Pixely People Making Movies
By Nekomata Games
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4/5 stars "Pixely People is a lot of fun, much more action-packed than Game Dev Story and at least as full of personality." - Toucharcade.com
4/5 stars "The borderline insanity that can take place after filming gets underway can be totally exhilarating." - 148apps.com
"Pixely People Making Movies is the only game of its kind, and at $1.99 on the App Store, it’s a steal." - indiegamemag.com
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Welcome to your new movie studio! Create new movie types (how about a Dance/Horror movie?). Cast actors, frantically manage your unpredictable employees and finally create the Greatest Movie of all Time in this mix of simulation, RPG and drag and drop mayhem!
• Fast paced and addicting gameplay in 3 minute sessions, perfect for that short break
• Plan ahead to get the highest scores, but be prepared to change your plan fast when unexpected things happen
• Upgrade your employees as they level up, and hire new ones
• Unlock new Movie themes like Ninja, Western and Fantasy
• Game Center support with leaderboards and achievements
• No in-app purchases!
What's New in Version 1.0.3
* The up-and-coming actress Zeni Relliweg can now be casted in your movies!
* Ever wondered which of your friends made the best Zombie movie? Now you can find out with the new high score lists!
Put together movies and name them whatever you want! This is a great game to play if you only have a few minutes to play before you need to go to sleep, providing you have the incredible willpower to stop playing after only a few movies and actually go to sleep. It is nice each movie is timed so you have an intense few minutes and afterwards a breather between movies that also works as a signal to stop. Very fun!
My Profession in Pixels!
I love playing my own Movie Studio after a long day of shooting or editing. I only wish this game was more like the PC game The Movies and not so much about dragging and dropping to a timer. This could be a fun movie RPG if there weren't timers and it was more turn-based production decisions. But it's the closest thing we've got. And it does look pretty rad.
This is a fun and simple game but still challenging. There needs to be a way to get more actors and upgrade them. And with the higher difficulty movies it's nearly impossible to do a good job because the actors aren't good enough. A few improvements would really make it great!