Ghostly Horizon is an intense 3rd-person spell-caster on round planets. You enjoy crazy battles with over 30 different spells, preferably together with your friends. Focus is placed on both player-skill and teamwork in this matchbased game with quick rounds. Can you top the Leaderboards?
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Apr 3, 2018

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Ghostly Horizon is ready to be played and enjoyed, it's full with features and can be played in Singleplayer, Online Co-op or in Competitive PvP.

During the Early Access period more planets and progression features will be added along with balancing and community requested features to make the game perfect for Full Release.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Early Access is planned to last about 6 months.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The Full Version of Ghostly Horizon will have more planets to play on, more character progression and a lot of new community requested features.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Ghostly Horizon is playable in Singleplayer, Online Co-op and Competitie PvP. The game features 5 different Gamemodes: Survival, Invasion, Battle Royale, Arena and Conquest.

Ghostly Horizon is partly integrated with Steam and saves players best stats in a Leaderboard.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Ghostly Horizon will see a couple of updates during Early Access and the price will be raised slightly with each update. The final price will land at about twice the initial Early Access price.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Ghostly Horizon has an official Discord server setup where the community can talk with both the developer and eachother.

Bug-Reports, Suggestions, Events etc. is handled in the Discord server.”
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August 7

Free To Play is coming!

Ghostly Horizon will change into a Free To Play game and we are aiming at making this transition on Friday, August 24th.

Ghostly Horizon has had a few surges of player activity but due to a low playerbase it's hard to find an online game to join and players who want to play leave the game.

Most player who try the game out think it's a very fun and interesting game but without a proper playerbase the game is not realizing its full potential.

Ghostly Horizon is created by one person with no funding. The goal is to have an active and fun playerbase for the game, profit was never the aim for this game.

The official servers cost about 120 EUR each month though and to fund this, new gameworlds (planets) will be released as paid DLCs for a very low price.

The Free to Play version of Ghostly Horizon includes:
- One gameworld (planet).
- Singleplayer
- Coop (2-10 players)
- Competitive PvP (2-64 players)
- GameModes: Survival, Invasion, Battle Royale, Arena and Conquest.

I'm currently looking into how to make all new planets available to the people who have already paid for the game.

Looking forward to some spellcasting mayhem with all of you soon!
// Ghostly Horizon Developer -
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July 4

Bugs or Proglems?

Bugs or Proglems?
Please contact me at

I'm the developer of Ghostly Horizon, I notice that some reviews are just bugs for individual people.
The problem is that I cannot get in contact with the reviewers to get a bug-report or to solve the bug..
Steam leaves no way to contact a reviewer unfortunately other than sending a friends request!

The malware detection is most likely because the game starts another executable, both when you play the game and when you want to start Matchmaking, and the matchmaker will also create a new file on the computer that includes the matched servers IP so that the game can read that file and connect to the IP.
This is not a bug or a malware it is just your malware program being very strict.

This is due to de-sync between the Client and the Server.
When playing Solo a Server is launched on your computer that the Client connects to, this is because the game is designed as a multiplayer game that allows singleplayer.
I would love to know if this still happends when you try again since you only have 0.1h as playtime..
And what happends when you play on official online servers.

As said, please don't put bugs in the reviews as your first and only action.
Come to me with them instead so I can solve them!
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About This Game

Ghostly Horizon is an intense 3rd-person spell-caster on spherical worlds. In a cute low-poly environment you enjoy crazy battles with 30+ different spells, preferably together with your friends.

Focus is placed on both player-skill and teamwork in this matchbased game with quick rounds.
There is no story to follow and the aim of the game is to have fun and become a better player to be able to defeat the different game modes in a harder difficulty!
And to top the Leaderboards of course!


Ghostly Horizon provides intense and thrilling battles with a focus on player-skill and cooperation.
Combat feels dangerous and your winning streak can quickly go down the toilet.
​So get ready for some awesome battles and clutch saves in this fun and crazy matchbased game.

2 Main Game-Modes: Invasion and Survival that can be played in both Singleplayer and in Co-op with up to 10 players!

3 Minor Game-Modes: Battle Royale, Conquest and Training Arena where you play either Free-For-All or Teambased PvP.


The world in Ghostly Horizon is a round (spherical) planet with completely free and open circumnavigation. There are no borders or restrictions for player-movement.
The planet features full day/night cycle with one sun and two moons along with a variety of biomes, including: Desert, leaf-woods, pine-woods, arctic, lakes and more.


All players have the same amount of stats, what matters is how you allocate them to suit your playstyle. 
Depending on your allocation of stats your character gets adjusted traits such as movement speed, jump height, cooldown time, status effect duration, etc.
This together with choosing your spell-elements wisely during gameplay to accommodate your own personal playstyle is what gives you the edge in battle.


The vision with spells in Ghostly Horizon is that there shouldn't be two spells that work exactly the same. There are many types of spells: Projectile, Bolt, Spray, Slash, Ray, Instant, Self-targeted. All of these types have a number of spells in them and each one is unique. There are 7 different elements with 4 spells each. A player can have 2 elements active at one time, each element has its own style and which ones the player chooses will alter the playstyle of the player.

There are plans on synergy-spells that will arrive in an expansion after release. The player then gets a unique spell that is a merge between the two elements chosen.


A large part of Ghostly Horizon is cooperation, some game-modes require cooperation to be able to take objectives, others don't enforce it. But nonetheless working together will give your team the upper-hand.

Healing-spells are designed mainly to be used on your friends, your survivability will most likely raise if you work together and heal each other, before it is too late. You can also work together by casting a boost-ray on your friend to make his spells do more damage, or cast a boost-AoE to make all your allies damage more while inside the area of effect. 

Fast travel with teleports that are created by 3 or more players casting boost-rays on each other in a circle to conjure up a teleport. It might be risky though, there is a hidden science behind teleports and you might end up popping out of the enemies teleport if you don't know what you are doing.


Ghostly Horizon is presented in a low-poly style with a mix of hard and soft gradients in textures. The aim is a stylized, beautiful and cute looking game that makes the intense gameplay and cut-throat battles come as a surprise.

We aim at an effortless feeling with a flow in both world-design and graphics-design.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel i5 1.8GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Stereo card
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel i7 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: RX 470 4gb or GTX 1050 2gb
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Stereo card
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.9+
    • Processor: Intel i5 1.8GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Stereo card
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.9+
    • Processor: Intel i7 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon Pro 450 2048 MB
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any Stereo card

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