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. The Yawhg is a one- to four-player choose-your-own-adventure game that randomizes a unique story every time you play.
This is a fun game, but severely lacking in content for the asking price. I bought it expecting a lot more plot elements that would allow for much greater replayability, but it is a great let-down in this respect.
On just your second play through you will already immediately encounter a lot of repeated content. Yes, you can develop each character a different way if you like, but after three games you will have experienced all the game has to offer, and sadly that will only take about an hour and a half tops.
It has a pleasant art style, and I really enjoyed the music and the story elements that it did have, but if you are strapped for cash you can easily find a lot of games out there that offer many more hours of entertainment for your $10, or even for free.
I feel somewhat cheated based on the money I spent compared to the entertainment time I received. I would expect a game that has the content that this game has to be priced at more like $2.50. It's a real shame, because I don't believe it would have been a lot of effort or imagination on the devs part to come up with many more snippets that could have improved the replayability of the game immensely.
Pleasantly surprised by this. Not what I was expecting before playing, but thoroughly enjoyable. The price vs the length of a game might put some off, but I thought it was worth it.
The game is good, but short. It's one of these "choose your adventure" type, but unlike for example Monsters Love You there aren't many adventures to choose from. The artwork is gorgeous, the story is well-thought and character stats are nice addition, but whole game is extremely short with close to none replayability value. I would recommend it for someone looking for nice artistic experience, but for a gamer such as myself it is unsatisfactory. For this price at least.
Fun game, but it really needs to be played with friends to enjoy.
Fan of Emily Carroll? Then I highly recommend this game!
This game is designed to be a party game where a 4 players perform various activities in different part of the town, raise character's stats, influence the town, and importantly be ready for the ultimate destruction from the YAWHG.
Tip : Happy ending does not mean good/interesting ending. Also, activity/event/accident occurred in one part of the town may affect rest of the town and/or the characters.
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