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Pixel Ripped 1989

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Nicola incarnates Dot, our heroine, in a very special 8-bit quest: The Pixel Ripped stone is a magical rock that contains the soul of Dot's world, Adventureland, which has been stolen by the Cyblin Master. The evil Master is using its powers to open a portal from the game into the real world, bringing with him robots, dragons and general chaos! Be ready to "think 4th dimensionally" if you want to beat Pixel Ripped! Prepare to face a metagaming world full of surprises and tons of retro nostalgia!

A game within a game, Pixel Ripped is original, fun and packed full of surprises that will keep you guessing along the way. From the floor of 1970’s living room where you will be playing the first home gaming console, all the way up to the turn of the millennium. You’ll be treated to 2D sprites of the 70s to the bright and colourful 3D graphics of the 90s, Pixel Ripped truly is a nostalgic and mad trip down memory lane.

Geek out searching for hidden retro-easter eggs as you fight the mundane distractions of life so that you can get down to what’s most important – gaming!
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Pixel Ripped Inc.
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Arvore Immersive Experiences, LLC
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Pixel Ripped Inc.
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://www.pixelripped.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960, AMD Radeon R9 270 equivalent or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-3770 equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 280 equivalent or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Yes
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Pixel Ripped 1989 reviews and comments

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I've been waiting for this Title for a long time and now it's finally here! Was it worth the Wait? Pixel Ripped by ARVORE Immersive is one noticing from the Start that it's a Tribute to the 1980s. In the crude Story, we must save the real World from the Enemies of the digital Pixel World. So far as good. One plays the little video Game-obsessed girl named Nicola, with her Gear Kid handheld console, reminiscent of her extremely "Gameboy" and "Gamegear," she has to play through several Levels to defeat an evil Goblin named Cyblin Lord who made it Has managed to figure out how to spread Chaos and Destruction outside the Video game in Reality. Pixel Ripped didn't appear by chance in VR, though, because instead of just looking boring at the Console and mastering a 2D pixel adventure, we're having a Journey through the Dimensions with Nicola ... Pixel Ripped 1989 is split into four Levels, each of which takes place in a different Location in Reality. There is a simple InGame tutorial. As is customary with Old-school video games, you have three Lives. These are not lost if you die in the 2D range-that is, on the Gear Kid, but if you don't keep an eye On the grumpy teacher and distract her from time to time with a Spit ball by shooting it at certain Objects in the Room. When "Mrs. Pay Attention" comes to the Desk, we are sobbed to evil by her, and with that you lose a Life. So always hellishly watch out in Class! Allegedly you can play the Game as a practiced 89s in about 2 Hours. Normal Players, like me, certainly need many times the Time. 7.5h, to be exact! :) If you're honest and remember how difficult some late 80s and 90s Jump ' N ' runs were, with Spots that often required "intense Reps" to master them, Pixel Ripped 1989 does that really well ... Sometimes you want to throw the Controller across the Room ... It helps the Immersion enormously NOT to play with VR controllers, but with the normal Gamepad; Xbox controllers or the like. The Controls are very simple and are limited to Jumping and shooting/running. In each Level there are the mandatory Coins to collect, which have two Effects. Once they transform the 2D character girl from a Pixel pile into a complete Sprite, reminiscent of Mega Drive and SNES titles, for example. In addition, the Coins allow the Character to shoot faster. If you get wounded, the Figure loses the Pixels it has collected as Coins and the 2D sprite begins to morph back to its blocky former Self. Cube! Should there be another Part in the End? And is this a Poll at the end of the Game? Who knows, who knows ... Even by the Way Pixel Ripped is told in 1989, it's a purely seated experience best played with a Game Controller. Pixel Ripped 1989 is already a special VR experience. A Game that takes you back to your Childhood, including the fantastic Ideas that were buzzing around in your Head at the time. As far as you got big in the late 80s. But also a Recommendation for all Nostalgia fans! More Reviews from the 80s: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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