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The Yawhg is a one-to-four player choose-your-own-adventure game that randomizes a unique story every time you play. The evil Yawhg is returning. How will the town’s locals lead their lives in the meanwhile, and what will they do when the dreaded Yawhg finally arrives?
Date de parution: 30 mai 2013
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“The Yawhg manages to be one of the freshest experiences I’ve played in years – multiplayer or otherwise.”
5/5 – Gamezebo

“The Yawhg is a gorgeous adventure that's likely to amuse and move you in equal measure.”
8.8/10 – CultureMass

“What elevates The Yawhg from other interactive fiction games is that the writing displays charm and humor that's never mawkish or contrived.”
7.5/10 – Destructoid

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The Yawhg is a one-to-four player choose-your-own-adventure game that randomizes a unique story every time you play. The evil Yawhg is returning. How will the town’s locals lead their lives in the meanwhile, and what will they do when the dreaded Yawhg finally arrives? The fate of a community hinges on the characters’ actions, and the decisions of their players.

Features

  • Stories which can be played alone, or with friends.
  • A fully fleshed-out world, where actions can have dire consequences.
  • A randomly generated story that's different every time you play.
  • Gorgeous artwork by the award-winning Emily Carroll.
  • Over 50 unique endings that can happen to every character.
  • A haunting soundtrack by Ryan Roth, sound designer for Starseed Pilgrim.
  • A s͎e̝̬̠̭ͅn̬͉̪͕͇s̜̝̮͔͈e͓͎̻̦̣͔͉͢ ̺̰̫͜o̧͚̹͉̰̬͍̲f̛̟͉͈̥̠́ ̢̙̫̖̙̱͠i̺̰͉̟͎͟͡m̺͈̟͚͜͡ͅp͘͝͏̝̲̲͚̤e̵͈n̸̙̮̺̥̩͖̩̤̙ḓ̤͖̀i̛͇̖̞̺̲͈̲̠͟n̸̡̜͜g̴̛̲͙̙̪̳͚͎̼̹͙̮̲̻͓̀͘͞ͅ ̵̷̢̙͍̣̖̭̪͚̻͎̤̞̙̖̰͕͕͞d͝͏̣̝̫̱̱̥̹͇̹̺̮̤͉ͅó̷̯͕̙͔͚͙̳̳̮̣͈͍͚̟̬̟͎̖̕͘o̵̴҉̢̙̬͇̖͉̜͠m̵͏͉̲̠̱͙͉̳̻̖͉̟̦̩͙͉̯͢͟ͅͅ.̷̸̵̧̬͍̙͕̫̝͖̞̩̥̩̣̙͍̗̱͓͈͚͇̣̤͜

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: A resolution of at least 1280 x 720.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Un jeu simple mais efficace, court certes mais une rejouabilité assez conséquente, les musiques du jeu correspondent énormément à l'ambiance générale du jeu et nous transportent facilement, une patte graphique fun et propre, un jeu finit et travaillé, qui est fun que celà soit seul, avec des amis, voir même durant une petite soirée, pendant qu'on cherche où on a rangé les dés de donjons et dragons la dernière fois, ou encore en buvant une bière avec vos amis : 1h de fun de garantie, si ce n'est plus si affinité, à ressortir à toutes les occasions.
Ce petit rpg vous permet d'incarnez 1 à 4 personnages à qui vous donnez des instructions à faire les faisant gagner des stats afin de sauver la ville du Yawg, durant certaines actions des événement aléatoire peuvent vous arriver, tous sont pertinents, font référence au monde de la fantasy et des comptes, ils apportent encore plus à chaques expérience.
Chaque choix est décisif, et l'implication personnelle pour sauver votre ville n'est que grandissante de partie en partie.
Je recommande énormément ce jeu, une petite perle dont on ne saît trop d'où elle sort, à tout les fans de RPG et qui aiment voir que les choix que l'on prend pour son personnage impliquent de réelles conséquences.
Qui plus est une partie n'étant pas très longue vous pouvez très bien vous détendre devant ce jeu en quelques minutes puis retourner à vos occupations.
Posté le : 9 mars 2014
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132 personne(s) sur 170 (78%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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7 évaluations
3.7 heures en tout
For a more comprehensive review, please see my write-up at http://criticalindiegamer.com/2014/02/the-yawhg-review-pc/

What can I say? It is very, very good, but also a brief experience. With a few friends the tales you weave will cause fits of raucous laughter, but they will be short-lived. A play-through takes around 10-30 minutes, and the end phase offers no real-resolution.

A folk music style soundtrack interweaves the basic, but charming presentation of the game. Both are lovely, and compliment one another well.

The Yawhg puts me in a tough place because I really enjoyed it, but I question its worth at $10. I don't usually draw comparisons between price and longevity, but if I paid $10 I can't help thinking I would feel a little let down. There are multiple play-throughs here, but even by the second play you will be seeing the same situations again.

Buy it if you are looking for a fun, memorable experience to play with your friends, and don't mind the longevity issues.
Posté le : 22 février 2014
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91 personne(s) sur 122 (75%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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What a great game. A few beers, sit around and yell about how magnificent you are. And it goes fast, so even better for drinking. What I'm trying to say is, this game is gorgeous, it sounds great, and it gets me drunk. Really good and drunk.

10/10, would drink again.
Posté le : 27 février 2014
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38 personne(s) sur 53 (72%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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18 évaluations
0.2 heures en tout
This is a visual novel in the same style as Monster Loves You. The game involves choosing where to go each turn, then responding to the randomized event that happens there. The event and your response to it will have positive or negative effects on one or more of your character's stats, which in turn influence later events and the end of the game. It's sort of like a dating sim, except instead of trying to get the girl, you're trying to survive the apocalypse.

The music and the writing are top notch, which makes the game a joy to play through several times over. Events are randomized to give the game more replay value, but they also interconnect with each other in surprising and delightful ways, so you're likely to see something new even on your tenth time through the game. Each run only takes about ten minutes, so finishing it multiple times is more fun than frustrating.

Though enjoyable as a solitary experience, the game really shines when used as a party game. Grab a few friends and try to stave off The Yawhg together - or don't, and see if your character can fare better than the others after the apocalypse.
Posté le : 27 février 2014
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6 évaluations
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If we follow Sid Meier’s definition of a game as “a series of meaningful choices”, then The Yawhg is indeed the gamiest of all the games. It is all about the choices you make. Still, there might be people out there who will think that there’s not enough, uh, game in this game.

In the end it doesn’t really matter though, I have no problem whatsoever with thinking of this as a “mood piece”. I enjoyed it immensely. Sometimes it is rather straightforward, sometimes it is deliciously dark and twisted. It is an astonishing, unique thing and I am very glad that it is out there.

(full review over here )
Posté le : 27 février 2014
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Récompenses


IGF 2014 Nominee - Excellence in Narrative
IGF 2014 Nominee - Excellence in Audio
IGF 2014 Honourable Mention - Excellence in Visual Art
IGF 2014 Honourable Mention - Grand Prize
Indiecade 2013 Selection
Fantastic Arcade 2013 Selection