August 4, 2012 12:00 PM | John Polson
Blake Fix's Windows-compatible Walker offers an amazing platforming adventure, full of large areas to explore and lots of collectibles that require exploration or slight puzzle solving. What may be a deal-breaker for some is that, true to its name, Walker doesn't stop walking. Instead, players use one button to scale objects or ricochet off them to change direction. Frantically flailing that same button will revive Walker if death becomes him/her/it. Finally, this cute instruction "picture book thing" shows the charming characters and writing you will encounter and come to adore.
Despite a few hiccups, one-button adventure Walker should keep you busy and happy for a few hours finding all the plusms. Walker thankfully employs checkpoints and a save feature, in case it proves to be too much for one sitting.