I think it's unanimous we want the ability to walk on surfaces. With the new z-buffer, it's possible. However, no one has made it work yet. So, I discovered a neat trick to fake a walk mode, and it works alright.
What I did was go into the controls, click the "Camera controls" tab, and changed "Move Down" to W. Now when I move forwards I am also being pushed into the ground. It doesn't work that great, but it's fun nevertheless.
All you need in life are space games and typhlosions.
Set acceleration to about 0.26 feet per second, and move forward to about 3 to 4 feet per second, and push down a little bit, so the downward movement is just enough to keep you on the ground. I use a joystick to control my orientation, since the keys get tedious, and use up battery life on wireless keyboards.
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