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Latest revision as of 08:19, 29 April 2018

Welcome to the Official YORG.io Wiki
the YORG.io guide written and maintained by the players.

We are currently maintaining 303 pages (36 articles).

Please feel free to contribute by creating new articles or expanding existing ones.

About YORG.io

YORG.io is a game about supply chains and defending your game against zombies!

Your goal is to survive as long as possible. Can you beat your friends?

This game can be played on browsers by visiting the Official Website.

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Main page sections: Top · Flex · Bottom. Changes for the main page can be proposed here.