Pixel Strike 3D review
The description of Pixel Strike 3D
Another Minecraft-like pixelated game for your phone. It’s a real-time shooter where you fight with other players. Shoot them, stab them, get points and rewards. Invite your friends to kill along with them. Choose your character, customize your weapons,
At first, you begin with a tutorial where you learn how to shoot. The controls are with a joystick which isn’t too comfortable it took some time to get used to it for me. You shoot by clicking on a special circle on the screen, you can also zoom in and out on the target.
There are different kinds of weapons including sniper gun. Then you have to choose the game mode: there are Competitive, Casual and Missions available where you play against other players, I personally preferred to play as a single player. Then you choose the scenery, and you have a few try to go and kill somebody. Not very comfortable to kill via your phone but it is possible. For killing each player you receive experience, then you can get to the next level with better weapons, better health, and better skills. Be careful not to turn off your phone otherwise, the game will be rebooted once you go back to the game. You can also create your own shooting arena here and create parties to play with.
You can cooperate with your friends into clans and play together with them as a team. Get high scores You get in Pixel Strike daily bonuses such as coins, credits and a case on the 5th day. You buy clothes, boots, skins, trails, etc. with coins; credits - are real money, you need them to buy coins (prices from 0.99$ to 99.99$).
I personally don’t like this pixelated game design. The characters have various shapes, appearances including Santa Claus, Slender man, Penguin, etc. but they all look similar, and it’s difficult sometimes to figure out what is the character. The weapons though look realistic and cool enough even axes. I also liked the variety of scenery you can choose from - it doesn’t look that different, but there are a lot of obstacles, stairs, rocks, houses which makes the gaming experience more difficult and fun. There’s no change in time of the day in the game - always daylight.
The music in this game isn’t what I expected - not typical aggressive themes but rather fun music closer to the fun side. It doesn’t excite you too much which isn’t good for this enough stressful game. Some songs I was replaying in my head - that’s a good sign that the music isn’t bad. The gunfight sounds are realistic, like real life weapons.
- Left handed mode
- Client prediction toggle option
- Display name length increased to 16
- Updated controls editor
- New in-game settings menu
- Water Gun now does area damage
- Bug fixes