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
"Without a doubt a graveyard smash" - Keen Gamer: 8/10
Featured in App Store section "New Games We Love".
Top 100 of App Store games in 15 countries!
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, Russian, Spanish
Ratings and Reviews
Loved it! A nice blast from the past in old school adventure games
A few tweaks would make it perfect. I often talk to the Sam person until they repeat. If you could move or tap to cancel a repeat conversation.
Also if tapping the edge of the screen it would be nice that you can change direction instead going to the next screen and coming back if you change your mind half way across the screen.
Wonderful old school adventure a little short but worth the price of admission. I really enjoyed it. Keep up the great work!
Worst game ever.
When I see point and click adventure games, I think they are games where you go and explore and enjoy moving around, along with, well pointing and clicking. One good example is Mario and the music box. But this game is nothing like that, nor any other good point and click game. It is poorly made with bad controls, insanely slow dialog, and most importantly, an insanely long and boring tutorial. It took me half an hour just to get through, and that's not including the parts of the game I played. Maybe if it was free, I wouldn't be writing this review right now, but instead, it costs 2 dollars! In conclusion, I would not suggest buying this game if your a customer, and if you're a game developer, if you want people to like this, you better get a major update!!!
Developer Response ,
Did you even play the game? Which tutorial are you talking about? You probably only wanted to promote your own game, which by the way will never reach the App Store because of copyright infringement.
I liked the pixel style but didn’t care for the game that much. The puzzles need to be sharper and more realistic in nature. I understand it’s not meant to be too serious and we’re talking zombies here but a skateboard to fix a flat tire? Really? Who would think of that? It’s also just too much zombie for me so it feels repetitive. More people gave it a better score so it’s obvious that this game just isn’t for me.
- Xoron GmbH
- 112 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016 Xoron GmbH
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