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You wake up to find your town in chaos. Everyone has gone crazy and is just attacking each other! A cryptic message is the secret to survival-- Press X to not die!

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"crazy, ridiculous, hilarious" - gamespew.com

"by far one of my most favorite indie games to come out this year" - fraggednation.com

"This is the best game ever." - CinnamonToastKen


You wake up to find your town in chaos. Everyone has gone crazy and is just attacking each other! A cryptic message is the secret to survival-- Press X to not die!

Survive the streets, find your girlfriend, find out what happened, and get the hell out of town in this absurd live-action interactive movie adventure!


Key Features:

  • Press buttons like your life depends on it! Because it does!

  • Over 30 minutes of HD footage!

  • Graphics so amazing, they look like real life!

  • 25 unique ways to die!

  • Uncover the secrets behind the madness in a branching storyline that reflects your choices!

  • A Dynamic Dialogue system that constructs key spoken sentences on the fly to reflect your actions and performance, providing for an unprecedentedly dynamic experience in an interactive movie.

  • “1994 Mode” re-renders the game as it would have looked during the golden age of interactive movies!

  • Fight a clown!

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Publisher:
All Seeing Eye Games
Developer:
All Seeing Eye Games
Genres:
Indie
Source:
All Seeing Eye Games
Released:
Friday, October 9, 2015
Modes:
Languages:
Chinese (Simplified), English, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Headset:
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: Dual Core
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 800x600 or higher
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard & Mouse or Xbox 360 Gamepad
Recommended Requirements
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Reviews for Press X to Not Die

80
A rather short, yet entertaining interactive film

Press X to Not Die is a quite good experience, with hilarious dialogue choices, pretty good acting, and multiple endings to unlock. When it comes to its gameplay, Press X to Not Die does not have much of it, being most of it just selecting a dialogue option or just pressing a button prompt that appears on your screen at certain times (Basically, a QTE). Since most dialogue options lead to different situations, the game does have some replayability if you liked the first playthrough and want to see the different endings to the story. The game's plot is not to be taken seriously. People suddenly turn aggresive and start killing others on the street, the main character's best friend is murdered in front of him, so he tries to find his girlfriend, pick her up and escape town as soon as possible. Overall, I would recommend getting Press X to Not Die at full price if you are a fan of interactive comedy films and are interested in seeing every single ending, or waiting for it to go on sale if this is not a genre you particularly like, but want to give a shot eventually.

70
This game doesn't take itself seriously ,Which is okay !

Press X to Not Die is apocalyptic interactive movie of some sort, which is slightly like the game Missing, it's very simple , some clip plays on your screen , you get prompted to press a key (X for example) and another clip plays out depending on the key you pressed or weather or not you clicked that key, quick time events are present here and plenty, you get to make choices every now and then which will reflect on how the game goes and offer a bit more replayability , you need to note that this game doesn't take itself seriously and it's about mocking horror films or horror games, that being said , acting is pretty bad and I guess since it's not a serious game it is supposedly okay , lots of funny situations and events happen and they're just ridiculously funny . Acting is not that all great , music is simple, the game is very short but it has some replayability value, it is pretty funny and god way to spend some time, but if you're looking for something serious then you need to look elsewhere.

70
This game doesn't take itself seriously ,Which is okay !

Press X to Not Die is apocalyptic interactive movie of some sort, which is slightly like the game Missing, it's very simple , some clip plays on your screen , you get prompted to press a key (X for example) and another clip plays out depending on the key you pressed or weather or not you clicked that key, quick time events are present here and plenty, you get to make choices every now and then which will reflect on how the game goes and offer a bit more replayability , you need to note that this game doesn't take itself seriously and it's about mocking horror films or horror games, that being said , acting is pretty bad and I guess since it's not a serious game it is supposedly okay , lots of funny situations and events happen and they're just ridiculously funny . Acting is not that all great , music is simple, the game is very short but it has some replayability value, it is pretty funny and god way to spend some time, but if you're looking for something serious then you need to look elsewhere.

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