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Submitted by marcellizot 788d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Year Walk review

For most people, stumbling about in a chilly forest - lost, confused, and alone - is called "camping".

But for the creative Swedish bods at Simogo, it's actually a ritualistic spirit quest, which lets you bend the very fabric of time and space to have a sneaky peek at the future. (iPad, iPhone, Year Walk) 8/10

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