My first death in Sunless Skies will happen in 3 … 2 … 1 …

Sunless Skies in development by Failbetter Games just entered early access! I backed it in crowdfunding, so I got a key sent as part of my backer reward. I’m going to check it out until I die, which, let’s be honest, is probably going to happen pretty quickly!

Sunless Skies by Failbetter Games

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Sunless Skies

Sunless Skies in development by Failbetter Games has entered early access on Steam and GOG. I backed this when it was crowdfunding, so got my key sent to me already. It’s currently on launch discount, so pick it up!

Sunless Skies is a top-down literary RPG set amongst the stars. Explore a universe steeped in celestial horror and ravaged by Victorian ambition in this game of exploration, corruption and jeopardy for PC, Mac and Linux.

Early Access will begin in one of the four regions of the High Wilderness: the Reach. As development continues more regions, locomotives, ports, sky-beasts, loot, equipment, discoveries, wrecks, characters, and stories will be added to the game.

Sunless Skies

Sunless Skies from Failbetter Games, which I backed in crowdfunding, sequel to Sunless Sea, which I backed in crowdfunding, inspired by Fallen London, which I’ve played, which followed when The Night Circus ended, which I also played, is coming to early access at Steam and GOG on August 30th.

LONDON HAS TAKEN TO THE STARS! As the captain of a spacefaring locomotive you’ll behold wonders and battle cosmic abominations in the furthest heavens. Stake your claim. Fight to survive. Speak to storms. Murder a sun. Face judgement.

Sunless Skies tells the story of one possible future of the Fallen London Universe. Ten years have passed since Sunless Sea, and Queen Victoria has led an exodus from London to the heavens. There, a revitalised British Empire – ambitious and authoritarian – begins to expand across the skies.