Home - A Unique Horror Adventure
By Benjamin Rivers Inc.
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**** NOTE: Recommended devices: iPad 2+, iPad Mini+, iPod Touch 5th Gen+, iPhone 5+. Use on earlier devices may not guarantee stable performance. ****
"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 that you control
- a horrific mystery tale where your decisions matter
- a creepy soundtrack that brings you deep into the world
- 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 1.5.4
- fixed a bug that prevented the game from loading on iPhone 6 Plus / 6s Plus with "Zoomed" Display View enabled.
- fixed a few minor animation issues
Good story but not a horror game
I believe that this was a very touching story and if you got really in depth with the gameplay you might understand it. Although I do admit that a lot of questions were not answered and some of the choices were slightly obvious and I don't think that it had too much part in the actual story or gameplay. Besides all of the few bad things, overall this was a great story for me and if you play this game all at once it is easier to understand. Buy this game only if you like a suspenseful slightly touching and unanswered story line.
Good visual, boring gameplay
I certainly didn't HATE this game. I enjoyed the visual effects of the game. The story was hard to follow. Giving you the choice of whether or not you were a killer had no impact on the game which made it irrelevant. Minus one instance with a black cat 10 seconds into gameplay that made me pee a little, calling this a horror adventure was a bit of a stretch. I definitely felt some glimpse of anxiety, as it's easy to get lost in the game, but I'm definitely being very generous. Feels more like a text adventure with occasional puzzles. Worth a play, not worth buying it.
Ambitious, but didn't quite work for me
Unfortunately, the amount of different forks and questions resulted in a rather unattached and fairly indecipherable story for me. I never really felt any sense of horror after the first act of the game because there didn't seem to be any sort of concrete consequence to my choices and major plot points were left to my decision, rather than be caused by my decisions.