Wednesday, 25 November 2015


Skyhill is a survival horror rogue-like game developed by Daedalic and Mandragora, and has been covered in a news article detailing its release in October. Now, it has been announced that the game will be getting its own Livestream Mode on from November 28th, allowing streamers and viewers to experience the post-apocalyptic horror together.

In fact, the feature is already available, as gamers will be able to test it out from now until November 27th before the full launch the day after. “The new Livestream Mode lets players directly connect to Twitch via the in-game menu, enabling game control via Twitch chat. This way, viewers can influence the game and play together with the streamer.”

Not heard of Skyhill before? Gamers step into the penthouse suite of Skyhill Hotel, where Perry was holed up, surviving World War III. Now he is venturing outside of the suite and attempting to make his way out into the world, but he’ll have to fight and scavenge his way through 100 floors of mutants to do so. This is the premise behind Skyhill, and each floor is procedurally-generated, meaning that every streamer will be able to share a different experience with their viewers.

Any furthers update on this feature, or anything else on Skyhill, can be found on the official website, Steam, Facebook or Twitter. Happy streaming.

Getting déjà vu right now? That may be because you read this on IGM, where my article was first featured! Check IGM out for all the latest on indie games.

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