A downloadable walking simulator for Windows

A first attempt at a walking simulator in Unreal Engine 4.

There are no in-game audio options, so set your windows audio volume low to start with.

An SSD is recommended because nothing is optimised.  In-game loads can take a while and be a bit jarring on an old spinner.  Once you've clicked the start game button it can take upwards of a minute on an old hard disk.

Lastly, I only have access to an old I7-2600K/16GB ram/Nvidia-GTX580 but it runs at around 25FPS on this old thing.  Anything above that should play this well enough.

NOTES - For whatever reason UE4 won't bake the lighting without crashing, so this is running all lighting in realtime.  This is sub-optimal, but that's life.

The commentary becomes available after the first complete playthrough, regardless of which door you choose at the end.  However, once you start a game, commentary mode or normal, it will always show the commentary nodes in-game.  This is a known bug.  Delete the savegame file to get rid of the nodes.  This won't be fixed because I'm already over schedule on this 'game.'

Release date Jan 14, 2019
Made withUnreal Engine
TagsWalking simulator
LicenseMIT License
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)

Install instructions

Download, play.

Solid State Drive recommended due to unoptimised loading.


Frequency 1 GB
Version 2 Jan 14, 2019

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