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Instead Of 1.19 Euro Currently For Free: This Android App Lets You Go Crazy, But Still Fun

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Instead Of 1.19 Euro Currently For Free: This Android App Lets You Go Crazy, But Still Fun

Android app for free: “Retro Pixel” for free instead of € 1.19

Ask someone over 40 how the video games of his childhood were. He will probably tell you: Very simple, but (compared to today’s casual games diet) incredibly difficult. In this tradition is the app “Retro Pixel” for Android, which is currently available for free in the Google Play Store:

You control with both thumbs a popping pixel (supposed to be a ball) that wants to be guided to its destination within the over 80 levels. There are diamonds to collect and avoid frustrating traps. As is necessary for a retro game, superhuman precision is required after a few levels – “by the way” you will not achieve anything here, it is the whole concentration required. That should appeal to fans of the critically acclaimed classic “Super Meat Boy”, but everyone else should at least try it – who cries, loses! Achso: The lines in the picture imitate so-called scanlines, synonymous that were normal at the time of the tube screen. Here is a little taste:

The offer is still valid for 6 days according to the developers. Note: Those who download “Retro Pixel” now for free, deposited the Android app so permanently in his Google Account and can later download it again for free – even if the free action is already over.

“Retro Pixel” free: Worth the download of the Android app?

The average rating in the Google Play Store is 4.2 out of 5 stars – that’s a good value. The users praise the fun but refer to extreme difficulty. We also tried Retro Pixel and can confirm that: The presentation in the video game look of the 70s / 80s with the right soundtrack is nice, the game mechanics are fast understood … but then it gets brutal. In fact, it may be that you get stuck and one at first chill pill. Take a break before trying again.

Good to know: “Retro Pixel” has no ads, no in-app purchases and does not want any Android permissions. This too is “retro”, as every owner of an Atari 2600 will confirm.

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