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The Yawhg Review

Most PC games are the type played in your room alone, maybe with a friend or maybe a solo experience. With split screen becoming a rare breed spotted in obscure locations, the idea of playing a PC game with someone in the same room is becoming an odd scene made of dust and forgotten memories. 1,194 more words


The Yawhg (PC)

In a world of sword, sorcery, sorrow, and song, there is a city. The city is beset every great while by a disaster known as the Yawhg. 841 more words

Jennie Faber explains how Bit Bazaar is 'equal parts arcade, food festival, and craft market'

This weekend is the Toronto Comics Arts Festival, a celebration of comic books, graphic novels and other indie artistic creations. For the past three years, TCAF has hosted not just comics, but several exhibitions of the city’s booming independent gaming scene. 1,522 more words

FP Tech Desk

The Yawhg

The Yawhg

Developed by Damian Sommer and Emily Carroll

The Yawhg is a bit akin to playing a choose your own adventure book. A party game played for 1-4 players, you take the role of any combination of characters to face the impending doom of a mysterious upcoming event known as the yawhg. 866 more words

Steam Challenge

The Yawhg: An interview with the game's creator, Damian Sommer

Balancing a game that tells an infectious story and gradually becomes more engaging as time passes, may not be an easy feat, but Damian Sommer found a comfortable mixture with his latest game, The Yawhg. 1,669 more words


Review: The Yawhg

The Yawhg is a storytelling machine.

An independently developed choose-your-own-adventure game, The Yawhg weaves a different story every time you play it. How each story plays out depends on your choices and some amount of luck. 676 more words


The Yawhg Review

‘The Yawhg will be here in six weeks… and no one expects it”

The Yawhg is unlike any game I have played before. It’s unique and inventive choose-your-own-adventure style gameplay gives a much needed kickstart to imaginative design in games. 624 more words