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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 723d ago | opinion piece

Kickstarter Picks: Pixel Press

GameZebo: If you’re an ‘80s kid who loved Nintendo, then you probably tried to design at least one level for a favorite video game. Maybe you worked at it with a piece of graph paper and a pencil, a cold glass of Coke at your side. Then you had to imagine the whole thing in motion, since you lacked the skills to make your sketch into a real game. That was then, and this is the future. A Kickstarter for Pixel Press wants to help today’s kids bring their games to life by simply scanning the paper with an iOS device (or Android, if stretch goals are reached). (iPad, iPhone, Kickstarter, Pixel Press)

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