Sky Noon available on Steam Early Access

Saddle up and grab your cowboy hat, lasso, and grappling guns for a showdown in the sky.

Named by Game Informer as one of the Best Indie Games at PAX East 2018, Sky Noon takes place in a reinvented Wild West universe where the frontier floats among the clouds. Powerful factions crave to control the most precious resource in the West: water. Players take the role of hired gunslingers that battle opposing fighters across floating islands in the sky.

There are no health meters in Sky Noon; instead, to eliminate enemies, players use various super-power compressed air weapons to send them flying out of their boot spurs! Grappling hooks and lassos must constantly be used to prevent players from falling off into the great blue sky. Combined with other items like steam-powered jet boots, jump pads, teleporters, and more, cowboys need to be quick on the draw and light on their boots in the fast-paced, aerial mayhem of Sky Noon.

Join a faction – either the Minutemen or the Cartel – then attempt to knock off opponents with air-powered weapons while using grappling hooks and lassos to pull yourself back onto the level, leading to a thrilling “tug of war” pace of combat that’s both hilarious and exhilarating! Send your enemies soaring off the edge of the Floating Frontier and lead your team to victory!

Craig Taylor, co-founder and lead programmer at Lunar Rooster states:

“Through many hours of design work, testing, and community feedback, we’ve reached the major milestone in releasing our first video game – Sky Noon on Steam. In the next few weeks we plan to unveil Duels, enhanced customization and a lot more as we want to take advantage of the Early Access development to listen to our amazing growing community and further improve the Sky Noon experience.”

Sky Noon is available on Steam now, with a 10% launch discount, priced at £10.25.

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A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.

Andrew May

News Editor A fan of indie RPGs, Andrew splits his time between grinding for XP, and writing about grinding for XP. As well as running our news section, Andrew eats a medically inadvisable amount of Marmite.