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Jul 12, 2010 | 12:17 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place July 13, 2010

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Back To Life 5 Points Recover some strength
The Heart Of Man 10 Points Become a full human
Walking Again 10 Points Get your legs back
More Than A Man 25 Points Grow small wings
The Call Of The Beast 50 Points Become the beast
Speed Run 100 Points Complete the game in 15 minutes or less
True Protector 100 Points Restore the fountain's flow

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EDIT: Fixed a couple bugs and tweaked difficulty. Fixed the Speed Run medal.
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Hello people!
PixEvo is a retro-styled platformer game where you explore the game world and collect pixels to evolve into better forms with more abilities to reach new places and collect all the pixels and save the world, ATARI-STYLE! haha

It's a small project I wanted to make and I'm glad it's finally out, it has 8-bit music that I made as well so I hope you enjoy it :D

Reviews


ChilledManChilledMan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

E is to use kk



chippy1chippy1

Rated 0 / 5 stars

boring!!!



XBlueXephosXXBlueXephosX

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Idk what I'm supposed to do here. I got all the easy pixels, got to have arms, and now theres no place to get pixels. Then, I went to log in, and it made me completly restart. Why is there no save or anything? And why do you have to be so precise with the jumps to go anywhere?



bluegill3bluegill3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty nice game. I like how it eases up as you progress.


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ruff1298ruff1298

Rated 2 / 5 stars

This game has pretty much everything retro down: simple, pixelated graphics, and punishingly difficult perfection.

There is no room for error. Every jump must be on the very edge of the platform, or you will not make it. There is a very specific maximum height for every jump, and there WILL be pixels just painfully out of reach.

It is with great feelings of "Pissed Off" that I write this review. It is excellent as an homage to that masochistic part of gaming history, unfortunately, it is, like its ancestors, not fun, and whose sense of "Fun" stems from being to conquer its extreme difficulty.

So, in closing, this game is excellent as an homage to classic 8 and 16 bit platformers. It looks like them, sounds like them, is as unfair, precise, and punishing, and sadly as un-fun as I remember them.

Someone will like this game. That someone is not me.


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