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Submitted by -Mezzo- 630d ago | review

Impulse Gamer - Home: A Unique Horror Adventure Review

Impulse Gamer - Up until I decided to stop being a technophobic luddite and finally pick up a smartphone, I used to scoff at the notion that mobile games were becoming serious contenders against consoles and computers. My sentiments quickly changed when I discovered that games like The Walking Dead, The Broken Sword series and many other high profile titles were available on the platform without any compromises from the transfer to the handheld medium; however, the true wealth of gaming brilliance was to be discovered in some of the genre-breaking indie games nestled amongst the more well known titles. (Home: A Unique Horror Adventure, iPad, iPhone) 9.8/10

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