The peaceful 2D platformer Himno is now available for free on Steam. Created a long time ago by David Moralejo Sánchez, Himno started off as a private project which he played to de-stress. Over time he fell in love with the game and decided to share it for free through publisher GrabTheGames.
This is a platformer where the hero has a sword, but never uses it. There are no enemies and the hero can never die. The controls are simple and easy to learn for the parkour platformer. Classic platformer components such as wall-jumps, slides, dashes, moving platforms, and lifts are a part of the game.
Each map is procedurally generated for players to explore and overcome through many different means similar to that of classic 8-bit platformers. Actions in the world trigger emotional soundtracks and vibrant visuals bringing the world alive.
An official launch trailer shows the dimly lit world as the hero makes their way through the world and how the various floating light orbs interact with the hero.
Himno was designed to be played at a players own pace and enjoyable by players with a wide variety of skill. So take a breath and relax in Himno.
David Moralejo Sánchez who is also known as Breakfast Studio (@BreafastStudi1 Twitter) is an independent video game developer from Madrid, Spain. He is also developing the Early Access game Medieval Shopkeeper Simulator. David is also a fan of pizza.