So last article I discussed some of Yahtzee’s more gameplay oriented works, now I’m going to dive into his most significant game series: The Chzo Mythos. Split into four parts (originally only intended to be one, then two standalone games), the Chzo Mythos is a series of horror adventure games made using AGS. The Chzo Mythos series is best known for its story and narrative pacing.
So, read on to see each of the four parts of Yahtzee’s current Magnum Opus, and make sure the lights are off and the music is on. sound is turned up…
Hey folks, its November which means that there has been an entire month in which I have done absolutely nothing on this website =S. I’m very sorry for the lack of content, but University hit me just a little harder than I expected. Anyway, I have a lovely series of dark and spooky games to show you over the next couple of days, to go with the Halloween vibe (shutup, I don’t care if I’m almost a week late), made by someone you may already know of.
Fear me tiny baby men, I live! Hey everyone, it’s been a hectic summer filled with totally legitimate reasons as to why I’ve been abse- oh who am I kidding, I just suck at keeping personal promises sometimes. Anyway, I am back and do plan to both do the Bit.Trip Runner review (which I’ll likely end up redoing, it’s not too good at the moment) and finish my Touch Typing project. More on both of those later, for now, let’s talk about support roles and why I love them!