Woodland Hills, CA, January 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Available today, the app Pixel Game challenges users to make their way through numerous levels as they guess different pictures. These pictures start out pixelated and become less pixilated (easier to guess) as time runs down. Users are given four choices for each picture and must select the correct answer in the allocated time. Pixel Game is great for the entire family.
Pixel Game is a unique picture guessing game. Starting at level one, a blurry pixelated image is displayed. As time starts to tick, the pixels decrease in size which makes the picture clearer. Each picture contains one correct answer along with three incorrect answers. Users must select an answer before the time runs out. Users earn more points the faster they select the correct answer. If an incorrect answer is chosen, no points are awarded and the next picture is displayed. Four out of five pictures must be answered correctly in order to move on to the next level. If less than four are answered correctly, that same level is to be played again. However, each play is unique because of the randomness of the pictures chosen in the level, the randomness of the picture order, and the random placement of the answers.
After every level (five pictures), Pixel Game sums up your score and displays the total earned points. When connected to Game Center, players can compete with others for the highest scores. Once all of the levels are played, the options are to either play them again to try to beat their high score or purchase more levels. Playing the same levels over is likely to be a unique experience due to the randomness in the level creation.
Pixel Game is available now and is a free app optimized for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Additional levels are available to purchase for 99 cents. Coming soon is a one on one game play where you can challenge friends to guess your own pictures.
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Pixel Game was developed by Bennett Berger.