Whether you’re listening to the soothing sounds of nature or the game’s excellent original music, A Short Hike is great to listen to.
The unique pixelated style might be slightly divisive, but it gives the game its own unique personality, and it can be heavily altered in the settings for those who don’t like it.
A Short Hike offers up a small world that is a joy to explore, with plenty of secrets to discover, and a smartly-designed traversal system that’ll have you hunting down every last collectible.
A Short Hike is, true to its name, a little on the short side if you only aim to reach the credits, but there’s plenty of extra content to keep you going well beyond the first couple of hours.
A short list that’s mostly nice and easy to complete, although the lack of an in-game map might make it frustrating to find those last collectibles.