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Pixelhate play information
They are big, they are rectangular and they are everywhere. Warm up the railguns of your Gaussian Blur class starfighter and save the world universe from the pixel menace.
Use the mouse to move around, press the left mouse button to fire. Try to pickup the various powerups to gain awesome firepower.
Good; Fix the crash
Interesting game. Bosses break apart, and upgrades talk like 'Daleks' from Dr Who.
I wanted to watch my gun grow; the gun overheating was annoying.
I can't tell bullets from regular explosions, other asteroids, ship 'propellant', etc.
I like how this was a regular game, without 'theatrics', stage introductions, in-game shops, or 'manic-depressive' game music.
Atari logo, and old bosses were nice touches.
And then the game froze. This was fun.
Im on level 7 and at this point im just blowing the shit out of everything. Bosses are to easy and im also hearing ads pop up in the backround lol. Also if you limited the number of noises going off in the game it would be less annoying to hear the computer voice repeat itself several times in a row. I like watching the pixels explode from my massive guns, the pixel animation is the best part of the game. All in all its pretty fun.
Kind of everything I expected.
But sadly, my expectations weren't all that high to begin with. I mean, it's an alright game, with a fun concept, an interestingly trippy soundtrack and insane powerups to make your ship virtually a GOD, but the graphics, although expected, made it hard to differentiate regular floating pixels from debris and gunshots. Overall, it's alright.
Easy and fun, but has a bit of a freeze bug.
Fun shooter. It seems like there are few consequences for dying, and getting more lives is relatively easy, which may bug some people, but I was just glad tp continue playing and keep my current weapon upgrade.
I liked the build-up approach to the shooting upgrades, and it was fun when I was eventually able to fire one large beam. The overheat mechanic is good to make sure the player isn't spamming the fire button, otherwise it would take this easy shooter and make it a boring shooter.
Game froze somewhere around level 10 perhaps. I think it was just as I was losing my last life. Hope that helps.
Liked how pixels were destroyed and all, though it was too easy to die.
A retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future (DEMO)
Travel the world on an epic shark lifting adventure!
What happens after the final boss is defeated?
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