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Home - A Unique Horror Adventure

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Home - A Unique Horror Adventure

by Benjamin Rivers Inc.
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Home - A Unique Horror Adventure
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**** IMPORTANT!: Required devices: iPad 2+, iPad Mini+, iPod Touch 5th Gen+, iPhone 5+. Do not update or download if on an earlier device. ****

App Details

Version
1.6.0
Rating
(349)
Size
52Mb
Genre
Adventure
Last updated
June 15, 2017
Release date
June 10, 2013
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App Store Description

**** IMPORTANT!: Required devices: iPad 2+, iPad Mini+, iPod Touch 5th Gen+, iPhone 5+. Do not update or download if on an earlier device. ****


"ONE OF THE TOP 15 IOS GAMES OF 2013"
- US Gamer

"4.5 out of 5 stars"
- TouchArcade

"PG Silver Award"
- PocketGamer


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.

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FEATURES:

- 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

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CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"A sophisticated, horrifying narrative experiment."
- The Verge

"Keeps you intellectually engaged even when you aren't playing it."
- Gamespot

"[Home] serves as a great reminder of what older games once taught us."
- Joystiq

"Leaves one mulling its final moments well after the credits have rolled."
- Torontoist