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Escape The Ayuwoki in PlayOnLinux

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  • by booman, Jan 4, 2021 at 11:42 PM
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    Escape Ayuwoki is a first person stealth horror game where your goal is to find your way out of the house without Ayuwoki finding you. This game is full of suspenseful moments of absolute terror! The monster is extremely sensitive to movement, sound and light. There are very limited areas you can go in order to traverse throughout the house, so take your time and investigate each area before moving ahead. If she catches you, then you have to start over.

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    https://deadlycrowgames.itch.io/escape-the-ayuwoki

    The key to this game is to learn where you can hide and where you can't. The developer has done an amazing job creating hiding places in the game. You can use your flashlight to see if there is room under a table, behind a chair or under stairs. You will find that your character can actually fit into tight spaces. This is a unique feature because Ayuwoki will be moving quickly around the house looking for you. Your only warning is the sound of scary stringed instruments fading in. Thats all!

    Be diligent and memorize where you can hide.

    There is a native port available on their itch page. It is being developed in Unity3D engine. I didn't have any problems with settings, performance or running the game in general. My GeForce GTX 1060 handled the game nicely.

    Specs:
    Mint 19.3 64-bit
    GeForce GTX 1060
    Nvidia 440.59

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