A downloadable Collection of Walks for Windows, macOS, and Linux
This is where I rest my legs. I make a lot of walking simulators but release so few. I have decided to collect them here, and for a price you can download them. I hope you enjoy exploring this collection of perambulations.
Included In this collection is:
-The God Worm began its life as a test for some procedural generation. It takes place in some sort of pocket dimension.
-Darkling is an experiment inspired by a poem I enjoyed. I very nervously recorded my self reciting the poem.
-Infinite Autumn another proc gen experiment. It was shaped by unforeseen circumstances into something else.
-inis was a test for an art style. It soon became an exploration of an island environment.
-So We Were All Stuck in the T Pose, was a scene where I tested some assets, and unity's ragdoll system.
-Unreality was an attempt to evoke a childhood memory of toying about in the original Unreal Engine.
Notes On These Games.
All Games Can Be Exited By holding Down Esc For 3 Seconds
The God Worm features a Minecraftlike mechanic. You can break blocks by clicking on them. The aim is to find the pink blocks(The worms heart) and break it.
Infinite Autumn may have a deteriorating framerate as more autumn is generated on your system. This was a mistake in my programming, but also plays into my vision of the game. Please persevere.
There is a door in the center of the maze in Unreality. To open it you must walk into the white cube in the wall.
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Tags||Altgame, Experimental, First-Person, Procedural Generation, Walking simulator|
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Inis only shows up as a solid magenta screen for me (on mac). I can hear myself jump though, so I assume it's just the graphics that are broken.
Ahh thanks for letting me know. I previously had this same issue with the Linux version and thought the Mac version was fine. I will fix this soon.
I love this! No goal (for the most part), just exploring a world someone else has created. Very nice. It reminds me of my own weird walking simulators :P
Hey, the manifest is invalid at least in the Linux builds: use forward slashes "/" instead of backslashes "\"
On Windows, if you do use backslashes, make sure they're escaped, e.g. "\\", not just "\". See https://github.com/itchio/itch-compatibility-watch...
ahh thanks for the tip. I think the build got messed up at some point. I can't test Mac or Linux so usually I just have to hope it works. I'll get it fixed asap
Really lovely pack of games. I enjoyed exploring all of those awesome worlds.