The Pedestrian

The Pedestrian

81
97% Positive / 1802 Ratings

RELEASE DATE

Jan 29, 2020

DEVELOPER / PUBLISHER

Skookum Arts / Skookum Arts

TAGS

    AdventureIndie
The Pedestrian is a 2.5D side scrolling puzzle platformer. You are The Pedestrian! Enter into a dynamic 3D world with stunning graphics and challenging puzzles.

You play by rearranging and reconnecting public signs in order to explore and advance through each engaging environment.

The Pedestrian pc price

The Pedestrian

The Pedestrian pc price

81

97% Positive / 1802 Ratings

Jan 29, 2020 / Skookum Arts / Skookum Arts

    AdventureIndie
Price Comparison
  • United States
    $19.99 $19.99
  • Argentina
    ARS$674.98 ≈$3.29
  • Turkey
    ₺96.01 ≈$5.03
$19.99 / Get it

Game Description

The Pedestrian is a 2.5D side scrolling puzzle platformer. You are The Pedestrian! Enter into a dynamic 3D world with stunning graphics and challenging puzzles.

You play by rearranging and reconnecting public signs in order to explore and advance through each engaging environment.

Reviews

  • Takumashii

    Dec 9, 2021

    An absolutely lovely game. Great visuals, great music, good puzzles. Could've easily been a minimalist puzzle game and still been good, but they decided to make it stylin and great.
  • Haotran

    Dec 13, 2021

    One of the most creative puzzle games I've ever played. Short, sadly, you can finish the game in about 7 hours if you take your sweet time. Nonetheless, the gameplay is fluid and fun to play, the soundtrack is amazing, and the attention to detail to the background is a highlight as well. Totally recommend to people who wants a mind bending puzzle game with a chill time.
  • KiwiChi

    Jan 3, 2022

    Still didnt finish the game but overall If you are bored of games , and your mood is off this game will get you hooked back to gaming ,.. overall rating 8.5/10 its a great puzzle game .
  • Sin

    Jul 6, 2022

    Note: playtime is no where near my actual playtime, it's more like 5-7 hours. Game was interesting at first, got a little boring here and there, introduced a couple new mechanics to keep it interesting, but a lot of the game is "more of the same" repeating. However, the ending puzzle was amazing and changed my whole opinion on the overall experience, it's worth playing just for that alone. Don't give up on this game if you start playing it. Worth the current price (CDN$ 22.79)? Probably, definitely on a good sale. What I actually paid: $12.87 ------------------------------ Completionist Review: Fairly simple, only "story related" achievements. DLC Achievements: none Rating: Easy Can be completed in one run: yes, it might be impossible not to. Chapter Select: No, but you won't need it. Did I need/use a guide? No All the achievements were in one run, I think they're all progression related, so if you beat the game you get 100%, not much else to say here.
  • takezo689

    Oct 9, 2022

    A short but quality puzzle game It's quite a clever concept, and the design is great as well. The game doesn't tell you what or how to do anything, you have to figure it all out on your own. However, thanks to the learning curve and intuitive design, you're never thrown anything insurmountable. A lot of the puzzles were satisfying, leading to many ah-hah! moments, and small bursts of triumphant joy. That being said, I had put the game down for quite a while. I bought the game alongside a bunch of other games during a steam sale, played a bit, probably got bored/wanted to get to some of the other games I bought, and put the game down. I finally came back almost a year later (and although I forgot some of the mechanics) got back into it, and enjoyed the game up to the satisfying end. I found the puzzles to be satisfying, although I never found myself stuck (gameplay time includes time I paused the game and went to eat, etc.) Which leads to one of the problems... The game is short. But perhaps that's not a bad thing, because as much as I enjoyed the puzzles, I had gotten bored enough to put the game down for a year. I think if you just sit down and try to marathon the game, you'll get tired like I did. Which is a shame, since the game really is pretty good in smaller doses (maybe don't leave the game so long that you forget all the mechanics though). But that leads to the other problem: it's expensive. I'm not saying the game creators don't deserve to get paid, it's not a reflection on them. But as a consumer, I think the price is a bit steep for something that is fun, yet short and doesn't have a lot of replay value. It has nice graphics, but 99% of the gameplay has nothing to do with the beautiful graphics and everything to do with 2D Game&Watch graphics. There is only one save slot, which is not a huge problem if you play by yourself, but midway through I thought: "This would be a good puzzler for my kids to try." So overall, the game is great for what it is. It's worth buying, especially if you wait for a sale. Don't play too much all at once, and if you do put the game down, make sure to come back to it someday. It's not perfect, but it's worth playing to the end. 8/10 Positives: + A lot of good puzzles + Clever and intuitive design that doesn't require tutorials and long exposition. + Nice presentation, good background graphics, clean puzzles Negatives: - Short - No replay value - Expensive at full price considering the length
  • PiT

    Dec 4, 2022

    Nice puzzle game, doesn't do anything out of the ordinary but it's never frustrating and has quite a few "ah-ha" moments. The presentation is also top-notch.
  • Lilibean

    Dec 31, 2022

    fun puzzle game with very cool mechanics that evolve and change with each level. Art style and music are nice and the juxtaposition of a simple stick figure avatar and realistic world environment makes me think of why my little person is in the signage.
  • tasselfoot

    Jan 30, 2020

    Been following this game's development for 3-4 years now. It's come a long way, and I had to play it on release day. Took me a bit under 4 hours to beat, and overall enjoyable. Pros: -Great art, both the 2D and 3D backgrounds -Good puzzles -Challenging but not smash your face into a wall hard -Nice progression of new tricks and gimmicks throughout -Atmospheric music, when there is music Cons: -Not my favorite control scheme and no ability to change the layout -Lack of puzzles from the 3-digit codes throughout the game -No secrets (except for 1 hat), easter eggs, post-game content, or other forms of replayability -The transition from 2D to 3D didn't seem needed at the end -Some fluff puzzle screens with trivial difficulty between the actual meaty ones. Solid 7/10 for a few hours, but no reason to ever boot it up again.
  • ThefitzyG

    Feb 1, 2020

    If A Pixar short was a videogame. it'd be The Pedestrian.
  • f r a x y l

    Feb 2, 2020

    For fans of Portal and The Witness, this 2D puzzle platformer is pretty neat. :)
  • Cypherus / Mika

    Apr 23, 2020

    The pedestrain is a chill little puzzle game where you control a stick figure with the ability to jump from one map to another. Your primary goal is to help this little stick figure collect some unique parts for a device he's trying to build. Overall the game's very relaxing with only a few tedious sections. The game has no proper toturial and when new mechanics are introduced you'll 100% need to figure out how they work. This is fine for the majority of the game but there was 2 new mechanics that I didn't feel like were all that easy to figure out. It's quite a solid puzzle game but it takes about 3-5 hours to fully complete this game and there's no replayability so a second playthrough is very unlikely. The game's currently prized at 16,79€, this is way too much for what you get so I can't recommend it simply due to it's prize. However if it's on sale for 5€ I would definitely pick it up.
  • TreeTrunk

    May 30, 2020

    WOW this game just blew my mind at the end! Very pleasant and wonderful looking puzzle game with nice calm sounds. There was one puzzle I was stuck at for a long time but other than that the gradual ramp in difficulty is a smooth incline. The game has you learn new mechanics intuitively. Fun game. That ending was a very pleasant surprise for me. A memorable experience that alludes to a sequel which I am happy for.
  • Cenidol Nyaaa~ ≧ω≦

    Jun 27, 2020

    I completed the game in under 3 hours. The game is a puzzle game. So playtimes may vary. I recommend this game IF: - you are playing it blind for the first time (haven't seen someone else play it already) - you like puzzle games - you enjoy looking at the environment in a game - you want the achievements as you get them all in one playthrough I do not recommend this game IF: - you have the mindset of 1 hour = 1€ as there is only the main story + secrets and nothing else in this game not even community made maps / puzzles! (bought on sale for 11.75€)
  • AKatarzynaK

    Jul 1, 2020

    The Pedestrian is a puzzle-platforming game in which you play as a pictogram person, using street signs and other flat surfaces to navigate your way through a busy city. Although your character is limited to a 2D format, the world around you is very much alive and acts as more than just a pretty backdrop as you must actually interact with it to help you progress. By blurring the lines between 2D and 3D, the game manages to provide a wonderfully unique experience with transitions that feel almost seamless. The puzzles are very well-designed, managing to be challenging without ever feeling frustrating. Despite there being absolutely no dialogue or instructions, new elements are introduced in a way that feels very intuitive and encourages you to think outside the box. I had a lot of fun working my way through the puzzles and found it to be a very rewarding experience. Game length is short and sweet, and ignoring the time I spent idling I was able to complete it in about 5-6 hours. If this is too short for you in relation to the price than I recommend picking it up on sale like I did, but I will say that I loved this game so much that I would have been satisfied even if I had paid full price. Between the vibrant atmosphere and extremely addicting gameplay this has become one of my favorite puzzle games in years and is one I wholeheartedly recommend to all fans of this genre.
  • Dahrasz

    Jul 7, 2020

    So I want to start out by saying that, without a doubt, this is a well made game. The music and visuals and game-feel are absolutely excellent and I have nothing bad to say about them. I also think that the gameplay on offer here will be appealing for a lot of people (clearly it must be, given the Overwhelmingly Positive review average). The problem is, it just wasn't for me. I think my problem with The Pedestrian comes down to the basic mechanics. The act of connecting signs with other signs just doesn't require a lot of lateral thinking - most puzzles can be solved by correctly identifying the solution condition and then working backwards from there procedurally. Over time, the game adds more mechanics, like bouncy platforms and lasers and wires the change the state of the external world, but these elements usually don't combine dynamically in ways that force you to reconsider how you solve puzzles. They just become additional steps between you and the solution. Over time, these additional steps wore on me. Early in the game when I was still solving learning the mechanics and solving puzzles quickly I really enjoyed the game. But the joy I got out of the game at that point wasn't about puzzle solving, it was the joy of completion, the kind of joy you get from untangling a knot. By the halfway point, however, the knot was so tangled that the process of unraveling it became frustrating, even though it wasn't "hard" per-se. So yeah, The Pedestrian is definitely a well made game. But it isn't the kind of puzzle game that I like.
  • FroBodine

    Jul 7, 2020

    Well, that was a totally unique and enjoyable puzzle game. Definitely my favorite puzzle game so far this year. Lots of other folks have described the game in detail, so I won't go into that. I enjoyed the game from start to finish. I admit that I had to get some help for two puzzles that beat my brain down. And the last level on the rooftops where everything changes, I had no idea what was going on, so I needed a couple subtle hints. But, money well spent, and a high quality game that is very challenging, but not impossibly difficult. I just don't have the smarts to figure out EVERYTHING myself, but I figure I completed 85% of it with no help. And, that's great for me for a puzzle game. Jake and Elwood give the Pedestrian a "Sweet Home Chicago" performance for the ages! Highly recommended. And now, on to "Return of the Obra Dinn", my next puzzle game endeavor. Wish me luck. I'll need it!
  • cyberspacesloth

    Jul 10, 2020

    The good: - The game looks absolutely fabulous. The front is slick and polished, while the backdrops are dynamic, colourful, and lively. - The main mechanic is quite original. - The game does not get stale, constantly dropping something new on you, in terms of both game mechanics and environments. The bad: - The puzzles are frustratingly easy for the most part, to the point where they can hardly be called puzzles. The difficulty is revved up to the decent level closer towards the end, but it feels too little too late. - Just like anyone else has mentioned, the game is shockingly short, sitting at about 3 hours. It does offer a complete experience, but I just cannot recommend it at full price ($20 as of this review).
  • LaserHydra

    Jul 20, 2020

    This game's a quite unique and interesting puzzle game. I enjoyed it the whole way through, as the game slowly kept adding more aspects to the gameplay. The difficulty of the puzzles increase over time, but don't take insanely long to solve. I can definitely recommend the game, especially if you can get it in a sale for a bit less. But honestly, if you enjoy puzzles, this should be worth the full price too.
  • lexyg33

    Dec 17, 2020

    This game does an amazing job of introducing new puzzle mechanics in a non-intrusive way that allows the player to have multiple "OH! I get it now!" moments. Really fun and it's clear the devs put a lot of love into it!
  • crowbar

    Jan 1, 2021

    A fun and creative puzzle game that loses steam towards the end. The puzzles are never very hard, but still challenging enough to make you feel engaged. Later some puzzles get a bit overly complicated though. The game takes you through a surprising amount of enviroments, which are all built in 3D, and the music is great too. It's just that at some point in the game I had enough of it, the unique selling point of it wears off. I can still recommend it though.
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The Pedestrian

The Pedestrian

81
97% Positive / 1802 Ratings

RELEASE DATE

Jan 29, 2020

DEVELOPER / PUBLISHER

Skookum Arts / Skookum Arts

TAGS

    AdventureIndie
The Pedestrian is a 2.5D side scrolling puzzle platformer. You are The Pedestrian! Enter into a dynamic 3D world with stunning graphics and challenging puzzles.

You play by rearranging and reconnecting public signs in order to explore and advance through each engaging environment.

The Pedestrian pc price

The Pedestrian

The Pedestrian pc price

81

97% Positive / 1802 Ratings

Jan 29, 2020 / Skookum Arts / Skookum Arts

    AdventureIndie
Price Comparison
  • United States
    $19.99 $19.99
  • Argentina
    ARS$674.98 ≈$3.29
  • Turkey
    ₺96.01 ≈$5.03
$19.99 / Get it

Reviews

  • Takumashii

    Dec 9, 2021

    An absolutely lovely game. Great visuals, great music, good puzzles. Could've easily been a minimalist puzzle game and still been good, but they decided to make it stylin and great.
  • Haotran

    Dec 13, 2021

    One of the most creative puzzle games I've ever played. Short, sadly, you can finish the game in about 7 hours if you take your sweet time. Nonetheless, the gameplay is fluid and fun to play, the soundtrack is amazing, and the attention to detail to the background is a highlight as well. Totally recommend to people who wants a mind bending puzzle game with a chill time.
  • KiwiChi

    Jan 3, 2022

    Still didnt finish the game but overall If you are bored of games , and your mood is off this game will get you hooked back to gaming ,.. overall rating 8.5/10 its a great puzzle game .
  • Sin

    Jul 6, 2022

    Note: playtime is no where near my actual playtime, it's more like 5-7 hours. Game was interesting at first, got a little boring here and there, introduced a couple new mechanics to keep it interesting, but a lot of the game is "more of the same" repeating. However, the ending puzzle was amazing and changed my whole opinion on the overall experience, it's worth playing just for that alone. Don't give up on this game if you start playing it. Worth the current price (CDN$ 22.79)? Probably, definitely on a good sale. What I actually paid: $12.87 ------------------------------ Completionist Review: Fairly simple, only "story related" achievements. DLC Achievements: none Rating: Easy Can be completed in one run: yes, it might be impossible not to. Chapter Select: No, but you won't need it. Did I need/use a guide? No All the achievements were in one run, I think they're all progression related, so if you beat the game you get 100%, not much else to say here.
  • takezo689

    Oct 9, 2022

    A short but quality puzzle game It's quite a clever concept, and the design is great as well. The game doesn't tell you what or how to do anything, you have to figure it all out on your own. However, thanks to the learning curve and intuitive design, you're never thrown anything insurmountable. A lot of the puzzles were satisfying, leading to many ah-hah! moments, and small bursts of triumphant joy. That being said, I had put the game down for quite a while. I bought the game alongside a bunch of other games during a steam sale, played a bit, probably got bored/wanted to get to some of the other games I bought, and put the game down. I finally came back almost a year later (and although I forgot some of the mechanics) got back into it, and enjoyed the game up to the satisfying end. I found the puzzles to be satisfying, although I never found myself stuck (gameplay time includes time I paused the game and went to eat, etc.) Which leads to one of the problems... The game is short. But perhaps that's not a bad thing, because as much as I enjoyed the puzzles, I had gotten bored enough to put the game down for a year. I think if you just sit down and try to marathon the game, you'll get tired like I did. Which is a shame, since the game really is pretty good in smaller doses (maybe don't leave the game so long that you forget all the mechanics though). But that leads to the other problem: it's expensive. I'm not saying the game creators don't deserve to get paid, it's not a reflection on them. But as a consumer, I think the price is a bit steep for something that is fun, yet short and doesn't have a lot of replay value. It has nice graphics, but 99% of the gameplay has nothing to do with the beautiful graphics and everything to do with 2D Game&Watch graphics. There is only one save slot, which is not a huge problem if you play by yourself, but midway through I thought: "This would be a good puzzler for my kids to try." So overall, the game is great for what it is. It's worth buying, especially if you wait for a sale. Don't play too much all at once, and if you do put the game down, make sure to come back to it someday. It's not perfect, but it's worth playing to the end. 8/10 Positives: + A lot of good puzzles + Clever and intuitive design that doesn't require tutorials and long exposition. + Nice presentation, good background graphics, clean puzzles Negatives: - Short - No replay value - Expensive at full price considering the length
  • PiT

    Dec 4, 2022

    Nice puzzle game, doesn't do anything out of the ordinary but it's never frustrating and has quite a few "ah-ha" moments. The presentation is also top-notch.
  • Lilibean

    Dec 31, 2022

    fun puzzle game with very cool mechanics that evolve and change with each level. Art style and music are nice and the juxtaposition of a simple stick figure avatar and realistic world environment makes me think of why my little person is in the signage.
  • tasselfoot

    Jan 30, 2020

    Been following this game's development for 3-4 years now. It's come a long way, and I had to play it on release day. Took me a bit under 4 hours to beat, and overall enjoyable. Pros: -Great art, both the 2D and 3D backgrounds -Good puzzles -Challenging but not smash your face into a wall hard -Nice progression of new tricks and gimmicks throughout -Atmospheric music, when there is music Cons: -Not my favorite control scheme and no ability to change the layout -Lack of puzzles from the 3-digit codes throughout the game -No secrets (except for 1 hat), easter eggs, post-game content, or other forms of replayability -The transition from 2D to 3D didn't seem needed at the end -Some fluff puzzle screens with trivial difficulty between the actual meaty ones. Solid 7/10 for a few hours, but no reason to ever boot it up again.
  • ThefitzyG

    Feb 1, 2020

    If A Pixar short was a videogame. it'd be The Pedestrian.
  • f r a x y l

    Feb 2, 2020

    For fans of Portal and The Witness, this 2D puzzle platformer is pretty neat. :)
  • Cypherus / Mika

    Apr 23, 2020

    The pedestrain is a chill little puzzle game where you control a stick figure with the ability to jump from one map to another. Your primary goal is to help this little stick figure collect some unique parts for a device he's trying to build. Overall the game's very relaxing with only a few tedious sections. The game has no proper toturial and when new mechanics are introduced you'll 100% need to figure out how they work. This is fine for the majority of the game but there was 2 new mechanics that I didn't feel like were all that easy to figure out. It's quite a solid puzzle game but it takes about 3-5 hours to fully complete this game and there's no replayability so a second playthrough is very unlikely. The game's currently prized at 16,79€, this is way too much for what you get so I can't recommend it simply due to it's prize. However if it's on sale for 5€ I would definitely pick it up.
  • TreeTrunk

    May 30, 2020

    WOW this game just blew my mind at the end! Very pleasant and wonderful looking puzzle game with nice calm sounds. There was one puzzle I was stuck at for a long time but other than that the gradual ramp in difficulty is a smooth incline. The game has you learn new mechanics intuitively. Fun game. That ending was a very pleasant surprise for me. A memorable experience that alludes to a sequel which I am happy for.
  • Cenidol Nyaaa~ ≧ω≦

    Jun 27, 2020

    I completed the game in under 3 hours. The game is a puzzle game. So playtimes may vary. I recommend this game IF: - you are playing it blind for the first time (haven't seen someone else play it already) - you like puzzle games - you enjoy looking at the environment in a game - you want the achievements as you get them all in one playthrough I do not recommend this game IF: - you have the mindset of 1 hour = 1€ as there is only the main story + secrets and nothing else in this game not even community made maps / puzzles! (bought on sale for 11.75€)
  • AKatarzynaK

    Jul 1, 2020

    The Pedestrian is a puzzle-platforming game in which you play as a pictogram person, using street signs and other flat surfaces to navigate your way through a busy city. Although your character is limited to a 2D format, the world around you is very much alive and acts as more than just a pretty backdrop as you must actually interact with it to help you progress. By blurring the lines between 2D and 3D, the game manages to provide a wonderfully unique experience with transitions that feel almost seamless. The puzzles are very well-designed, managing to be challenging without ever feeling frustrating. Despite there being absolutely no dialogue or instructions, new elements are introduced in a way that feels very intuitive and encourages you to think outside the box. I had a lot of fun working my way through the puzzles and found it to be a very rewarding experience. Game length is short and sweet, and ignoring the time I spent idling I was able to complete it in about 5-6 hours. If this is too short for you in relation to the price than I recommend picking it up on sale like I did, but I will say that I loved this game so much that I would have been satisfied even if I had paid full price. Between the vibrant atmosphere and extremely addicting gameplay this has become one of my favorite puzzle games in years and is one I wholeheartedly recommend to all fans of this genre.
  • Dahrasz

    Jul 7, 2020

    So I want to start out by saying that, without a doubt, this is a well made game. The music and visuals and game-feel are absolutely excellent and I have nothing bad to say about them. I also think that the gameplay on offer here will be appealing for a lot of people (clearly it must be, given the Overwhelmingly Positive review average). The problem is, it just wasn't for me. I think my problem with The Pedestrian comes down to the basic mechanics. The act of connecting signs with other signs just doesn't require a lot of lateral thinking - most puzzles can be solved by correctly identifying the solution condition and then working backwards from there procedurally. Over time, the game adds more mechanics, like bouncy platforms and lasers and wires the change the state of the external world, but these elements usually don't combine dynamically in ways that force you to reconsider how you solve puzzles. They just become additional steps between you and the solution. Over time, these additional steps wore on me. Early in the game when I was still solving learning the mechanics and solving puzzles quickly I really enjoyed the game. But the joy I got out of the game at that point wasn't about puzzle solving, it was the joy of completion, the kind of joy you get from untangling a knot. By the halfway point, however, the knot was so tangled that the process of unraveling it became frustrating, even though it wasn't "hard" per-se. So yeah, The Pedestrian is definitely a well made game. But it isn't the kind of puzzle game that I like.
  • FroBodine

    Jul 7, 2020

    Well, that was a totally unique and enjoyable puzzle game. Definitely my favorite puzzle game so far this year. Lots of other folks have described the game in detail, so I won't go into that. I enjoyed the game from start to finish. I admit that I had to get some help for two puzzles that beat my brain down. And the last level on the rooftops where everything changes, I had no idea what was going on, so I needed a couple subtle hints. But, money well spent, and a high quality game that is very challenging, but not impossibly difficult. I just don't have the smarts to figure out EVERYTHING myself, but I figure I completed 85% of it with no help. And, that's great for me for a puzzle game. Jake and Elwood give the Pedestrian a "Sweet Home Chicago" performance for the ages! Highly recommended. And now, on to "Return of the Obra Dinn", my next puzzle game endeavor. Wish me luck. I'll need it!
  • cyberspacesloth

    Jul 10, 2020

    The good: - The game looks absolutely fabulous. The front is slick and polished, while the backdrops are dynamic, colourful, and lively. - The main mechanic is quite original. - The game does not get stale, constantly dropping something new on you, in terms of both game mechanics and environments. The bad: - The puzzles are frustratingly easy for the most part, to the point where they can hardly be called puzzles. The difficulty is revved up to the decent level closer towards the end, but it feels too little too late. - Just like anyone else has mentioned, the game is shockingly short, sitting at about 3 hours. It does offer a complete experience, but I just cannot recommend it at full price ($20 as of this review).
  • LaserHydra

    Jul 20, 2020

    This game's a quite unique and interesting puzzle game. I enjoyed it the whole way through, as the game slowly kept adding more aspects to the gameplay. The difficulty of the puzzles increase over time, but don't take insanely long to solve. I can definitely recommend the game, especially if you can get it in a sale for a bit less. But honestly, if you enjoy puzzles, this should be worth the full price too.
  • lexyg33

    Dec 17, 2020

    This game does an amazing job of introducing new puzzle mechanics in a non-intrusive way that allows the player to have multiple "OH! I get it now!" moments. Really fun and it's clear the devs put a lot of love into it!
  • crowbar

    Jan 1, 2021

    A fun and creative puzzle game that loses steam towards the end. The puzzles are never very hard, but still challenging enough to make you feel engaged. Later some puzzles get a bit overly complicated though. The game takes you through a surprising amount of enviroments, which are all built in 3D, and the music is great too. It's just that at some point in the game I had enough of it, the unique selling point of it wears off. I can still recommend it though.
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FAQ

Buy The Pedestrian For the Best Price

Gamedeal compares prices across all the major retailers on the internet to find the best game deals for you. We include occasional game discounts, seasons sale, and more to help you spend less and buy more. Check out all the best deals available for The Pedestrian on different platforms right now and find the one that suits you the best! 

Is The Pedestrian Available to Download Instantly After Purchase?

We include game deals from reputable and trustworthy game retailers from around the world to ensure smooth and instant purchasing. You will be able to download or activate the game right away depending on the store of choice. However, some stores have manual checks in place to avoid any kind of fraud, which could some time.

Can I Buy The Pedestrian for Free?

Game retailers come up with Steam deals that allow players to buy games at very cheap prices and sometimes even for free as giveaways. We keep an eye out on special giveaways like these to let you buy your favorite video games for completely free. Looking to buy The Pedestrian for free? Many stores including Steam Games offer giveaways like this all the time. 

Look for these offers, participate and you might just get luckily enough to win your favorite title for free. However, if you don’t, you can always grab it for the lowest price on Gamedeal!