Horn is the next iOS effort from Dark Meadow dev

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 27 June 2012 02:29 GMT

Phosphor Games has detailed its next mobile gaming effort, a fantasy adventure called Horn. According to IGN‘s hands-on report, the third-person action game is fully navigable and explorable, unlike the on-rails experience offered by similarly beautiful rival Infinity Blade. The screens look pretty damn shiny and so does the commitment to pure tap controls – no virtual buttons. Phosphor’s last release, Dark Meadow, garnered plenty of fans, so keep an eye out for Horn; no release date has ben announced.

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