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Feb 15, 2013 | 8:38 PM EST
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"Ode To Pixel Days" is about a teenage boy, Hans, having a crush on a cheerleader. Hans gets rejected by the cheerleader, because he is ugly, and not charismatic. Hans tries to change this by building a machine that will make everyone look the same. When everyone looks the same, he can have the girl of his dreams! But of course, in reality, things don't work that way; and Hans is about to get into some bitter experiences.

The game is played in a castle, that represents the world created by Hans' mind. The game's artistic goal is to put the players in Hans' mind, to make them play through his emotional experiences, hopes and dreams. The core experience of the game is the feelings a boy goes through when he gets into puberty; loneliness, sadness, low self-esteem, the desire to change things about you and everything around you.

This game is made completely by one person, and that is me.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

The struggle of a youngster trying to be accepted by our society standards. While playing it reminded me of an episode of Johnny Bravo (Bravo, James Bravo), in which a cientist named Pencilneck wants to use a machine named The Lookalikeanator or somethingamading to make everybody in the Earth like him. In what they call "horrible, but sadly very politically correct".


Rated 4 / 5 stars

What's the point? I don't understand the end!

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talhakaya responds:

Click "Extras" on the menu if you want to know more :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Another proof that graphics ain't necessary for a good game

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talhakaya responds:

thanks man :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

yea nice story.

talhakaya responds:

thanks :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This game is simply awesome! , the story is interesting. , I find just some of the rooms empty.
Frankly I liked it , I am very impressed ^ ^

talhakaya responds:

thank you! glad that you liked it! :)