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Submitted by combocaster 633d ago | review

Dead Pixels Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

Zombie Games seem to be everywhere today, spanning all genres and on all platforms. Fortunately, there are games like Dead Pixels, built from scratch by a man. Using mechanical survival and adds subtle elements of arcade classics. It then adds its own unique aspects to the mix to create a wonderfully addictive experience in the genre of zombie survival.
The graphics of Dead Pixels maintain the 8bits era style, which I personally love and think the truly successful indie games recently all use this type of artwork. Dead Pixels uses the old 2.5D effect where the characters are 2D sprites, but the player has the ability to move up and down the screen giving the effect of 3D, this usually leads to frustration of not knowing where we are and at the same we hit, but Dead Pixels using guns solves this with an impact area in the cone as shotguns. (Dead Pixels, PC, Xbox 360) 8.6/10

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