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Horn Free is Much More Than a Demo of One of the Year's Best Mobile Games

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Phosphor Games' Unreal Engine 3-powered Horn is one of my favorite games of 2012, but $6.99 a relatively hefty price tag. Horn Free gives iOS gamers a taste of the gorgeous adventure along with a brand-new endless Quest Mode that should thrill old and new players alike.

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While other mobile games are busy trying to nail down the elusive first-person shooter formula, Horn has already perfected the mobile adventure game, with a simple touch-to-move exploration mechanic and Infinity Blade-style combat with a positional twist.

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Horn Free lets new players experience the prologue to the grand adventure, a bite-sized taste that's sure to leave them wanting more. That's where the new Quest Mode comes in. Debuting in the free version and added to the full version via free update, in Quest Mode, titans are taking over the land, and the brave blacksmith's apprentice turned hero Horn must take them down before they succeed. Quest mode features new enemies, tons of fresh equipment to upgrade and dazzling new lands to explore.

iOS games can grab Horn Free right here.

Illustration for article titled emHorn Free/em is Much More Than a Demo of One of the Years Best Mobile Games
Illustration for article titled emHorn Free/em is Much More Than a Demo of One of the Years Best Mobile Games
Illustration for article titled emHorn Free/em is Much More Than a Demo of One of the Years Best Mobile Games

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Relytgninroht
Relytgninroht

$7 is a hefty price tag? That's like a Starbucks coffee and a breakfast sandwich- two things that definitely don't last as long as this. Most good iOS games cost anywhere from $5-10. $15+ for Square-Enix games.