Yuts

geographer and game developer of “Norco”

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In the video game “Norco,” a young woman explores the oil refineries and drainage ditches of Southern Louisiana, in search of her missing brother.

‘Norco’ video game: Solve a mystery at Louisiana oil town

In the video game “Norco,” a young woman explores the oil refineries and drainage ditches of Southern Louisiana, in search of her missing brother.

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