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A toxic waste spill finds its way into the water supply, causing the recently deceased to rise from their graves. Now it's up to you to blast your way through the hordes of undead if you're going to escape the city. On the way to your rescue, you'll search stores and houses for supplies, and trade with other survivors.
With three game modes, hundreds of items, weapons and grenades, and a city that is never the same twice, there is always something new hiding round the corner in Dead Pixels. When the Dead Start Walking, It's Time to Run.
Over 100 weapons, grenades and items
A procedurally generated city, that's different every time you play
3 different modes of play
4 different difficulty modes
Single player and two player local co-op
Great Game and Worth BuyingDarkPhaze | Oct. 25, 2014 | See all DarkPhaze's reviews »
With this game with a low value is worth it. A game that has its' own graphics in a Pixel Zombie Survival 2-D Gameplay and smooth experience. Get to do many things such as upgrading, having inventories and more. Worth the buy.
Simple but funSantaSteamKeys | July 27, 2014 | See all SantaSteamKeys's reviews »
In the last few years, pixel graphics have become a pretty big thing and Dead Pixels is one of the games that helped make the style so popular. It's quite a simple game so there isn't very much to say about it, but it's a good game simply because it's fun. It's fun because everyone enjoys shooting zomies all day - if you say you don't, you're probably a liar!
Overall, Dead Pixels is a very good game and it can even cause some nostalgia for older gamers. The game features some of the nicest pixel graphics I've seen so far, and it's very possible to spend hours playing it. Oh, and it's current price, you have NO excuse not to try it out!
Retro Design Not Always = GoodDodec1 | May 5, 2014 | See all Dodec1's reviews »
First things first, the art style. This is one of the only things that I like about this game, I find that the way it shows it characters and enemies very cool and appealing. But playing to nostalgia won't alone make a game good. I have played this game for about 5 hours or so about 3 on the XBOX and 2 on the PC. I find that this game lacks variety and it gets stale very quickly, it does however have quite a few weapons and weapon types. But I found that it din't matter they all fell the same! When I shoot a shotgun in a game I want to fell that it would do more damage and sound much more devastating, than the default pistol! But they just feel like re textures, one of its only 2 redeeming qualities is its price 3$. Only buy this if you have some money left over to burn or just want a laugh for a bit, otherwise. Don't buy this game!
Fun coffee-break gameSkeride | Feb. 22, 2014 | See all Skeride's reviews »
This game doesn't have much lasting power, but the price point is just right for what it is.
It's a fun little diversion that never outstays its welcome. The game plays well, and the art, though pixellated, is nicely done and likely to bring a smile to your face.
A good value at the asking price.
ONE OF THE BEST SCROLLING-RETRO-KIND ZOMBIE GAMES OUT THEREUnbenannte | Jan. 5, 2014 | See all Unbenannte's reviews »
I bought another game and spent quite some money, so I had only 2.99 left and I started searching for a good co-op game (I have brothers) and we like to kill zombies, suddenly I find this title “Dead Pixels” and I start reading about it, I see it has co-op and the price is good so I decide to buy it. The game looked kind of old and I wasn’t expecting much of it, for my surprise we start playing and a few hours later we couldn’t stop it was just so nice, fun and smooth. I think the price is way too low for what it should be, I would pay 10$ for it definitely. I say if you like zombies and have little brothers, this title is a must buy, and paying 2.99 is not making justice to the game but its fine.
BTW Dead Pixels 2 is on its way, the developer is expecting to release the beta this year (2014), there is some exiting futures coming, like online multiplayer and up to 4 local co-op, plus another ton of stuff. So buy it and support DP2. Hope this review helps you.