Worldwalker Games
Based in Austin, Texas

Founding date:
March 2017


Press / Business contact:

Wildermyth Twitter
Wildermyth Facebook
Wildermyth Discord




Worldwalker Games is made up of Nate & Anne Austin, a husband and wife team working out of Austin, Texas. Between the two of us, we have almost 20 years of experience in the game industry (in fact, that’s how we met). Nate, the programmer, has an ambitious streak and a penchant for “cutting his own path” through the jungles of game development. Anne, the artist, has an illustration and graphic design background and is happiest when she’s sketching monsters in goofy hats.


Our first game, a turn-based strategy/RPG called Wildermyth, started as a side project but became a full-time venture when we got the opportunity to launch our studio. As the project has grown, we’ve brought on a remote team of contractors (music, sound, writing, production, additional programming, etc.). Wildermyth entered Beta on March 1st 2019, and we’re hoping for a full launch later this year.



Wildermyth Early Access Launch YouTube

Wildermyth Beta: Something in the Woods YouTube


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Selected Articles

  • "Wildermyth, although still in alpha, was able to convey that "sense of wonder" that very few games are able to give... Design, music, storytelling and so on, are harmonized in an excellent way. The general feeling that you have throughout the campaign is to be part of a wonderful adventure of D&D, in which characters grow, fall in love, grow old and die. "
    - Arka, Safari Games Italia
  • "You really care about the characters and each playthrough is a unique self-contained story that you shape with your actions."
    - Calum Fraser, Alpha Beta Gamer

Core Team

Nate Austin
Founder, Programmer

Anne Austin
Founder, Artist

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