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"One of 2014's best games"
- Gary Bailey, GertLush Gaming

"I came away with a profound sense of my own mortality and that’s precisely the sort of thing that [Qora] might inspire me to explore."
- Adam Smith, RockPaperShotgun

"[Qora] has the same quirk and charm of old-school RPGs and adventure games"
- Chloi Rad, Indie Statik

Beautifully realised, and implementing stunning pixel-art graphics and a wonderful low-fi soundtrack, visionary filmmaker Holden Boyle's first video game Qora is a passionate homage to the past adventure game greats.

Settling in a new village tucked away amongst a valley, you will explore unknown mysterious landscapes, harnessing a strange mystical power hidden there.

An absorbing story-driven experience, Qora is an unforgettable journey that will continue to burn bright in your mind even after it is over.

  • Featuring many varied and gorgeous pixel-painted landscapes, Qora's world is full of intrigue and beautiful mystery
  • A powerful low-fi soundtrack accompanies your journey, punctuating the setting appropriately
  • Genuinely amusing and charming characters/dialogue will ensure that you speak to every last NPC
  • A mysterious power enables you learn more about your surroundings and explore the secrets hidden among the valleys
  • Multiple endings give you a reason to explore the game all over again
Release date
Ciprian Stanciu
Holden Boyles
Curve Digital
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or above
  • Processor: 2.4ghz dual core CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB, OpenGL 3.2 compatible GPU
  • Storage: 60 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Open AL compatible

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.9.5 or above
  • Processor: 2.4ghz dual core CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB, OpenGL 3.2 compatible GPU
  • Storage: 60 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Open AL compatible
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Qora reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
If you like the adventure games and also invite a relaxing discovery trip to throughout a beautiful world pixelated because Qora is your thing. If It is true that only progresses to the right but does not make the game bad, the music is beautiful but after a time of annoying play. It'S Funny weird.
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Microsoft from French
I liked this game, do not expect to action, it is extremely quiet. Perfect if you like to take the time to explore every nook and cranny of a game, or if you steal from it before you turn off the PC. The minimalistic graphics/pixels, the simply gorgeous soundtrack and the restful story I loved. Moreover it is full of secrets and passages of dialogue. Recommended!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Unlike many others, this Game has captivated me nict. The Pixel Graphics are quite appealing, but there is relatively little Interaction happening. Your own Actions are limited to right, left, climbing, sometimes destroying Grass or Stones. The Male runs quite slowly, so you might have some relaxing moments in Connection with the atherequical Music. Overall, though, I would call it rather boring.
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Microsoft from Spain
I join what I have read earlier: The scenarios, ambience and soundtrack are good, but there is hardly gameplay and the pace is very slow. On the other hand the typography that they have chosen, pixel, too thick and in capital letters, makes it difficult to read and makes it tedious to follow the story, I ended up pressing action repeatedly to focus on the visual trip itself, instead of the content . For me it's not a game, it's a visual tour, that although it doesn't last long, sometimes it gets long and heavy.
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Microsoft from Spain
Qora is not a game for everyone. In Qora You won't find an incredible story. There is No suspense, intrigue; There are no puzzles and the gameplay is negligible. The important thing about Qora is the journey, its atmosphere created by its brutal soundtrack and how beautiful the game itself is. It Is This same atmosphere that will keep you playing until you finish it. It Is A relaxing game, to play It alone and with headphones on. I haven't gotten the second end yet, but the first one breaks a little bit with the ambience. Again, Qora is not a game for everybody. It's come To me and I'm glad. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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Microsoft from Spain
The game is nice, the setting is very good, although the pace is somewhat slow and the gameplay limited (you can only walk and get to jump and execute actions at certain times... It is not a game to go jumping and stepping mosntruos or dodging obstacles, it is simply a virtual tour... Something like if they tell you a story but interactive in 8 bits, if you look for action and jumps or exploration of an open world you will not have it, but if you are looking for a pleasant audiovisual experience that takes time to give you to travel the story with its scenarios , this is definitely your game
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