Game Walkers is a small group of passionate video game players. Our main focus is to help people discover new games to play, with a moderate focus on video games developed by small independent companies. We started this site in April of 2013 and plan to keep a steady flow of video game reviews and other gaming related information coming for you to enjoy.
One of our major goals is to create a system that allows people to discover games based on very specific game attributes. Currently, the discovery system allows users to rate and review Steam games and apply categories to those games so that people can discover them.
Sean Hogan & Jon Kittaka, the two man team that created Anodyne are working hard on their next indie game title: Even The Ocean. The game is comprised of two different games: "Even" and "The Ocean". Both of the games are similar thematically and mechanically, but "Even" will be more story oriented while "The Ocean" will be a more traditional adventure/platformer game. We were able to get our hands on the early demo of "The Ocean" portion of the game, and while it was short, we had a great time trying it out.
Lurking in the shadow of a beautiful and desolate Italian mountainside, a nightmare is waiting to be remembered. The seeming serenity of the countryside gives no indication of the horrors and bloody recollections that lie within the familiar sawmill that stands before you. Get ready to uncover the past and relinquish all ties with your innocence and your sanity. Anna waits for no one...
Kairo is a first-person puzzle game set in a minimalist landscape. The player journeys through the ruins of a civilization long departed, discovering artifacts and clues about the disappearance of its inhabitants along the way. I was really looking forward to this game—it's premise tantalized my inner Indiana Jones.