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  • Summary: Home is a unique horror adventure set in a beautifully-realized pixel world. It’s a murder mystery with a twist—because you decide what ultimately happens. Awakened by an oncoming storm, you open your eyes to discover yourself in a strange, dark room—tucked away in a house that’s not yours.Home is a unique horror adventure set in a beautifully-realized pixel world. It’s a murder mystery with a twist—because you decide what ultimately happens. Awakened by an oncoming storm, you open your eyes to discover yourself in a strange, dark room—tucked away in a house that’s not yours. As you play the game, it changes—subtly, almost imperceptibly—to reflect your perspective. It's a horror game unlike any other, and as you'll discover, its truths are entirely subjective. Expand
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  1. 80
    Home has been an indie darling since it’s original release of 2012 but with the Post Mortem edition, you get bonus areas and clues that give new twists to the story plus director commentary throughout. The director's commentary really goes in depth on the design and intentions regarding how clues worked adding another layer to the already multilayered package presented. An indie darling indeed.
  2. Oct 28, 2020
    80
    Home is an excellent game and this Postmortem Edition acts as a wonderful reintroduction for fans. A must-play for indie enthusiasts.
  3. Oct 23, 2020
    60
    This Postmortem Edition has given me a new respect for Rivers and his development process, but I still feel the same about Home now as I did years ago. It's a unique little game that is worth a playthrough, but I believe Rivers went on to better things with both of his follow-ups (especially the wonderful Alone With You from 2016).