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Pixel Puzzles: Undeadz

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Pixel Puzzles: Undeadz

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Pixel Puzzles: UndeadZ is a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game with top down shooter gameplay throw in to ruin your day and peaceful puzzling experience.

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Pixel Puzzles: UndeadZ is a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game with top down shooter gameplay throw in to ruin your day and peaceful puzzling experience. Dead things want to eat you whilst you puzzle. You'll have to keep the dead dudez at bay with a mixture of mines, barricades, bullets and nades.

You'll need to spend Zombucks on defences to help you keep back them shamblers. Barricade the roads, line the floor with mines, do anything you can to fortify the path before the hoards of reanimated reach you (an mess up all your pieces).


Key Features:

  • Traditional puzzle gameplay mixed in with some top down shooter action.

  • Intense gritty atmosphere.

  • 19 puzzles in a range of sizes from 60 to 350 pieces.

  • Multiple FREE DLC bonus puzzles.

  • Awesome fully hand-draw images.

  • Interactive play environment.

  • Horrible dead things to shoot at whilst you puzzle.

  • Perks & equipment.


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Publisher:
KISS
Developer:
Decaying Logic
Genres:
Indie, Action, Strategy, Simulation
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Released:
Friday, June 6, 2014
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Languages:
English
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7, Vista
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7, Vista
  • Processor: Quad Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
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79
Puzzling under pressure

iyoav

Hello! This game has 19 different puzzles (as the description stated), zombie/post-apocalyptic/gore themed. You would think - this game sounds bad! how can I enjoy it? Well, you can play some TD while puzzling or in the main menu. This game was my 1st puzzle game, and to be honest - I turned off the TD. I loved to match any piece in every puzzle while obtaining some easy achievements. After I finished the game, I had to unlock some main menu game's achievements (like surviving x minutes and killing y zombies) ; this was really hard, and I think you should think twice about this game if you are an achievement hunter. To sum this up, I think this game is very unique (you can also turn the TD mode off, so you can do the puzzles while relaxed) and cool; however - I think that it's not for someone who likes to obtain achievements. P.S. the game has trading cards! :) Yoav

75
Jigsaw Puzzle game with an optional twist

reginleifx

There is not much to say about Pixel Puzzles: Undeadz, since it is for the most part a jigsaw puzzle. However, the player has to defend the main character while solving the puzzles since zombies are trying to eat his brains, which means that there is a quite short time limit you have to fight against since the ammunition is pretty limited, which makes for a quite interesting twist on the genre, since the player is essentially playing two games at once. Get it on sale if you are a fan of the Pixel Puzzles series, it is worth checking out.

35
Barely average

totalrecallbg

One of the things I like about puzzle games is that you have to stick whatever pieces you find together, sadly that isn't possible in Pixel Puzzles: Undeadz, Instead of that you need to take one piece and move it around until you see where it locks in - that's where it belongs. Another annoying thing is the moving puzzle pieces, would you like me to move the puzzle pieces around you and you trying to pick the piece you want? If not then the game is not for you, because after few puzzles (when the pieces get smaller) this will make you give up. But forget about all that and let's talk about the elephant in the room: when I got this game I was expecting a relaxing puzzle game with zombie pictures, after-all puzzle games should be relaxing, no? Welp this one doesn't agree, you need to fight off zombies while trying to complete the puzzle, It's not just annoying but also frustrating. One last thing, if you are the type of guy who feels like he should get all achievements, you will have a bad time grinding for around a hour and a half to get the 5000 kills achievement.

80
A Different Puzzle Game! Zombies!

fl4M3d_inFern0r

Pixel Puzzles: Undeadz turned out to be a little bit different than the other games in the series (e.g Pixel Puzzles: Japan), because it makes you kill zombies (also getting ammo/fortify your defenses/placing C4) WHILE you figure out where to connect the pieces of the puzzles. That's cool! Of course you can also choose to play relaxed, without having to kill zombies and completing the puzzles at the same time. It has a few puzzles to solve, some of them have more pieces to complete, and some have even more. It's quite fun and interesting. If you got bored of the simple puzzle games, try Undeadz!

100
classic puzzles

Ivanop

This game is pretty good. You can turn off zombies now which makes it much easier than before. Lots of easy puzzles. Lots of easy achievements to fill you with happiness.

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