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Submitted by lahnaloo 805d ago | review

They Bleed Pixels Review | GO Critic

Spilling blood is about as foreign to video games as water is to planet Earth, but developers still find ways to make the art of brutal evisceration a new and interesting experience. Enter this little Steam denizen: a lo-fi experiment in side scrolling violence.

All in all, Spooky Squid Games has found a unique and effective identity to wrap their “excellence in simplicity” ideals around.

But don’t let the game fool you, it’s here to hurt you. (PC, They Bleed Pixels) 80/100

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