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Indie developer Digitilus has tried their luck once again by taking to Kickstarter in hopes of garnering up support with their re-designed title Skyjacker, a 3D first-person space simulation based on an original IP from the “Abyss Lights” book series. The game offers a vast amount of freedom, with the core focus being immersive space combat that gives players something they have been longing for in the space themed market.
Skyjacker is based on the "Abyss Lights" book series written by our project lead, Eugene Zhukov. The player is the lone human in a galaxy of conflict - abducted by aliens, raised by pirates, wanted by privateers and mercenaries alike. You start on the bottom of the Pirate Stock Market and work your way up to the top, not by deliveries and fetch-quests, but through brutal missions like assassinations, sabotage, kidnapping, robberies, infiltration and extractions.

No matter how you choose to play the SKYJACKER universe is in details that unfold around you. There are ten significant alien races, each with unique biological features, social structures, interlocking histories, and star faring technologies - some industrial, some organic, and a few biotech that literally farm their spaceships in deep space.
If Earth is getting a bit boring for you than check out our local download of the brand new Kickstarter demo, and if space sounds like your thing travel across the endless void to their Kickstarter page for full details on Skyjacker.




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