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[Xbox Live Indie Game] This game was classified by the community with the following category scores - Violence=0/3, Sex=0/3, Mature Content=0/3. Explore the night sky with more than 116,000 stars by learning the locations, shapes, and names of 88 constellations all from the comfort of your game console without ever putting down your controller! Dark Skies offers three modes (Explore, Hunt, and Screen Saver), Explore lets you toggle constellations on and off to learn the locations while Hunt will put your skills to the ultimate test.
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