|6 апреля 2016 г.
- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: Something old should be fine.
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: N/A
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 18 MB available space
- Sound Card: N/A
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Journey your way high and low, far and wide, just for the heck of it. Meet weirdos along the way. Explode things. Explode them good. It's a super quirky semi-retro platform-adventure.
- Single button accessibility.
- Pretty pixels, or so I've been told. Unless your some kind of pixel-ist. In which case... awkwaard...
- Whimsical, retro-y music-sounds just for your ear-holes alone. Well, and everyone else's.
- 30ish level-type-areas. Some are long and some are short, It doesn't have flagpoles to mark the end of each area so I'm just sort of guesstimating here.
- Snarky writing, cute n' quirky characters.
- Easy to grasp, hard to master gameplay.
- An instruction booklet with drawings and descriptions just like the good ol' days.
- Arrow Keys to change direction.
- Z to jump and preform various situation based actions.
- Customizable input of course.
- Buttons for mode toggle, fullscreen, volume, etc.
Reviews about the game
An enjoyable and lovingly platformer with quite a few secrets and cute things to discover. The gameplay is simple, basically just one all purpose button, yet it feels good with stuff like wall jumping (/ kicking), double jump boots and the like. Somewhat reminds me of the old NES Super Mario Bros, which is a good thing.
Little Walker is an overlooked gem. The game is a hodgepodge of bells and whistles that keep the player stimulated and constantly surprised. The sheer variety of enemies and obstacles encountered kept me on my feet throughout. The many friendly NPCs also supplied a fair few laughs. The dialog is as charming as the excellent updated visuals are adorable. Every little detail in the game oozes character, adding to the fun-loving tone of the game. The way Walker emotes depending on his health is perhaps the most compelling incentive to actually avoid damage. The game is certainly forgiving, making the game more about enjoying the journey than overcoming a challenge, aside from a few more difficult sections. Still, the world is so delightful and the gameplay so charming that the difficulty is hardly missed. Having a character that can't stop walking keeps the pace moving at a breakneck speed, and challenges hardly overstay their welcome. The game may be short, clocking in at just 80 minutes for me, but it feels satisfyingly complete. I do have two main criticisms for the game. First of all is the text. The text is very blurry, in contrast to the rest of the crisp pixel art. This makes the menu incredibly difficult to navigate. After looking at some old game footage, this problem is either only happening to me or is specific to the new art update. Either way, I hope that this problem is resolved soon. My other key criticism of the game is that it suffers from Sonic 1 syndrome, in that the first level is so much fun that the rest of the game has a difficult time stacking up. The first few levels are full of so many different paths, mechanics, secrets, and other bits and bobs, while the middle of the game takes a bit of a dip in terms of pacing. While this certainly serves as a good hook, the middle of the game really needs some more stand out moments to keep the game on a healthy interest curve. Despite any shortcomings, the game is still a blast to play and I would certainly recommend it to anyone considering picking it up, especially at such a low price.
Very charming little platformer. I spent hours roaming the world of the game, getting all the achievements, and finding all the numerous secrets it hides. I learnt about the game on Twitch where the developer (very cool guy) worked on the game live, which is very interesting to watch. There's a scoreboard for the fastest completion time. I have the record at the time of this writing. Try to beat me!
Very cheerful, the soundtrack is fantastic and the overall movement feels nice. The humour is also very charming. One of the most underrated games out there in my opinion.
Fantastic game with some tricky parts Get into it 10/10 Would definitely walk 500 miles ....again
I've only played a bit so far and I can't wait to go back for more. This is a cute little game it deserves some love.