WayForward Collaborates With Amazon In Til Morning’s Light

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Til Morning's Light | oprainfall

Earlier today on Twitter, it was announced by none other than Cristina Vee herself that WayForward has a new game up their sleeves! Though the tweet has since been taken down, the game it referred to is called Til Morning’s Light, and is going to be a collaboration between WayForward and Amazon Game Studios. As such, it is no surprise that it will be an exclusive on Amazon devices, most notably the Amazon Fire Phone. While I am sad it has not been announced for consoles of any sort, it does look like a charming and different game from WayForward’s usual fare, focusing on horror and survival, mixed with puzzle solving elements. Best of all is that the main character will be voiced by Cristina Vee herself! If nothing else, it looks interesting, based off the official announcement trailer. Take a gander and let us know what you think in the comment section below!

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