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Unpixelate (3D puzzle)

By DeNA Co., Ltd.

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Unpixelate is a unique, colorful, and brain twisting 3D puzzle game now available for the first time on iOS devices!
Easy to learn but tough to master with addictive gameplay, Unpixelate has all the hallmarks of a great puzzle game. Explore the dazzlingly colorful world, enjoy retro pixel artwork and music, and face the challenge of solving 100 distinct puzzles!

* NO In-App Purchases, you pay a low price upfront for the ability to play through all the levels!

- INTUITIVE AND ADDICTIVE GAMEPLAY! – It’s easy learning how to navigate through the 3D world. Challenging levels that twist in around three-dimensional space will twist your brain in ways you never thought possible!

- COLORFUL RETRO WORLD! – Pixel explosions and retro soundtracks draw you further into the puzzle solving adventures.

- 100 LEVELS! – That’s 100 unique and challenging puzzles to solve, hours of game play for one low price.

- FUN AND CHALLENGING PUZZLES! – You will find blocks of ice and fire, teleporters, buttons, spikes and more; use them or avoid them but you must get to the goal.

- HIT GAME NOW ON MOBILE! – Now play the highly rated Steam and PS3 game on your iPhone or iPad!

Download Unpixelate now and immerse yourself into a brand new unique puzzle experience on your iPhone or iPad.


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Reviews (Steam and PS3 versions):

“… a fun and engaging game well worth the $10 price tag. The levels are masterfully balanced and the visuals are stirring, making for an impressive overall package.“
8/10 IGN

"Could Doctor Entertainment have come up with the Trials of puzzle gaming? Buy it now, rewire your ailing brain and find out."
9/10 Eurogamer

“If you have even a passing interest in the puzzle genre, then this is a title you need to pick up and appreciate.”
9/10 Worth Playing

“Great puzzle game. Great indie game. Great indie puzzle game. Need I say more?”
8.5/10 ME Gamers

“A simple idea that is acted upon with great focus and substantial ingenuity to produce a complex and compelling puzzle game.”
8/10 The Sixth Axis

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Customer Reviews

Glad I didn't listen to negative reviews

I can certainly understand why people's initial review of this game was negative. (And to be honest, if it wasn't for the video demo and pleasing graphics I probably wouldn't have bought it.) The movement can feel clunky, the tutorial levels are overly simplistic, and lack of written instructions could easily be frustrating.
However, once you learn how the ball (and the camera) moves, the game's as fun as it is beautiful.

For me, the clunky movement was resolved when I understood that the ball moves one square at a time (unless you continuously press, in which case there is a delay which caused me to press again. Both inputs registered and the ball rolled off the edge). If you press once, the ball will move one square.

As another reviewer pointed out (thanks for that!) press twice to jump.

If you cannot get the ball to move, try swiping up on your screen or left/right in the top half of your screen. This moves the camera, which shows the squares at a new angle, and the ball will agree that it should move.
(Tap/press left to move left, right to move right, and above the ball to move up)

Oh, and if you get stuck (like I did) on the tutorial level with a magnifying glass, you have to pinch(zoom in/out) on your screen before the ball will move.

It doesn't take long to figure out, but I personally would have preferred to have written instructions.

The game has run well on my iPad Air (still running iOS 8.1)


Guys, while the tutorial could use an update with some words, it is awesome. Just based on how much you have to think in order to figure out the controls, it really separates the smart clever people from the simple ones. If you're smart and clever, you'll get this game. It's beautiful and honestly nowhere near as buggy as everyone's making it seem to be. I give it a 9.5/10. Trust me, you'll love it.


What a waste of 3 dollars. Controls are so bad and don't work half the time.

Unpixelate (3D puzzle)
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $2.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released:
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 88.6 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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