- Publisher: Grab The Games
- Release Date: Apr 26, 2019
- Also On: PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Switch, Xbox One
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Mar 26, 2019Himno is a relaxing 2D platformer where death only comes from falling. The levels are dark and ruin-like, yet emit tranquility and beauty as well. It's best played in short bursts, but if you just want to turn off your brain and relax, here's your chance.
Aug 2, 2019Though Himno prides itself on its relaxed atmosphere, its lack of direction paired with its procedurally generated worlds fail to leave a lasting impression. As a result, it is only worth it for the most diehard of platforming fans.
Generally favorable reviews- based on 8 Ratings
User score distribution:
Positive: 5 out of 8
Mixed: 3 out of 8
Negative: 0 out of 8
Sep 22, 2019Pros:
Good pixel graphics
pretty smooth movement
nothing much to do
May 9, 2021Its a realy relaxing game with a nice pixel art style. It has calming music and fun platforming. The only thing i don't like is that there isIts a realy relaxing game with a nice pixel art style. It has calming music and fun platforming. The only thing i don't like is that there is not alot to do but the creators are working on an update that will add lot of stuff!… Full Review »
Jan 2, 2021If the game was with price, I would not recommend it. But since it is free, it fully corresponds to its essence and content. "Himno" is, firstIf the game was with price, I would not recommend it. But since it is free, it fully corresponds to its essence and content. "Himno" is, first of all, not a calm and not a peaceful platformer. Yes, there are no enemies, but the only factor of death that is here(water below) in accordance with the very miniature size of everything on the screen + total darkness + a little unresponsive control + complete zeroing of levels with death... does not AT ALL contribute to "peaceful relaxation". The further you go, the more pressing is that if you die due to the fact that the character has jumped to the side against your command, you will start from the beginning, from the 1st level.
Nevertheless, the game is colorful, juicy and sounds nice. For a while, jumping through the levels, collecting experience shards and various small bonuses is interesting... but that's all. There is no story, even in the notes, there is no goal (only if you knock out achievements). I think for a small free game that is made quite suitable and deserves attention as, 7 from 10 is a normal rating... I see it like... for example, like some student in game design project posted their game for testing to the steam public.… Full Review »