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.
With The Dark Meadow, Phosphor Games Studio proved it could make a game that looked as good as a console title, but the sinister shooter's limited on-rails gameplay was strictly mobile-grade.
Today Epic Games announced the opening of some video game studio in Maryland that has a freaking bear with wings and a unicorn horn for its logo. It's working on Infinity Blade: Dungeons or something. Bear. With wings. And a horn.
Even in a banner year for great game music, Austin Wintory's living, breathing score for Journey stands apart. I've been looking forward to seeing what he's been up to—as it turns out, he's been working on the soundtrack to Horn, an upcoming game by Phosphor Games (that, yes, will be published by Zynga.)