We’re getting to the end of a year full of games that have captivated and entertained millions of fans, and we’re going to look back at some of the best.
Today we look at the first of those titles, Bayou.
The game takes place in the city of New Orleans, and it takes place during the Louisiana Purchase.
In 1806, the Louisiana legislature approved a law that granted Louisiana control of all Louisiana land, including the bayou.
That same year, the first real bayou was built in New Orleans.
The bayou’s name was originally meant to be a port to take people and cargo, but after a few years of neglect and neglect, the city finally settled on the name Bayou, a nickname that stuck for nearly 150 years.
The city was known as the “Bayou of the South,” because it was the southernmost point on the Mississippi River, and because of the bayous, the area was known for its rich history.
This game is a bit of a mixed bag, because it has some elements that are good, like a few mechanics that allow players to take control of the main character, and some mechanics that are not very interesting.
Bayou’s greatest strength is its combat system, where you can use a variety of different weapons and abilities.
The combat system allows for a variety to be used, and even allows for more varied attacks than traditional combat games usually do.
Some of these attacks include a shield bash, which will stun an opponent for a short time, and a spin attack, which can be used as a defensive move, and an aerial attack, a move that launches a projectile from the ground, which is used in a variety, and you can do things like dodge attacks, or you can throw objects.
Some enemies in the game can have abilities, and these abilities have a range, but the game does not make any attempt to teach players how to use the various abilities properly.
Some abilities that you can choose from are fire, ice, and lightning, and they have a cooldown.
There is a cooldown for fire, and there is a time limit, which prevents you from activating abilities that take a long time to use.
Bayous is very much a turn-based game, and that is one of the reasons why it’s such a fun game.
You can turn the battlefield around and try to take the offensive, but you can also turn the tables and attack with some of your abilities.
In addition to combat, the game has a lot of puzzle elements.
You have to solve puzzles, and the game encourages you to do so, by allowing you to solve them in different ways, and to find clues that help you to advance in the story.
The puzzles are really fun to solve, and not only do you have to find the right answers, but also the right combinations of answers.
Bayo is one that encourages replayability, so if you do find the answer to a puzzle, you can play it again to try and figure out how to solve it in a different way.
Bayou has a couple of unique things going for it that other turn-towards-survival titles don’t have.
One of the most interesting aspects of Bayou is that it’s a cooperative game.
Each player has an army of minions that can help them, and each player can also choose a character that can act as their leader.
When you have a large number of players playing Bayou together, it’s very common for players to come up with different strategies for each other.
The most common strategy is to take over a village and try and take it over.
In other games, you might have to fight off your enemies or take out your friends, but in Bayou the game is very simple, and players can simply take over an entire town.
The problem with Bayou though, is that the game doesn’t really tell you what to do.
Bays army can be sent out at a certain time, but there is no way to know what that is.
You’re not really in control of your army, and in addition, your army isn’t even organized.
If you’re looking for a game where you are going to have to make choices, this game is not for you.
It’s also worth noting that Bayou has many unique mechanics, and Bayou definitely has a very unique combat system.
You do have a wide variety of ways to play the game, but Bayou does have some unique mechanics that require you to think about when you should attack and when you shouldn’t attack.
For example, you have the ability to summon a small group of minions and use them to take out certain enemies.
This is a very interesting mechanic because it allows you to have a few minions at a time.
In the past, you would use a group of a dozen minions to take on a single enemy, but now you can summon two or three minions and then take