One of my favorite indie co-op games from last year, and even still today, was Can’t Strife Right Studios’ zombie shooter meets 8-bit beat ‘em up, Dead Pixels. It was a fresh take on a genre/theme of games (i.e., zombies) that is starting to wear its welcome out a bit. Between the ‘70s film grain effect, the nods and winks at various zombie games/films that came before, and the RPG elements, Dead Pixels was the kind of game that got me started on the whole indie kick in the first place. Now, the joy of killing 8-bit zombies can be shared even more with friends and family as Dead Pixels has arrived on Steam, and it has brought with it a handful of goodies.
This week in Indie-Ana Co-Op, we take a look at Dead Pixels, an incredible 8-bit zombie shooter that takes its cues from River City Ransom, and the PC version of Tobe’s Vertical Adventures. Folks who have been looking for a good starting point to co-op indie games need seek no further.
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