Home es una singular aventura de terror ambientada en un bello mundo pixelado. Se trata de una historia de misterio con un toque diferente, ya que eres tú quien decide lo que finalmente sucede. Despertado por la tormenta que se aproxima, abres los ojos para descubrir que estás en una extraña y oscura habitación, dentro de una casa que no...
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 jun. 2012

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4 de febrero

v1.5.2 should fix Windows launch issues

So sorry to everyone who experienced this nasty bug!

Installing the 1.5.2 update on Windows should solve the issue where the game crashed on launch.

Please note that there is an issue with Windows 10 throwing up an error when you quit the game. Nothing is lost, and everything quits fine -- we're trying to track down why this error appears, and will get another update out ASAP.

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Críticas

“Un sofisticado y horripilante experimento narrativo”.
8/10 – The Verge

“[Home] sirve como magnífico recordatorio de lo que los juegos antiguos nos enseñaron una vez”.
Joystiq

“Un desarrollador creativo que demuestra toda la fuerza atmosférica que puede albergar un simple píxel”.
82/100 – http://www.4players.de/4players.php/dispbericht/PC-CDROM/Test/32827/77697/0/Home.html

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Home es una singular aventura de terror ambientada en un bello mundo pixelado. Se trata de una historia de misterio con un toque diferente, ya que eres tú quien decide lo que finalmente sucede.

Despertado por la tormenta que se aproxima, abres los ojos para descubrir que estás en una extraña y oscura habitación, dentro de una casa que no es la tuya.

A medida que avanzas en el juego, éste va cambiando —de forma sutil, casi imperceptible— para reflejar tu propia perspectiva. Es un juego de terror como ningún otro y, como ya descubrirás, sus verdades son completamente subjetivas.

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Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB HD space
    • Sound: Soundblaster or equivalent
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo or above
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with 512 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB HD space
    • Sound: Soundblaster or equivalent
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS 10.7 Lion or above
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB HD space
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS 10.7 Lion or above
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo or above
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with 512 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB HD space
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Kuebic
( 3.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de mayo
If you want a short game (1.5 hours) with uneasy atmosphere and minimal graphics, this is a good candidate. If you are expecting anything else, this will probably not deliver. Although I applaud the game for being what it is, it lacked quite a few things to make it recommendable.

In brief, the game was not engaging enough. The horror atmosphere was the main drive for the game, but by the end, after seeing similar generic sets especially near the end, the effect had worn off. The "puzzles" can barely be considered puzzles, no cognitive thought required. And the story, I could not get myself to care about the main character or his lover or anyone else to care how they had died or if they were still alive. There really is no satisfying ending to answer all the questions I had by the end (what was the shadowy figure in the forrest?), which is what I believe the devs intended to let our own imagination be the horror, but it just feels ineffective and lazy, especially if the ending is decided by a few promts at the very end, many of which I found myself not caring how I replied to.

I don't regret my time spent in this game especially for the price I paid (mere pennies during a sale), but I won't try pushing others to spend money and time into this game.

If I were to recommend a game of similar style, I would suggest The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. Same investigative theme shrouded in mystery, but it is georgous to look at walking between clues, it contains engaging story, and most importantly, a satisfying ending.
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Flelark
( 1.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de mayo
I got this when I had spare money, yet before Steam Refunds were a thing. I played this game for 15 minutes, then just left. It was horrid, no plot, no story. I forced myself to play all of it the next month, and "finished" it, giving a short paragraph of what happened. Then nothing. The worst thing is, it's still listed as horror. The only "Horror" aspects are cages filled with bones, which play no part in the story whatsoever. All around, a bad game.

And, now they've added achievements to try and get you to play for more than the 20 minutes it takes to finish the game in its entirety.
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Maverick
( 2.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de mayo
I have no idea why this would be called horror, it really is some kind of weird investigation game without that much of interaction really, plenty of bugs and a little bit gimicky, I'll give a pass to the graphics but they don't help either.
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Robotboy9
( 3.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de mayo
For only $2.99, you can buy a game with many great endings, and a long story that leaves spots for you to find out what happens before the game ends. Not only is this game cheap, but it also takes importance of nearly every action done. In the beginning, it mentions even going into rooms, making there be multiple paths for each timeline you choose to be in.
I also realized some things that people didn't like about the game, and I will make a Pro/Con list so that people who gave it bad reviews won't keep telling me them.

PROS
*Cheap
*Long story
*A few endings
*Many options
*Importance of choices

CONS
*Plotholes, such as when you choose a certain route things will change in the story, and big parts of the game disappear

Well thats the only con I heard about

Summary: Great game, few errors, and you won't regret buying it!
But if you do, you only lost $2.99
At least you didnt lose tree fiddy
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filip ♥ darcia
( 2.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 18 de mayo
Simple adventure game that keeps tension throughout whole game

Audio6/10
Graphics7/10
Gameplay6/10
Story6/10
Time to beat1.5hrs
Summary
6/10

PROS
  • Story's left for your interpretation
  • Consistent, simple but nice looking graphics
  • Atmospheric. Keeps tension
  • Ambient sounds
  • No jumpscares. (It'd probably ruin this game)
  • Quite a few things you can interact with
  • Secrets, you can discover and run past them
  • There is some kind of replayability potential

MEH
  • Mediocre story
  • Mediocre monologues
  • Just mediocre game

STORY
You wake up somewhere, you don't know where. Your main goal is to get back to your home. On the way you discover that there is some kind of psychopath in your city, that your best friend is dead and that your wife had an affair with your best friend. Nothing makes sense and your job is to get it together.
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Marcelus
( 3.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 11 de mayo
It worth even it's price. It could've been something better, is not Lone Survivor but is fun to play one first time.
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@RealAdmiralTogo
( 1.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de mayo
Imagine a horror game where there's no danger of you dying.
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ilivetofly
( 1.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 8 de mayo
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
I really like the pixel style of art work. At the start of the game I really was tense. I expected more horror and less investigation. In the end though I put together eveything that happened and god a fair few of the achivements. Min 3 runs for 100% from what I have seen I will need ~4 runs. It is best to play the game in one sitting and just getting out of my first run I can't justify picking it back up. At the price point though I would say it is well worth the experiance. Actions tend to reflect the games ending and I could encourage you on the first run to go all the places and interact with all the things.
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Headshot
( 1.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 8 de mayo
Producto recibido de forma gratuita
Homestruck, Homescared
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GreenStar
( 3.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de mayo
Pretty good indie horror. It has it`s own style. This game is not like all other horrors with jumpscares , disguisting enemies and bloody as hell levels. But still it`s a horror game. Pixel art is good,sound effects are mostly well done and the plot is great. I would recomend other people to play this game. It`s a good horror adventure for an hour or two.
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Lacie
( 7.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 3 de mayo
A good point and click game and with what I feel as a semi-choice dependant game. The description of what "you decide" changing the outcome of the game makes it sound like all your little choices make huge differences. They don't. However, depending on what you choose to see/pick up/to do does effect the ending slightly, which is pretty neat. I did like that your choices effected what your character thought of what happened. The game is really short (I fall into the habit of leaving my game running, so ignore my total hours played). I'd say about 2-3 hours tops to get all the achievements. This isn't really a horror game so much as suspense. So, don't expect to be getting scared while playing this game. I'd say the $2.99 is a reasonable price for this game, but if you have other games you'd rather play, I'd wait until this one goes on sale to snag it.
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James
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de abril
Don't like horror 7/15
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Corona Radiata
( 2.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 15 de abril
Home tells an interesting story that you can directly influence, fit for fans of sleuthing, mysteries and tense, lonely atmospheres. Were it any more expensive, I would not reccomend it, as it is only worth playing more than once for the achievements, because it can feel slow, progressing through it, even though it's a short game.
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Wirdjos
( 4.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de abril
Home is a choose-your-own-adventure visual novel more than it is a horror game, though it does still contain a few jump scares. The details of this pixel-art world are told through title card screens that evoke a silent movie. It's hard to decide if the terror would have been heightened by a lack of sound or if the occasional creaks and crunches better set the mood. Home offers no certainty and that seems to be the point. It asks questions and provides clues, but never weighs in on the speculation, never declares anything as true or not. This open-endedness can feel very anticlimactic or it can be far more satisfying than knowing.
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Angrycheese
( 1.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de abril
The game is short so I will make this review short.
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Alright game. I got my 70 minute bang for my buck, then played it one more time to show it to a friend. Graphics were a bit too pixely but showed the important things and the game sometimes benefited from simplicity, gameplay and story don't really go anywhere, however they do not drag or end too early and last of all, the sound design for this game is really good, without the soothing sounds of creaking doors, this would not be half as scary/cute.
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Overall a 6/10, if it's on sale and you're really bored, get it.
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Hannie Bananie
( 1.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de abril
This game had me going back and forth between thumbs up and thumbs down, but ultimately, the fact that I was so on the fence makes me think that it shouldn't get a recommended rating. The story was interesting and there was a little tension, but my biggest complaint was that the story was simply too slow. Even as someone who enjoys walking simulators (as this is effectively what this game is), a genre not known for its fast-paced actions, this game felt like it went on forever with no really interesting moments to bring everything together. It wasn't bad, so for a good sale, I'd still maybe recommend giving it a try, but it also really isn't anything phenomenal.
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CorvusCorax
( 4.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de abril
Home is an interesting little adventure game - its pixelated approach reminds us of the old days of point-and-click games. Many may just find it very ugly, still, it serves its purpose and it is nice to see that with such simplistic graphics comes a great atmospheric game that belongs to the horror genre.

It is not a long adventure - the game tells its tale in an hour or so. This is a tale of an unnamed protagonist who finds himself alone in a house with just a flashlight beside him. Without the recollection of how he got there, of course. Then his journey begins and continues in the sewers, a dark forest and a few abandoned places only for him to be able to find his way - you guessed it - home.

The game is really about immersion - we only interact with highlighted objects and make decisions as to whether or not a certain item should be picked up and / or used. I especially liked how most of the highlighted objects can be looked at twice (resulting in more than one monologue). I did not notice this during my first walkthrough then I was eager to hear what our hero has to say. He might just mention something for the 2nd time that brings us closer to the big picture.

And what this big picture is? Naturally, I avoid spoilers here but I have to admit the ending is a bit vague - perhaps that is the intention of the developer. To provoke people into sharing their ideas and discussions on the story. And this is also the reason why this game is a great purchase.
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Rico
( 0.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de marzo
Sounds are scarier than a story. Good indie game though, I had few spooky feels.
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Mean Mr. Mustard
( 1.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de marzo
Mean Mr. Mustard's short Home review

1) Essential - buy it NOW
2) Recommended - buy it on sale
3) Avoid

Time to complete – 1 hour
Played multiplayer? N/A
Worth revisiting? No

Best part – Initial intrigue soon devolves into boredom resulting in an overall underwhelming experience
Worst part – The pixel art style just doesn't work for this type of game, it's not scary or creepy at all
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Tantalus of North America
( 1.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de marzo
This pixelated throwback vaguely reminds me of Atari Haunted House on the 2600 mostly because of its reliance on sound design to create a creepy atmosphere. This was barely worth the $1 I spent on it. It's one of those "arty" indy games like Dear Ether or Photopia and I wasn't really in the mood for it. Boring.
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Publicado el 22 de mayo
If you want a short game (1.5 hours) with uneasy atmosphere and minimal graphics, this is a good candidate. If you are expecting anything else, this will probably not deliver. Although I applaud the game for being what it is, it lacked quite a few things to make it recommendable.

In brief, the game was not engaging enough. The horror atmosphere was the main drive for the game, but by the end, after seeing similar generic sets especially near the end, the effect had worn off. The "puzzles" can barely be considered puzzles, no cognitive thought required. And the story, I could not get myself to care about the main character or his lover or anyone else to care how they had died or if they were still alive. There really is no satisfying ending to answer all the questions I had by the end (what was the shadowy figure in the forrest?), which is what I believe the devs intended to let our own imagination be the horror, but it just feels ineffective and lazy, especially if the ending is decided by a few promts at the very end, many of which I found myself not caring how I replied to.

I don't regret my time spent in this game especially for the price I paid (mere pennies during a sale), but I won't try pushing others to spend money and time into this game.

If I were to recommend a game of similar style, I would suggest The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. Same investigative theme shrouded in mystery, but it is georgous to look at walking between clues, it contains engaging story, and most importantly, a satisfying ending.
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2.2 h registradas
Publicado el 18 de mayo
Simple adventure game that keeps tension throughout whole game

Audio6/10
Graphics7/10
Gameplay6/10
Story6/10
Time to beat1.5hrs
Summary
6/10

PROS
  • Story's left for your interpretation
  • Consistent, simple but nice looking graphics
  • Atmospheric. Keeps tension
  • Ambient sounds
  • No jumpscares. (It'd probably ruin this game)
  • Quite a few things you can interact with
  • Secrets, you can discover and run past them
  • There is some kind of replayability potential

MEH
  • Mediocre story
  • Mediocre monologues
  • Just mediocre game

STORY
You wake up somewhere, you don't know where. Your main goal is to get back to your home. On the way you discover that there is some kind of psychopath in your city, that your best friend is dead and that your wife had an affair with your best friend. Nothing makes sense and your job is to get it together.
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2.0 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de mayo
I have no idea why this would be called horror, it really is some kind of weird investigation game without that much of interaction really, plenty of bugs and a little bit gimicky, I'll give a pass to the graphics but they don't help either.
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Publicado el 23 de marzo
Enchanting and leaves you beyond the end to wonder what really happned, or whether it happened at all.
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4.3 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de abril
Home is an interesting little adventure game - its pixelated approach reminds us of the old days of point-and-click games. Many may just find it very ugly, still, it serves its purpose and it is nice to see that with such simplistic graphics comes a great atmospheric game that belongs to the horror genre.

It is not a long adventure - the game tells its tale in an hour or so. This is a tale of an unnamed protagonist who finds himself alone in a house with just a flashlight beside him. Without the recollection of how he got there, of course. Then his journey begins and continues in the sewers, a dark forest and a few abandoned places only for him to be able to find his way - you guessed it - home.

The game is really about immersion - we only interact with highlighted objects and make decisions as to whether or not a certain item should be picked up and / or used. I especially liked how most of the highlighted objects can be looked at twice (resulting in more than one monologue). I did not notice this during my first walkthrough then I was eager to hear what our hero has to say. He might just mention something for the 2nd time that brings us closer to the big picture.

And what this big picture is? Naturally, I avoid spoilers here but I have to admit the ending is a bit vague - perhaps that is the intention of the developer. To provoke people into sharing their ideas and discussions on the story. And this is also the reason why this game is a great purchase.
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1.2 h registradas
Publicado el 29 de febrero
It's like something should happen but nothing happens.
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5.9 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de marzo
Home is choice-driven, ambiguous, narrative-delivery experience that isn't really a game, but more a choose-your-own adventure that you're allowed to walk around in. I'd recommend it only for those who are interested in playing through what is essentially a short story where they are allowed to choose how the narrative develops. There is a generally spooky atmosphere, and the graphics are minimalist in their presentation. The story itself plays out slowly and the player is left to figure out, through interpretation and choice, how the events presented unfold.

Ultimately it sets out to do what it tries to, and doesn't purport itself as much more, which is good because there really isn't a lot to it. There aren't any challenges to speak of, and the game is only enjoyable for one or two playthroughs, which are also very short. I recommend it only for those who want to experience a short story with a slight horror vibe.
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3.3 h registradas
Publicado el 1 de marzo
What an underappreciated little gem of a game! This is a dark, atmospheric horror story that makes you wonder what is happening as you go through it. The playtime is short, but seems adequate to the overall scope of the game. Home tries to tell you a story while making you involved in it, rather than being just a passive recipient. A part of the story is being left to your own judgment and imagination and I like it just the way it is. Definitely a must play for fans of mystery/horror games and literature. A pleasant way to spend an evening.

Similar games: Dear Ester, Gone home, Vanishing of Ethan Carter, The Last Door, and The Charnel House Trilogy.
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Publicado el 12 de abril
The game is short so I will make this review short.
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Alright game. I got my 70 minute bang for my buck, then played it one more time to show it to a friend. Graphics were a bit too pixely but showed the important things and the game sometimes benefited from simplicity, gameplay and story don't really go anywhere, however they do not drag or end too early and last of all, the sound design for this game is really good, without the soothing sounds of creaking doors, this would not be half as scary/cute.
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Overall a 6/10, if it's on sale and you're really bored, get it.
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3.4 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de diciembre de 2015
Un juego genial, simple pero con una trama muy ingeniosa, donde las acciones del jugador tienen consecuencias.
En el store no lo dice pero tambien tiene LOGROS.
100% recomendado!
Los graficos y el sonido juegan un papel importantisimo en el ambiente.
Solo se le reprocha que no este traducido . PERO ES SOLUCIONABLE por parte de los DEVS.
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3.4 h registradas
Publicado el 11 de diciembre de 2015
Home ofrece algo distinto, un juego con múltiples posibilidades únicamente a través de las también múltiples interpretaciones de cada jugador. Hay tantos "Home" como tantas partidas se empiezan del mismo. Más una idea que una ejecución, pero entre que es corto y que tiene un decente apartado técnico -muy logrado el sonido- es recomendable.

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Publicado el 19 de diciembre de 2015
Home is a difficult game to evaluate and I'm struggling to decide if I would recommend it or not. For what it's worth, it has a really pleasing visual style. I didn't come across any bugs while playing - the whole thing functioned pretty smoothly. It was atmospheric enough, sound design was okay, controls were intuitive despite minimal instruction. I really wanted to like this game and I was excited to play it.

But - and this is a big but - the game was predictable and unchallenging to the point of being boring. The (potential?) twist was apparent early on, and the level of control over the outcome that was promised honestly amounted to little more than some contrived yes or no questions at the very end of the game, and a resulting pretty vague text summary. I wouldn't have minded this so much if the gameplay was interesting but it really wasn't much more than just walking from room to room. The puzzles were hardly puzzles at all, no critical thinking (or even just plain old trial and error) required. I spent the entire time feeling a little bit like I was playing a tutorial, just waiting for the game to start.

Ultimately, it's an interesting idea, with great visual design, but the story needed more time to incubate and mature. I just didn't care about any of the characters. I didn't feel engaged at all; I didn't feel like the story was even really trying to engage me. Though I appreciate that this game wasn't aiming to be an amazing platformer or adventure game or anything, I still feel that better gameplay elements were needed to justify using this platform to deliver this story. I don't particularly understand why it had to be a game as opposed to perhaps a visual novel or a short story. I don't understand why the only thing I was given to do between tiny dribs and drabs of story was slowly walking through often repetitive environments.

This game was purchased for me as a gift during a steam sale, and while I don't regret playing it, I'd hesitate to push anyone to spend money on it.
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3.9 h registradas
Publicado el 29 de noviembre de 2015
When I played Home for the first time, I was intrigued by this little game where you have no memory of the hours that preceded your waking up and where you're trying to recontitue the story. In the end, depending on what you uncovered, your character recalled all your path. Between several bodies, an apparent serial killer lurking around and strolls through sewers, cave, forest or the plant where you worked, Home was made to experience several stories in an atmosphere of horror.

Indeed, the goal isn't really to scare the player (though some sounds are unexpected) but to let him imagine the worst and to wait for something or someone appearing suddenly. It's kinda psychological: will you look under rags and decide if it's your wife or not? Do you want to see the reality or not?

Home is mainly going from a room to another to collect things (or not if you don't want to include some parts in the story). You can also jump down or find another way around: in that case, you will advance at the same speed than with a leg that hurts. There are some occasional puzzles: find a switch to open a door, turn valves or restablish some power for example.

The game is made to look like a retro one, which is something that I like because it's giving also a particular ambiance and less scary than 3D stuff. The soundtrack is composed of only ambient sounds: winds, cave echoes, doors, etc... It is sufficient.

Why did I play it again so as I've played it in 2014? When I was looking at my library, I kinda thought that I didn't play it. I saw achievements not unlocked with 79 minutes of playing and looked at the news. They were added the 6th november 2015. Well, it's a nice discovering, prompting me to reinstall the game and to play it again.... with the controller too. The commands are smooth with it....

In the end, Home gained a new interest with achievements, even if I reviewed it earlier, it would have still been a thumb up. If you like games like that (not many scares, ambiance leading you to ask if your character is sane, retro graphics), go for it. It's really a little gem.
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1.0 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de diciembre de 2015
A boring and linear story-driven game where you walk a guy. Unfortunately doesn't have much of horror. While I knew the gameplay won't be great, I at least expected a decent atmosphere in the game as I love horrors, unfortunately it wasn't unsettling and the game quickly became boring. Do not waste time on it.
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Publicado el 12 de enero
Решил перепройти спустя пару лет ради ачивок и получил совершенно другую концовку 80

Хороший триллер, но четкого ответа на все вопросы не по лучите 9/13
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A 2 de 4 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
No recomendado
0.6 h registradas
Publicado el 1 de enero
Would not play again.
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A 13 de 14 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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2.1 h registradas
Publicado el 31 de octubre de 2014
Quizá no de miedo, pero como experimento de narrativa interactiva, es muy interesante. Aquí no haces decisiones tradicionales, aquí no te piden hacer grandes elecciones que conllevan una carga moral. En vez, aquí tú estás escribiendo una historia. Puede que hayas entrado por una cierta puerta a revisar las notas, puede que no. Puede que hayas visto una cinta de VHS con información vital... puede que ni siquiera la hayas encontrado. Quizá te fuiste por una cierta puerta, quizá usaste las escaleras en vez de saltar, quizá tomaste el arma, quizá restauraste la electricidad.

En Home se juega mucho con la idea del "hubiera". Una vez que acabas el videojuego, te arrepentirás por no haber descubierto ciertas cosas, por no haber explorado lo suficiente. Como buena narrativa de videojuego, este no se preocupa por si descubres algo o no, la narrativa depende totalmente de ti. Gracias a que descubriste o no ciertas cosas, es como de pronto tus teorías sobre la historia cambian radicalmente. Quizá termines pensando que tu esposa te engañó con otro hombre y que por eso mataste a todos, quizá pienses que esa esposa en realidad era una alucinanación y que otro hombre se volvió loco tras que le quitaran el trabajo. Quizá tu esposa sí existió, pero tras descubrir que la mataron, te volviste loco y empezaste a alucinar cosas.

Quizá esto.
Quizá el otro.

Quizá...
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A 8 de 8 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 22 de julio de 2015
Interesante aventura de terror con estética pixel-art. Es una maravilla contemplar efectos de ambientación con estos pixeles tan grandes. El sonido ayuda a que la ambientación esté muy bien conseguida, incluso llegar a sentir "susto" por ciertas acciones repentinas que ocurren a lo largo de la ventura. Jugablemente sencillo, muy fluido, rápido y accesible.
Juego indie bastante recomendable.
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A 9 de 10 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.1 h registradas
Publicado el 29 de julio de 2014
Buscar las pistas del asesino de tus amigos y tu esposa... Mezcla de terror y investigación.

Juego completado al 100%

Lo bueno:
-Colorido y oscuridad con un bonito pixelado retro (algo muy imnovador)
-Distintos finales
-Puzzles y pistas que te haran ir de un lado a otro
-El precio compenza el tiempo de juego

Lo malo:
-Sin cromos
-Sin trofeos
-Al estar en inglés no te enteras bien de la historia
-Duración aproximada una hora o dos como mucho
-No tiene un ambiente de terror (no hay "nemesis" para el prota por el tiempo que lo jugue)

Puntuación Total: 5,9

PD: Le habria dado mas nota si estubiera subtitulado al español (es irónico que pongan la descripción del juego en español y después venga en ingles) no lo recomiendo a gamers que no sepan mucho inglés.
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A 7 de 7 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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1.1 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 2013
Un juego simple pero inmersivo. No es un juego muy largo pero ir descubriendo la historia y resolver que pasó segun lo que hayas encontrado y decidas le da un buen puntazo al juego.
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