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Interact with the world. Paul Pixel is a point-and-click adventure game where you interact with the environment and characters by tapping on them. Make sure to collect the right items and use them at the proper times to solve puzzles.
Solve puzzles. Use your head to figure out ways to get past obstacles on your journey to get out of the city. Use the touch controls to pick the items you need, and tap on objects and characters in the environment to interact with them.
Humorous dialogue. Paul Pixel is a fun retro point-and-click adventure with amusing dialogue and pop culture references. How many can you find?
What is it about?
Paul Pixel ($1.99) by Xoron GmbH is a classic point-and-click adventure game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where alien zombies have taken over. If you’re a fan of the point-and-click genre and love some zombie apocalypse action, then Paul Pixel is the game for you.
For those who...
- Like post-apocalyptic zombie themes
- Enjoy point-and-click adventures
- Like to solve puzzles
Not for those who...
- Don't like point-and-click adventure games
- Don't care for zombie themes
- Don't like puzzles
Why we love it
Paul Pixel has awesome retro pixel artwork, delightful SID chip tunes, easy controls, and challenging puzzles to solve as you progress through the story.
App Store Description
An ordinary guy forced to defend the world from an alien invasion of infectious zombies. A point-and-click adventure with beautiful pixel art and bombastic retro sound.
"It looks great, it controls wonderfully, and it's got a cheeky sense of humor" - Pocket Gamer: 8/10
Featured in App Store section "New Games We Love".
Gameplay is similar to old games like Maniac Mansion, Zac McKraken, Beneath A Steel Sky and Monkey Island, but the game has a unique interface that is optimized for touch. Unlike most other point-and-click adventures the player actually holds the current item in his hand.
All handcrafted pixel art.
All game music only uses original Commodore C64 SID chip sounds, but polyphonic and with professional effects. The main theme of the Paul Pixel game was composed by the Pixel Lover Orchestra and is called "They Want To Get Us". Other chiptune highlights are "The Awakening" by the underground duo Retro Arcade Boys and "The Giant Meteor" by 8-Bit Factory.
An average guy called Paul Pixel discovers that the part of the city where he lives was put in quarantine. Apparently there has been a zombie outbreak. He needs to get out...
Of course, a short time later he needs to save the whole earth from this zombie apocalypse.
Playtime: 2.5 - 3 hours
English, German, French