This game is rated PEGI 12
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Posted: 10 months ago.
As you progresses, you gain access to upgrades and powers. Gravity boots that allow you to walk on walls and ceilings. Atlas gloves that enable you to throw objects and many more powers. These, along with regular checkpoints, help with the challenging jumps and puzzle solving. If you do die you can restart quickly and have infinite lives.
The running and jumping is interspersed with different mini-games drawn from video games of years gone by. You can expect to try your hand at variations of classics like Pong, Space Invaders and Outrun, among many others. This is a game that is bursting at the seams with content, but one that blends it together expertly.
Horace is a uniquely British game with old school appeal that harkens back to platform classics found on the Super Nintendo or Amiga, but whether you lived through that period or not, the gameplay alone will keep you challenged and entertained.
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