New Game: Horn Hits Android, Priced at $6.99, Taking Up 1.8GB (Video)

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  • 31 Aug 2012
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  • The long awaited game Horn has arrived on the Google Play Store, priced at $6.99 and taking up 1.8 GB of storage, just like The Dark Knight Rises. This title is created by Phospor Games, the same guys that brought us the Dark Meadow. We’re dealing with a 3D action/adventure with touchscreen controls and a large world to explore.

    You play as Horn, a young Blacksmith’s apprentice, who wakes up in a mystery tower and sees the world around him invaded by mechanical monsters. This gives the game a slightly steampunk allure. Two highlights of the title are the great voice acting and the excellent score, performed by a live orchestra. Although the universe in the game is huge, it’s not an open world one, since the adventure is split into almost linear levels. Puzzle and combat is what you’ll do most of the time.

    As far as controls go, you tap to move, tap a ledge in midair to jump, slide left or right to shimmy on tight ledges and other stuff like that. The graphics are excellent in this game, with sunlight being beautifully rendered, trees as well, and huge beasts being drawn perfectly. The game requires Android 3.2 and up and among the actions you can do there’s walking, crawling, jumping and even a grapple hook action, all of them done with intuitive gestures. You can get this game from here and know that it’s optimized for Tegra 2 and Tegra 3 devices.

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