In this inaugural edition of my new Review Bites feature we’ll set the ground rules and get rolling with a load of mini reviews (complete with gameplay videos) to share some love, some hate, and some “Meh!” Well, and likely complaining some about “freemium” games…
Horn by Phosphor Games is a Tegra exclusive game. It has been the case from the time of launch up until this very moment. However, that never stopped it from being able to be purchased or downloaded by users on non-Tegra devices. It’s an interesting little scenario that seems to be doing more harm than good though.
While we don’t usually post about the Game Music Bundle sales that happen, mostly because it is related to iOS games, the current one that is going on right now actually features the soundtracks from games that happen to be on both iOS and Android, most notably the soundtrack from Phosphor Games’ latest release Horn.
Horn has been one of the most awaited titles to hit Google Play in recent times. After being shown at the Google I/O running on a Nexus 7, Horn has been creating the buzz in the Android gaming world. A console-like gameplay on a touchscreen device was what it touted. Developed by Phosphor Games and published by Zynga, does Horn deliver?
Originally slated for release this week, Horn by Phosphor Games, in partnership with Zynga, has been pushed back a bit and will instead arrive next week. When it launches, Horn will be available through Tegra Zone and Google Play for Tegra 3 Android devices.
Back during the Zynga press even in June, 2012, Phosphor Games announced their next project which is to be called Horn. At that time there was very little information about Horn except for the fact it looked visually amazing. For those of you unfamiliar with Phosphor Games, they were responsible for the great Silent Hill-esque game called Dark Meadow.
Yesterday we reported that Phosphor Games, developers of the rather creepy Dark Meadows game for Tegra-based devices, have released a bit of a trailer / video interview regarding their upcoming game for Android called Horn. This game was further confirmed for Android during the Google I/O 2012 Day 1 Keynote event going on this morning.
Phosphor Games, developers of the rather creepy Dark Meadows game for Android and iOS, have announced a new title called Horn during Zynga’s press event which is still currently going on at the time of writing this. Phosphor Games took the stage at Zynga’s press event after they announced their new Zynga Partners for Mobile program.