Horace is an indie platformer game featuring Horace, a robot whose main purpose is to clean one million things. His story isn’t quite as simple as that though, as he eventually is tasked with helping to save the world.
Lots of replayability.
Amazing level design.
Some of the rhythm games are a little difficult with keyboard.
A couple of bugs remain.
Horace, simply put, is one of the best indie games I’ve ever played. I have completed it twice now and am well into my third playthrough, because there are still things that I haven’t actually done in the game. For a tenner, you’ll likely get minimally around twenty hours of gameplay, which is a no brainer. The game is top class and well worth your time.
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