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Novel presentation and a masterful complexity curve, but The Pedestrian's very shy about storytelling.
A serene, quietly uplifting afternoon's entertainment for urban explorers and platform fans alike.
The Pedestrian is a charming game that asks you to puzzle your way out of the dimensional bounds of street signs.
The Pedestrian is surprising and astonishing and delighting, it’s true. But for about the first hour and the last.
The Pedestrian is a bright and addictive puzzle game with great music, but only when you play it in small sessions. This project will be perfect in a portable format when Skookum Arts finally releases it for iOS and Nintendo Switch.
Review in Russian | Read full review
The Pedestrian is visually, audibly, and almost completely mechanically sound. Be warned, though, there isn't much in terms of hints along the way. But in the end, you'll be surprised at how far you can make it with drive and a little brainpower.
There's more to The Pedestrian than meets the eye, but its best parts are the simple, obvious pleasures it offers.
The Pedestrian is a wonderfully crafted puzzle game. As it shines visually and with its very pleasant soundtrack, it offers a simple but brilliant concept, with a great difficulty curve and new ideas that make it simply unique and absolutely lovely.
Review in French | Read full review
Ultimately, it delivers exactly what I desire from games in its genre: a brain busting experience that challenges the limits of my creative problem solving skills without exhausting them.
Even with its unfortunate dip in visual quality from time to time, that aside, a lot of the points held against Skookum Arts can be admittedly put down to personal aspirations not met, rather than some fundamental flaw the game is undeniably guilty of.