Horror game Home to target Mac and iOS in 2013 - destructoid
DTOID TOILET BETA HYPER EDITION

Click the top right box to go deep into consoles. This menu will merge eventually.

Please post your feedback!
Hot

Reviews

Features

Videos

C-Blogs

Forums

Horror game Home to target Mac and iOS in 2013

8:00 PM on 12.31.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Possibly Android as well

Independent horror game Home seems to have done well for itself on PC, reaching an audience of 100,000 players and counting, according to designer Benjamin Rivers. While now is a terrific time to try the title -- it's a mere $1.49 on Steam -- there are plans for release on additional platforms.

Which ones, exactly, will be up to folks like you. Rivers is looking into iOS and Mac, but has also listed Android as a possibility. He's currently gauging interest on this website for those who are willing to share their email address (so they'll "be the first to know").

Lastly, Home for Windows is getting some free content in the form of another in-game area "plus other fun things for eagle-eyed fans."


Get comment replies by email.     settings



Unsavory comments? Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our comment moderators

Can't see comments? Anti-virus apps like Avast or some browser extensions can cause this. Easy fix: Add   [*].disqus.com   to your security software's whitelist.

Jordan Devore
Managing Editor
 follow
 DtoidJordan
~ destructoid FOLLOWS: ~
Home

7:00 PM on 04.23.2014
Home update

Hug, kiss, and chest bump total strangers in PlayStation Home

'Now kiss!'
1:00 PM on 03.17.2014
Home update

Home announced for PS4 and PS Vita

Indie horror has new address

View allpowered by:  MM.Elephant

. . .



Ads on destructoid may be purchased from:



Please contact Crave Online, thanks!


. . .





MORE FROM destructoid

1

Review: High Strangeness

by Chris Carter


2

Review: Kerbal Space Program

by Jordan Devore


3

Review: Tropico 5

by Robert Summa


4

Review: Pleasant Dreams

by Darren Nakamura


5

Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

by Chris Carter


6

Review: Cosmophony

by Darren Nakamura


7

Review: Light Bound

by Chris Carter


8

Review: Chroma Squad

by Josh Tolentino


9

Review: Crypt of the NecroDancer

by Patrick Hancock


10

Review: The Weaponographist

by Chris Carter





Back to Top