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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: May 05, 2014 (03:05 AM)
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Bah. I had vague plans of making Year Walk my Y game. I think you've put me right off the idea.

Good review. I recently played a game called Okyntt which was built around Swedish folklore which included phantoms rising from the water trying to sweet talk you into drowning yourself and weird floating goblins that followed you everywhere and were never explained. I found the concept (and the casual nature it was presented) fascinating, but just wasn't all that sure I really liked the game behind it all. You've made this sound like too familiar a journey. Guess I'll just play another Ys instead. You did this.

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Author: Suskie
Posted: May 06, 2014 (01:10 AM)
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Well, it's cheap and it'll only run you around an hour, so if you're at all curious, you don't have much too lose. And hey, the art is lovely.

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