REALLY BIG SKY! A super fast, twin analogue shooter for the modern age!
Way over in the big void of space live some aliens. They coveted [your planet] and would do anything to live there. So what's [your planet] to do? Yeah, blast through them all! Face off against waves of enemies, bosses, giant laser planets, blackholes, wormholes, massive lasers, planets and asteroids across 12 game modes!
Everything is procedurally generated from the way YOU play the game! From attack patterns, strength of bosses and enemies, pacing between waves and generosity of bonuses! Features a comprehensive statistics system to let you hone your mad laser skills.
Fast, Adaptive and Addictive Gameplay
12 Juicy, Full-fat Game Modes
Giant, Dynamic Bosses and 17 Enemy Types
Powerups, Perk system and the Friendly Mothership to help you out
Ultra Perks and Ultra Weapons for super post-game madness!
Smash through solid planets and asteroids. Cruise through gas giants
Narration from a cheeky cockney AI
Xbox 360 controller support
Library and Secret unlocks
Loads of events including Blackholes, Wormholes, Pandora Box, Panic Crashes, Warp Speed…
Gameplay-altering 'Cascade Events'
Online scoreboards - measure your awesomeness!
If you like arcade style gameplay, space and shooting things with a ship that can also drill through rock, because you need to. This is the game for you! Some games that might be share characteristics include, Geometry Wars Touhou "Bit Trip" Games, though Really Big Sky is not a rhythm game. This game can get extremely fast paced and uses "fancy graphics" to give you those particle effects. The user interface is very digital-esque. The game is essentially endless and uses a high-score system. I do not think most people can play it too much though since variety is very much limited to shooting things. The music is It can be a very stressful or relaxing game and the music is very nice, but adequate for the feel for the game. Multiplayer is a really good bonus. It would make a fun party game if people like the genre. TLDR Difficulty, Almost challenging incline. Maybe low seizure warning. Fun arcade multiplayer shmup. Adequate music. Nice graphics. Low variety, fine replayability. Could be considered as "those time wasting games". And I liked it.
Really Big Sky is a pretty fun twin-stick shooter. Nice soundtrack and also includes local co-op which is pretty neat. The gameplay feels incredibly smooth and is fairly addictive if you are into this type of game. The art style could be described as epileptic but it actually is nice in a certain epileptic way. The sound effects are also a nice touch. They are done really done. In Short: Just play this game if you are bored. It's pretty fun.
I want to like this game. I do. It looks very nice, flows well, has many options and lots of customization and draws on the nostalgia factors of those olden shoot'em up games. Here is why I cannot: It is hard to motivate yourself since there seems to be hardly any goal in the game. My character is just a bright light of sorts and the flashy graphics feel numbing after a while and I'm unable to recognize if I have to dodge something, shoot something or burrow through something. I guess it is just too much chaos to me. If you like those so-called Bullet-Hell games, this might be for you, but I urge you to check some gameplay videos first.
This isn't a bullet hell heavy game like the asian ones but it definitely is great. The UI is really nice and I wish more were well done as this one. It's not super expensive so definitely worth getting. I know its not for everyone but if your really into side scrollers, give it a try.
Spent less than two hours playing this little game. Not because it's bad, it's rather because I'm no longer interested in this genre. So I'll try to be objective about it, and give a fair rating. Really Big Sky is one of these games, you want to play either when you're bored or want some fast paced action to turn your mind away from everydays troubles. It is very colorful, screen is flashing, there are explosions, good sound effects and agreeable music. It has also several game modes, some easy like the Endless mode where you can't die and just go on and on. If you're feeling nostalgic, and look for a twin analogue shooter, look no further. It's here, cheap, and created with attention to details.
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