in addition to Right-walking Reggy. Visual cues and hints have been added (and can be turned off for the hardcore night-walkers who don't need hints of where to stand), it's possible to return to the same place during the same session, and there is even a map which will highlight which paths you've already taken and what's still waiting for you. Some may think it's odd that I was giddy to play Star Sky 2 after the first one, but others will appreciate a very serene walking simulator like this, which is great for relaxing or a change of scenery.
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Bodomi
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
Like the first Star Sky game this is a very relaxing walking simulator to waste some time in, I look at this game as art more than a game as it contains no actual content.

If you experience ASMR I recommend this game, if you appreciate art in games I recommend this. It's a very beautiful walking simulator.

There's not much more to say, it's art in the form of a game, a walking simulator, it's relaxing, nice to play when you're a bit tired or bored to waste an hour on, it's also an easy target for achievements.

If you enjoy walking simulators I recommend it, if you liked the first Star Sky I recommend you buy this and vice versa.

There's absolutelly no reason to buy this game if you do not already enjoy Walking Simulators, you either love them or hate them, don't buy it if you haven't enjoyed previous Walking Simulators.
I don't enjoy racing games so I don't buy racing games.
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ignazius
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 29
Boring
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Warwick J.
( 120.5 hrs on record )
Posted: March 9
Mårten Jonsson has a wonderfully creative mind. His games tend to be polarizing as the Steam reviews on the original Star Sky attest. You either love the artistic flair that the games present or you feel as though you’re wasting your time because you simply cannot appreciate his art form for the beauty that it is. I am still developing my taste for art and as such part of the splendor that is Star Sky 2 is lost upon me. I think that it’s unfortunate because I know that it is there. To me a quarter of an hour spent within the game is an achievement fest. Let’s see how many I can unlock in the shortest time possible. The answer was 7 in about 11 minutes. That’s great for my Steam profile but sadly a lost opportunity to appreciate something beautiful. Ainslie, however, is a big fan of art. She’s also gifted enough to be able to press the left or right arrow key while appreciating the art that is on the screen and deft of hearing enough to listen out for music to tell her to stop a moment while the magic unfolds in front of her very eyes. Therefore because I know that she’ll be able to put into words her appreciation for Jonsson’s beautiful sequel to the original Star Sky I’ll present her another opportunity to share some little pearls.

AINSLIE’S LITTLE PEARLS

Like Warwick said I have a greater appreciation for art than what he does. With that being said I guess I did appreciate Star Sky 2 a little bit more than what he did. I don’t think that games as art generally sticks as being one game genre over another. I think all games can be viewed as art. What I liked about the game was the tranquility of the game. It is the type of game that I could come home and play a few minutes of after a rough day at work – I’m a nurse – and chill out with. That would be the greatest ambition for this game. It’s not really a game as much as it is a meditation simulator. The player doesn’t have to do too much just press one key and try out different sequences than what they have done in prior attempts with each sequence leading to a different achievement. I quite liked the the artwork but I preferred the soothing music that goes along with it.

If you’re wanting to play something that will help in your relaxation you should get Star Sky 2.

For similar reviews and our popular daily giveaways visit http://www.steamified.com/
Please feel free to join our wonderful community on Steam
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 6
Like the first Star Sky game this is a very relaxing walking simulator to waste some time in, I look at this game as art more than a game as it contains no actual content.

If you experience ASMR I recommend this game, if you appreciate art in games I recommend this. It's a very beautiful walking simulator.

There's not much more to say, it's art in the form of a game, a walking simulator, it's relaxing, nice to play when you're a bit tired or bored to waste an hour on, it's also an easy target for achievements.

If you enjoy walking simulators I recommend it, if you liked the first Star Sky I recommend you buy this and vice versa.

There's absolutelly no reason to buy this game if you do not already enjoy Walking Simulators, you either love them or hate them, don't buy it if you haven't enjoyed previous Walking Simulators.
I don't enjoy racing games so I don't buy racing games.
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
120.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 9
Mårten Jonsson has a wonderfully creative mind. His games tend to be polarizing as the Steam reviews on the original Star Sky attest. You either love the artistic flair that the games present or you feel as though you’re wasting your time because you simply cannot appreciate his art form for the beauty that it is. I am still developing my taste for art and as such part of the splendor that is Star Sky 2 is lost upon me. I think that it’s unfortunate because I know that it is there. To me a quarter of an hour spent within the game is an achievement fest. Let’s see how many I can unlock in the shortest time possible. The answer was 7 in about 11 minutes. That’s great for my Steam profile but sadly a lost opportunity to appreciate something beautiful. Ainslie, however, is a big fan of art. She’s also gifted enough to be able to press the left or right arrow key while appreciating the art that is on the screen and deft of hearing enough to listen out for music to tell her to stop a moment while the magic unfolds in front of her very eyes. Therefore because I know that she’ll be able to put into words her appreciation for Jonsson’s beautiful sequel to the original Star Sky I’ll present her another opportunity to share some little pearls.

AINSLIE’S LITTLE PEARLS

Like Warwick said I have a greater appreciation for art than what he does. With that being said I guess I did appreciate Star Sky 2 a little bit more than what he did. I don’t think that games as art generally sticks as being one game genre over another. I think all games can be viewed as art. What I liked about the game was the tranquility of the game. It is the type of game that I could come home and play a few minutes of after a rough day at work – I’m a nurse – and chill out with. That would be the greatest ambition for this game. It’s not really a game as much as it is a meditation simulator. The player doesn’t have to do too much just press one key and try out different sequences than what they have done in prior attempts with each sequence leading to a different achievement. I quite liked the the artwork but I preferred the soothing music that goes along with it.

If you’re wanting to play something that will help in your relaxation you should get Star Sky 2.

For similar reviews and our popular daily giveaways visit http://www.steamified.com/
Please feel free to join our wonderful community on Steam
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 23
I never played Star Sky 1 so this was all new to me. Star Sky 2 is like no other game I've played or seen before. Its concept of the player choosing their own path is wonderful and its story is so vague you can interpret it many different ways or at least that's what I got out of it. During my playthrough, I checked more than once whether it was windy or pouring rain outside my window because the ingame sounds are so well done I couldn't tell the difference. Overall, I had a blast playing Star Sky 2 and highly recommend this to anyone who wants a short relaxing experience. Seriously, it's really relaxing. It only has 3 controls; Up, Right, and Left on the arrow keys so you can lean back in your chair or lie down in bed with a laptop.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 3
I haven't played the first game, so I'm not sure how this one compares. However, for a walking sim, it's not too bad. A bit short (not sure my actual gameplay hours since I had this up and running for a bit). It's a relaxing/easy game. I would definitely recommend buying it if you can catch it on sale or in a bundle!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 22
The soothing night-time walking simulator is back, with more places to stroll through, more events to wait around and observe, and now you can play a left-walking lady in addition to Right-walking Reggy. Visual cues and hints have been added (and can be turned off for the hardcore night-walkers who don't need hints of where to stand), it's possible to return to the same place during the same session, and there is even a map which will highlight which paths you've already taken and what's still waiting for you. Some may think it's odd that I was giddy to play Star Sky 2 after the first one, but others will appreciate a very serene walking simulator like this, which is great for relaxing or a change of scenery.
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2 of 29 people (7%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny