Add another title to the growing list of ambient, silhouetted indie games that have released lately (e.g. Limbo, NightSky), though this one is less a platformer and more "a slow-paced game of exploring different choices", with secrets to unlock and endings to reflect about.

Star Sky is essentially a game about a man on a midnight stroll. Swedish developer and sound designer Mårten Jonsson (Melodia) warns that it's "not a game for everyone" and is something players should play patiently to allow themselves to take in:

"Star Sky is not a game you play for hours on end. You play it once, see what there there is to discover and then play it as many times as you feel like. Then hopefully you will return and finish it at some point, in order to unlock the end.

The game is meant to be a relaxing and ambient experience focusing on creating a soothing atmosphere rather than intense gameplay. It is similar to an interactive poem. A poem that has several endings and allow you to explore different scenarios."

You can buy Star Sky to play on your Windows PC for $2.99 here.