A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Going for a Nice Walk: The Videogame is a videogame in which you go for a nice walk. It was developed of the Slow Game Jam in 2017. Designed to provide a relaxed, meditative experience, players can stroll along and examine the various things they come across in their walk.

Going for a Nice Walk: The Videogame is a live project. I'm planning on adding in new objects to the game on a weekly basis, with updates to the game once a month. I'd like to take suggestions from players, which I'll draw and add into the game as updates; if you'd like to suggest something to include in the walk, you can do it in the comments section below or on Twitter using the hashtag #nicewalkVG. Nothing is too outlandish to feature, so let me know you you'd like to see whilst out on a nice walk.

Controls: use the arrow keys to speed up, slow down, or sit on the ground. Click on objects you pass to examine them.

Update 09/04/17: We got some extra time on the game jam, so I've made a few system updates to the game. Time now cycles through day and night; different sights will appear depending on the time of day. I've also updated the text to look a lot nicer, and there are an extra bunch of availalbe sights based on people's suggestions!

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
Tagsinfinite-runner, infinite-walker, meditation, slow-game, Walking simulator


Going for a Nice Walk: The Videogame (Windows) 19 MB
Going for a Nice Walk: The Videogame (Mac) 33 MB
Going for a Nice Walk: The Videogame (Linux) 33 MB


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The duck that looks hungry from souls makes me nervous, but the stoat calmed me down. Great game, very relaxing.

Thanks man! If you have any suggestions for other things you might see on a nice walk, I'm open to suggestions for future updates.

I personally would love to come across a few shiba inus.


can i have linux 32bit version?


lol that sounded so unprofessional

I've updated the game a bit, and the .zip for the Linux version contains both 32 and 64 bit version, so hopefully that work's for you!

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Really enjoyed the game =) A couple of things I've seen on my walks (sorry if they're already in the game and I didn't see them!) - old shoe, interesting cloud, lost tourist, broken fence, nice-smelling lavender bushes, piles of leaves, camper van, lost scarf/gloves.

Thanks for playing! Those are all good suggestions, and none of them currently present; I'll endeavour to add them in an update