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Chicago’s Newest Video Games

STATE OF PLAY: A new generation of game studios has risen from the ashes of Midway Games and EA’s local office, bringing games for all ages across gaming platforms

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Project Horn (working title), developed by Phosphor Games

Project Horn (working title) (mobile devices, including iPad and iPhone)

GET IT: Available in April for about $5 at apple.com/itunes; see phosphorgames.com for updates
DEVELOPED BY: Phosphor Games, a fast-growing West Loop studio that rose from the ashes of Midway; its first mobile game, 2011’s shadowy fairy tale Dark Meadow, was a six-figure-download hit
PREMISE: Details are top-secret, but Phosphor pledges console-quality graphics in an action-fantasy game (think Zelda) that plays like a storybook come to life.
AUDIENCE: Thrill seekers of all ages, casual gamers



Photograph: Courtesy of studio


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