Little Hats – Walk Across the Map

Map Size: 1:03:02 minutes from end to end!

How big is the map in Little Hats? Let’s walk across the map to find out. I’m very small because I’m a gnome. So a lot of things around me look big. And I’m going to creep so everything look even bigger. Why I’m going to creep? Because that way we get a normal walking speed. When you ‘walk’ in the game, it’s more a the speed of running. I’m going to do that in the next video. The game world is very atmospheric and unique. The rain and the wind feel very realistic. When you hear a bird or a frog, that bird or frog is really there. You can also enter a lot of houses. It’s awesome, and the game isn’t even finished yet. It’s still in early access. And besides that it’s also made by one man. His name is Tim Venekamp, I think he really has talent. The game world will expand in the future and I probably will walk across this map again when it’s finished.

Highlights during this journey: 0:00:20 small gnome-village 10:28 small flying bug 10:32 human village 12:20 chicken 12:40 old Dutch mill 18:11 owl grabs me and takes me out for a flight 19:30 a giant 21:55 let’s hide in a house 22:25 giant grabs me 22:41 giant cooks me! 23:09 squirrel 23:25 storm, rain 27:50 another house 37:18 a frog 40:28 foggy place 47:00 rain again 48:30 fog after rain 49:50 strange sounds again 52:47 spider!

Tags: free roam, freeroam, free roaming, freeroaming, explore, exploring game worlds, video game maps size comparison, asmr, map size, how long does it take, relaxing walk, digital walks, open world games

(release date: september 2021, in early access)

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