Developer Simogo’s creepy indie game Year Walk is available now on Steam. This new version brings with it exclusive content, including new locations, puzzles, a map, in-game encyclopedia, Steam achievements, and updated art assets. The game is inspired by the ancient Swedish phenomena of “year walking,” in which people would go on a year-long vision quest to catch a glimpse of their future.
I do something similar, only my vision quest involves gorging myself on video games and day-old Chinese food — the best kind of Chinese food — until the monosodium glutamate causes me to hallucinate. What I see during that five hour-long MSG-fueled trip I interpret as my future.
Year Walk is available now on Steam for $5.99.
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