At the Apple press conference held today, Jenova Chen took to the stage to reveal thatgamecompany's next game, Sky. Sky's controls are minimized for casual play, with the game playable using only one finger on a remote or smartphone.
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Back in 2014, we reported that the studio had secured $7 million in funding for this project. Based on the game's trailer, it seems that Sky will follow in the footsteps of its predecessors Journey and Flower as a relaxing, lighthearted adventure, this time taking players through a cloudy skyscape.
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Light and dark are an important theme in Sky.
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Back in 2012, indie developer thatgamecompany came out of nowhere with Journey, which used unique visuals and accompanying music to gain a massive cult following. As of yet, the game remains an Apple exclusive. It looks in keeping with the studio's past work, with lush environments to explore and comparatively minimalist game elements. You and your fellow players are "children of the light", charged with "bringing light to where it's needed most". Sky also has 4K support on Apple TV, with rather nice graphics on the device as well.