Skookum Arts released their puzzle game The Pedestrian on PC earlier this year to very good reviews. Now, The Pedestrian will be walking onto the PlayStation 4 about one year after its PC release.
The game is a puzzle platformer where you are rearranging signs in a city to get through each level. The general idea behind most of the solutions lie in creating a network of routes between panels for your stickman (or stick woman) to make their way through. Joining up doors of opposing sides (and only opposing sides); likewise with ladders that connect the bottom of one panel, with the top of another. But what starts off relatively simple early on becomes harder as you progress through. Introducing such things like switches, instant-kill traps and even a weird interpretation of a Tetris-like arrangement with the way players frantically have to organize/reorganize panels so that routes, despite being able to criss-cross, remain linked relative to their positioning. All the while making sure that one doesn’t accidentally alter the route already put in place which will result in the puzzle being reset.
So basically use the world around you to get from point A to point B.
PS4 reveal trailer
The game is coming to PS4 in January 2021 and if you cannot wait until then it is available on PC now.
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