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Walkerman is an Adventure Game/Visual Novel about hunting supernatural creatures. Each creature obeys a unique set of rules which must be exploited in order to defeat them, in a fashion similar to the old folk tales about vampires and garlic, or werewolves and silver bullets. Each act of Walkerman centers on a creature and the process of investigating it. Players will study the monster in order to ascertain its weaknesses, gather the necessary items, and then confront it in battle. Combat takes place on an isometric, pseudo-board game in which the player selects actions from a list of options. These battle sequences have multiple solutions, depending on the player's collected items and their knowledge of the monster. Players also steer the protagonist through his personal life in a similar fashion: deciding whom to trust, where to borrow money, etc which alters how the story progresses.

Prologue: The Thing in the Weald
Jorgen, a nineteen year-old serf, has just embarked upon a peculiar career: monster hunting. As a walkerman, he will tour the streets and alleyways at night, battling supernatural creatures that emerge when the sun goes down. But before he can reach the city-state of Midgard, a chance encounter will send him spiraling headlong into a world beyond light and reason...
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Act 1: Welcome to Midgard
Jorgen's arrival in Midgard is marked by suspicious characters, perilous nights, and the all-pervading smell of a civilization in decay. Both ostracized and incensed by his countrymen, he raises his standard in the world's loneliest revolution...
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  • Over a dozen beautiful illustrations
  • Dozens of unique and fully illustrated characters
  • Branching story dependent on player agency
  • Five lengthy installments with instances of abstract, description-based puzzle solving
  • Pseudo-Board Game aesthetic for battle sequences
  • An extensive soundtrack featuring new tracks every episode
  • An extras menu featuring a CG gallery and music room

BE WARNED: Walkerman may feature themes and imagery of a violent, disturbing, or sexual nature, and is unsuitable for small children.
Release date
Sekai Project
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu/SteamOS
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1920x1080
  • Storage: 700 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OSX 10.6
  • Processor: Any 64 Bit Procesor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1920x1080
  • Storage: 700 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1.2 Ghz Pentium 4
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1920x1080
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 700 MB available space
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Microsoft from Russian
So, we go immediately with the Trump. If you're brought here by the "Nudity" tag, come on. This goodness is not here, although the GG periodically worn naked black man with a smile in 64 tooth. This is "Act 1" and the developer has promised to release "nude-patch" outside of the Stima and only starting with "Act 2". As Long as there is only a classic black screen that closes the scenes you need. And with the patch not "♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Ku" especially-the maximum that will be, it is the top of the chest or male popsa, covered... Something there. All in a row, from hand to frog. Who's left? Fans of "Visual novella" and "Simulator walk"? You're at the address. This is a pretty interesting straight story with a touch of a puzzle like "Try not to go wrong". When the situation is proposed to apply items that are in your inventory. If the sequence is correct, an additional small branch of adventure is opened or another subject is given for future use. Characters are believable. GG is not a viaduct Superman, but quite a living man with his weaknesses, which he realizes and tries to cope with them. The Secondary characters are not bad, someone better discharged, someone worse. With Those who are better, you may well be behind the black screen from the first paragraph of this text after a while. It can be both fire-haired maidens and heraldry-like men, calling you at night in the backyard. No, I was in my childhood with the boys on the street last night. But we did it to steal corn from a collective farm or there apples from neighbours. They are always tastier and ripe behind the fence. And then there's a trend of unbuttoned to the navel of the Rubah. The Local lor is not bad, and he is all about the cultists, the Popeye (which the priests, not that of Jennifer Lopez), and the funnel of their relationship, which sucks GG. Also present local Nobili, Warriors, "strange" forest people, naked black man, chasing on story GG and other-other-other. What is pleasant, is served by ENT in small portions through communication with radiant public on Pivaskam/libraries/BANYAM_AT Night/Dark-Zaklukam. The Rendering is average, but with understanding what is done to create the desired mood. The Backs are informative, the heroes.... oh, what heroes? Also informative. Here is a chuvikha in the library with glasses with black eyebrows... Pancake, yes-glasses with eyebrows... Well you have understood glasses and eyebrows on the face... Separately. At once it is clear, now it is closed by a mountain of books, and as will come to the "black screen" from paragraph 1, vydoit to Suha. Or a red-haired warrior. Now it will easily be divided into zero GG, but later it would demand the tenderness. Here is a wise old man with a long gray beard, now he reads the instruction how to prepare the anti-vandal coating for the sword, and at night behind the "black screen"... So, stop, stay here, not everyone has a steel stomach. Here is a Helsinki-like blackhaired young man tightened in black skin... Man... A Normal novella, will come to fans of novellas and "black screens". The Narration is long, and this is only Act 1. Of The disadvantages of the apparent lack of animated hentai and English from non-Speakers. Yes, there is no Russian.
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