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Welcome to PixARK, a vast, wild world filled with vicious dinosaurs, magical creatures and endless adventure! To survive in this mysterious land, you must tame creatures both ferocious and cuddly, craft high tech and magical tools, and build your own base out of cubes. With a robust character creator, an infinite number of voxel based maps and procedurally generated quests, your PixARK adventure will be completely unique. Team up with friends to form a tribe, or play on your own. Spend your time building a towering fortress or go on a quest in a sprawling cavern. Fly on the back of a dragon and smite your enemies with a magic wand, or ride a mighty T-Rex and blast your foes with a rocket launcher. In the world of PixARK, how you play is up to you – as long as you survive! FEATURES Over 100 creatures to tame, train and ride Voxel block building system Procedurally generated maps Procedurally generated quests Creative Mode, where you can build anything you can imagine Extensive character creation tools, and character progression systems with skill trees and customizable stats
Release date
Mar 27, 2018
Snail Games
Snail Games USA, Inc.
Snail Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit versions)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400/AMD FX-8320 or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB/AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB or better
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires broadband internet connection for multiplayer
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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PixARK reviews and comments

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Early Access Review Update after nearly 70 Hours: I'm still thrilled. Still no Crash. The occasional FPS burglaries became a bit Rarer. The Programmers are diligently weeding out in the Bow. Currently annoying: Driving a rail Vehicle around Curve almost always leads to derailing, The Refrigerator is a Joke because the Meat is still gamming. Just use Lemons: Keep Long, Heal something and also quench Thirst. Am jez level 46 and I'm already looking forward to autonomous Guns for Bad-science defense ...--------------------------------------------------------Hi, now I've played 28 Hours ... I have also read the negative Reviews, but I cannot comprehend them in their extreme Evaluation. The Game captivates you after a very short Time (always provided you have a Soft Spot for Minecraft). I'm a rather cosy Player and I'm only little out of the Starting Area. I now have Level 32, a sizeable "Base" and had Mass fun along the Way. Taming the Dinos is fun, the Sense of achievement after the first Flight on a Dino Fantastic. That a Descent in Flight led to Death by a Lightning Strike, I then found (it was the Maiden Flight) not even so wild. That an Alpha Game certainly still has annoying Shortcomings (Bugs I don't even call this) is normal: > After Logging back, my Quest log says I don't have a Quest that Tells Questbox that I have to give up my running Quest first ... It is sure that it will be fixed soon. > That when I Fill with Fuel I can only release the whole Stack (into the Chest, or from it I can share from it) OK, still Sponge over it. But the Game runs most Of The time without Rucklers, I had no crash, EVEN otherwise no other Problems with the Performance (OK, would have surprised me, GTX 960, Ryzen 1700 +) That all the Flight engines attacked me in Plain sight when I had lifted one of their Eggs, Then I would smile, because I found that a nice Detail, in which you as a Player realize that the Programmers are thinking along and are there with Zeal. If now some Players think that the Opponents in the next Zones are far too heavy, then I prefer to know here: Preferably find Permanent challenges in the running of the Game than after 4 Days complain that it would be too difficult. I myself first put down rare Objects, and then test a Angrif on an unknown Opponent. If I am dead, I will come again later. In this Sense: If You like Minecraft, you can access without hesitation. The Skillsystem and the various Equipment and Weapons alone are worth it. Christian Anzinger
This game is an excellent choice for people who seek for pain and suffering from gameplay. Maybe there is something interesting there but it’s just invisible because of lagging.
«Buggy as hell»
Well, for the game in Early Access it’s quite good and I had fun playing it. Just three things need to be fixed: too crowded official servers (40+ people, it’s so trashy) mining hitboxes is buggy inventory of storage is designed badly. I don’t want to scroll it for 10 minutes to find the item I need! But these problems are not that big though, so in general I like the game.
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