Home - A Unique Horror Adventure
By Benjamin Rivers Inc.
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**** NOTE: Requires iPad 2 or newer; iPad Mini; iPod Touch 4G (iPod Touch 5G+ highly recommended) or newer; iPhone 4 or newer. ****
"ONE OF THE TOP 15 IOS GAMES OF 2013"
- US Gamer
"4.5 out of 5 stars"
"PG Silver Award"
Home is a unique horror adventure set in a beautifully-realized pixel world. It’s a murder mystery with a twist—because you decide what ultimately happens.
Awakened by an oncoming storm, you open your eyes to discover yourself in a strange, dark room—tucked away in a house that’s not yours.
As you play the game, it changes—subtly, almost imperceptibly—to reflect your perspective. It's a horror game unlike any other, and as you'll discover, its truths are entirely subjective.
- an intimate, story-based adventure
- a horror tale that you help determine
- haunting, atmospheric soundtrack
- gorgeous illustrative pixel style
"A sophisticated, horrifying narrative experiment."
- The Verge/Polygon
"Keeps you intellectually engaged even when you aren't playing it."
"[Home] serves as a great reminder of what older games once taught us."
"Leaves one mulling its final moments well after the credits have rolled."
What's New in Version 1.5.1
Fixed a story-related bug in the factory.
This game is truly amazing. Home keeps you thinking and perplexes you. I love the way you can make your own choices to alter the storyline as well.
You should have explained somewhere in the ending how you got to the factory and where Rachel was, but that is a big cliffhanger that HOPEFULLY, WILL BE IN A SEQUEL.
I want a sequel to this game! This game has great potential. Please make a sequel to Home!
If you ever do make a sequel, you should have it start where the boy you are playing as has to escape out of the jail, if, you picked the choice that you killed Norman. If you picked the choice that you did not kill Norman, you will continue looking for Rachel.
I would like to see a sequel. Very amazing job, Benjamin Rivers.
It is a really good game because it's like YOU get to choose who the murderer was. It was YOUR decision to pick up the gun. It is a awesome interactive game.
I have seen some comments saying " Horrible!" Or "Keeps Crashing!". I didn't think that it was horrible and it definitely didn't crash at all. It is worth buying and I would definitely recommend it.
Creepy and engaging with only a few very minor issues. I would love to see a decision tree of how the choices affect the narrative. The Home website has a cool page of assorted "clues," which was interesting to rummage through after finishing the game. Would suggest this for anybody who is interested in non traditional games and interactive story telling.