A downloadable game for Windows

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A cyborg child travels between two different dimensions and explores the mysteries of these two contrasting worlds.

If you are interested in the game you can follow it on twitter :  @Pxlltd 

My incredible partner who programmed the game: @NaomiR88

My Personal twitter where I post my process and art: @Zap_Alzo


Updated 9 days ago
Published 17 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
AuthorZahraa Al Zubaydi
GenreAdventure, Puzzle, Role Playing
Tags2D, Funny, Hand-drawn, Narrative, Pixel Art, Robots, secrets, Unity

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Pixellated_Game.zip 69 MB

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Looks like a good game so far, but the pizza store is broken. Entering it just freezes my game on a forest image, and forces me to restart. 

Hi,

We have noticed the bug, and we predict that the resolution of the screen is making the game buggy, and it is something we are working on fixing. For now, try adjusting your display resolution to 1920x 1080  or 1280x 720 in your settings, this might make a difference. 

Thank you for your feedback :)

I tried to go in the pizza store and i see nothing but woods

Hello, 

I've seen this bug occur before and it usually derives from the frame rate or specs of the computer. 

 Do you also notice that the player is walking/drifting too fast? 

Thank you,

Zahraa

I absolutely love the graphics! And the story was very cute! Hope to see more!

Hello! Thank you very much for playing this game!!! I'm so glad you enjoyed it!! <3 

I love your play through so much!! It brought so much joy to my heart

 This is actually a small vertical slice of a bigger project I want to develop into a fully fleshed out game!

May I share this play through on my social media? I will fully credit you!

Thanks again!! :D

You're welcome! I love your game and definitely look forward to a full game! Yes, of course you can share my video. Thank you, I appreciate it!