Horizon High is set in a post-apocalyptic world where every student has to work on a new game to get into college.
“Horizon is a video game experience for young people who love games and want to be immersed in the future,” the developers wrote in a statement to Kotaku.
“Horizon High is designed for all ages and ages of all types.”
Horizon takes place in an era where the human race has collapsed, and all the students are forced to work together to survive in a world where no one has ever been.
You can play the game on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and the PC version is coming to Mac and Linux on April 6.
It’s available for pre-order for $59.99 on PlayStation 4.
Horizon follows a group of young students who find themselves trapped on a small island on a remote island where they are tasked with finding a game to make it through the summer semester.
This is a game for all young people to enjoy, and they are just trying to survive until the end of the semester.
Horizon is a mix of action and puzzle-platformer.
Players must collect items in the game and build structures to reach the next level.
You can read more about Horizon High here: Horizon High School is a first-person action-platforming game for kids and adults.
It has a unique take on the action-puzzle genre, but you’ll find that the gameplay is all about building structures to get across the island, and completing tasks in order to progress.
Horizon was created by three game developers: Matt Crain, Michael Ruhle, and Nick Gaffey.