Fog Factory - Game Maker

Fog Factory - Game Maker

I expected much more. This Game-Maker sadly suffers from a lack of ambition and creative thought. The UI design is lacking, the audio rarely works and the game is incredibly imbalanced. Hopefully in the future this can be improved, although that may take a lot of work.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Home was one of the first (previously) PC exclusive horror games that I ever bought. Although I have been a fan of everything horror all of my life, this little hidden indie gem really kickstarted everything that I do today. I even reviewed it once upon a time ago, and it was one of the first game reviews that I ever wrote. However, as my writing style has progressed and grown through the years, and the fact that I recently replayed this subtle masterpiece on console, I’ve felt compelled to rewrite my original review. Back to the game that started it all, back to Home.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

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It’s a bit hard for me to form a certain opinion on Home, while certainly being a very interesting adventure, there’s flaws that I can’t seem to ignore.

You wake up in someplace, and all you find is a flashlight. From here it’s up to you to find out what happened. This is the first problem, I surely like games that based themselves in mystery and even those that leave some of the story open to interpretation, but Home relies HEAVILY on that certain aspect. While some people may like that, it sort of irritates me that I cannot find the true explanation of this game. There’s 2 ways the story can go, it all depends on what you decide in the basement part of the game, but you have the same 3 endings if you choose one or another because in the end, they’re both tragic as hell.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Home on Steam