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SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4
Genre: Platformer
Publisher: Headup Games
Developer: MagicGuiso
Release Date: June 2016

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'SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel' Seeks Crowd Funding - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on July 20, 2015 @ 8:32 a.m. PDT

SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel is an action-puzzle-platformer where you control both a character and his personal drone in search of justice in a dystopian world.

In the SkyRider Universe, a powerful and strange mineral was found that the wealthy people and academics used to build a gigantic flying city called "AirCitadel". Since they need this mineral to keep the city running, they also created a TV broadcasting system to exploit the poor people that still live in the world. To have access to it, they need to pay with their hard work and this mineral. Noki, a wealthy young man living in the AirCitadel, gets thrown off the city for trying to protect the people below, but his personal drone saves him from the fall. Now Noki will start his journey to reach the AirCitadel in order to set things straight.

MagicGuiso has launched a kickstarter campaign, looking for $40,000, to finish development of SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel

You control both a character and his drone. That can be done in one of three ways:

  • WASD keys for Noki and Mouse for Roboto.
  • both analog sticks of a single Joystick.
  • 2 joysticks for co-op multiplayer with a friend.

Noki jumps around while getting the energy that Roboto needs to help him by making platforms, a shield, dragging things and shooting.

Interested fans can also support the game on Steam Greenlight!



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