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Submitted by awesomeoutof 915d ago | review

McPixel | Review - AWESOMEoutof10

Fraser Brown revels in the insanity of McPixel while trying to stop everything from blowing up. He fails more than he succeeds, but doesn't seem to mind at all.

"Look around you. There are bombs and sticks of dynamite everywhere — some in plain view, some inside animals, others hidden even more insidiously. Only one man can save the day, the heroic McPixel, pissing, kicking, eating and, indeed, abusing his way through countless weird and wonderful levels.

As an adventure and puzzle game enthusiast — god that makes me sound like I wear cardigans and Urkel glasses — consistent in-game logic is something I’m greatly in favour of. McPixel kicks that out the door and laughs at me for being such a square. Screw logic, it roars (probably), and then it explodes, killing everyone." (McPixel, PC) -

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