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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...
Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 Jun 2012
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Home v1.4.8 update

3 diciembre 2013

I believe this update resolves the weird graphical glitches with Intel HD Graphics cards that v1.4.7 and below did not. If you experienced this bug before and it works, please post and let me know!

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“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.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    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

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    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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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.
Publicado: 2 diciembre 2013
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good game ..... buen juego ;D
Publicado: 13 abril 2014
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GET. THIS. GAME. Especially on sale. You will buy silly little apps for your phone that you will use once and never turn on again that will cost more than this and give you NOTHING. This game must be played with headphones on, at night, when you know you won't be disturbed.

It's brief, but somehow that plays right into the charm. This adventure will make you feel like you've been sitting at your desk for hours, and it's only been 30 minutes. You're never sure what's lurking behind the next door, but you know you'll never like it, and you will usually be right. The atmosphere is amazing. The sound is perfect. The story is devastating. No two people who play it will interpret it the same way, and that's just fine. You can discover 50% or 100% of the paths, and it will not detract from how the game is played at all. So satisfying, so discombobulating was this game that after I finished it in one sitting, I've not opened it since.

It's not bloody, and it doesn't use cheap scare tactics. But it thrills you just the same, just like if someone tells you Slenderman is standing behind you. You know he isn't. You'll look anyways.
Publicado: 28 noviembre 2013
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Welcome home, from the bottom of my heart... - Dave Dobbyn, Welcome Home

THE GOOD
Home is a unique type of horror game. Focusing more on psychological horror and the fear of the unknown rather than explicit violence and disturbing visuals, Home draws you in with an mysterious if not interesting story which puts you in a house that isn't yours. The ambiguity is executed well but Home shoots itself in the foot by having Home TOO ambiguous and leaves you in the dark for no apparent reason. It also doesn't really give you any indication wheather or not walking through a specific door or interacting with a certain object will lead to you ending your time inside one of many houses, but this could be seen as a positive as it has multiple endings for multiple playthroughs.

THE GREAT
The atmosphere is so thick you could shoot at it and the bullet would get stuck. An eriee feeling persists for the entire game (Which previously mentioned isn't very long) and all throughout all playthroughs. Some of the events are unerving and give of a foreboding feeling as if someone, or something, is about to chase you through this pixelated nightmare. A climatic ending would've been satifying but would've also broken the flow, at least it would've for my playthrough.

THE UGLY
This game is ambiguous to the point of being frustrating. Some of the options which lead to the end of the current house you are in aren't obvious which mean you have to replay the game up to that point just so that you can figure out what is happening. And about the ending, although it's not too climatic some closure would've been nice at least. Instead I was left with several murders unsolved, a bloodied knife, a recently fired gun, a bad leg and absolutely no clue of what had happened or how to figure out what had happened unless I replayed it again, and again, and again....
Similar to Dear Esther, there's very little gameplay and an eriee feel to it all and some may hesitate to call this a game at all.

THE VERDICT
If it were any more expensive than $3 then I wouldn't recommend it. There are other games like Lone Survivor which have a lot more to it and may seem more worth your money and time. But for my money and time, Home is an experience which is not terrible but still a way better game than Amy ever was.

SIMILAR GAMES
-Lone Survivor, in more ways than one
-Dear Esther. What is it with indie games and an atmosphere so thick you can wrap yourself in it?

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Publicado: 5 enero 2014
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Successfully atmospheric, but I felt like I wasted 90 minutes by the time I finished it though. Nothing really "happens".
Publicado: 27 noviembre 2013
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