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Indie horror Home heading to iOS in the future?

By , on January 2, 2013
Last modified 1 year, 6 months ago

The indie scene on the PC is full to bursting with exciting and innovative new games at the moment, with new twists on old genres and new ways of telling stories popping up left right and centre. One of the most interesting of those is Benjamin Rivers's Home.

And thankfully, it looks like the branching horror adventure, which is affected by your in-game actions, is heading to iOS devices in the not too distant future. A new section of the Home website has just opened up allowing you to get in contact with the developers and let them know which mobile platform you're interested in seeing the game on.

The game has sold more than a hundred thousand copies on Steam, which is pretty impressive by anyone's gauge. It tells the story of a man who wakes up in a strange house with no idea how he got there. Cue bloody murder, spooky goings on, and a story that's ultimately decided by how you play the game.

It's fair to say we're pretty excited about seeing this one on our tablets and phones, and we'll keep an eye on the game's progress and let you know when you can expect a release date. In the meantime, check out the original trailer for the PC launch of Home below.

Via Destructoid


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