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Himno

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
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68

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Game Information

Available on:PCApr 12, 2019

Developer: David Moralejo Sánchez

Publisher: GrabTheGames

Genres: Adventure, Platformer

AN ENDLESS EXPERIENCE ABOUT JUMPING AND WATCHING THE WORLD CREATED FEATURING: Non-violent, no death Your actions in the world trigger emotional soundtracks and vibrant visuals Wall-jumps, slides, dashes, moving platforms, lifts Play at your own pace without pressure Watch bright things dance around you Great for playing for a little while every now and then to discover some new maps Enjoyable by a wide variety of player skill
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Himno - Official Steam Launch Trailer

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Reviews

Himno is a relaxing 2D platformer where death only comes from falling. The levels are dark and ruin-like, yet emit tranquility and beauty as well. It's best played in short bursts, but if you just want to turn off your brain and relax, here's your chance.

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A good combination of beautiful, challenging and relaxing, Himno isn't the most gripping game you'll ever play, but it is well worth a go.

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Though Himno prides itself on its relaxed atmosphere, its lack of direction paired with its procedurally generated worlds fail to leave a lasting impression. As a result, it is only worth it for the most diehard of platforming fans.

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So although I didn’t know anything about this game prior to its release, I’ve cleaned up 1000 gamer score and still don’t know very much about the game either, I honestly can’t really recommend this to anyone other than the most hardcore of Gamer Score hunters who want to mop up the points.

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Himno is a free, relaxing platformer in which you can't die

Himno is a free, relaxing platformer in which you can't die

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