Title: Home is Where One Starts...
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Release Date: 12 May, 2015
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I had played The First Tree before I played Home is Where One Starts... so I had an idea of the type of game to expect. It gave me just that, nothing more nothing less. You explore a trailer that was the home of your character at one point when they were younger. Judging by your height I would say you are exploring it when she was a child. You aren\u2019t given any buildup or backstory before you begin. You aren\u2019t directed to any specific parts besides one. You will get voice overs when you arrive at certain places that start to fill in the girl\u2019s story. One thing I didn\u2019t like to see, for an exploration game, was invisible walls. I understand that with a limited budget it was probably the easiest option but it still is not fun to see when exploring. The music was well done as well and sets the mood. The voice actress did a very good job as well. The graphics are a mixed bag. The water was good and the little details like the posters on the walls were well done but things such as structures, and surfaces like wood looked pretty low resolution, especially next to the other better done assets.
\tI played Home is Where One Starts... on Linux. It had the odd drop to 40-50 fps but was above 60 fps for all but a minute or so of the odd drops. It didn\u2019t crash on me once. The controls were not remappable although there are only a few buttons to use. Alt-Tab didn\u2019t work. The game used about 12% of my CPU and my total RAM usage while playing was 3.5GB. The game uses 550MB of disk space. The game took me 24 minutes to beat although I didn\u2019t discover all the voiceovers.
\tIf you enjoy games such as Tacoma, The Station, or Gone Home you will probably enjoy this. It isn\u2019t quite in the same league as those but it\u2019s still a solid game. I would also recommend checking out The First tree which is made by the same developer. I paid $3.29 CAD for the game and I feel that is a good deal for what you get. I would even say it would be worth it at $5 CAD.
My Score: 7\/10
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