‘Life of Pixel’ by Super Icon Meets Steam Greenlight and Kickstarter

Life of Pixel

Today Super Icon has announced that their game, Life of Pixel, has kicked off its Steam Greenlight campaign! “This is an exciting time, it is our first foray onto Steam, so we are very excited” commented Claire, Co-Owner and head of Business Development at Super Icon.

Life of Pixel is an adventure platforming game and has recently begun a Kickstarter campaign to get help bringing the game to new platforms, including PC, Mac, iOS and Android. Stretch Goals include OUYA, Wii-U and PS3 versions with the aim of taking Pixel to a wider audience and spreading the love for ancient home game computers and consoles!

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About Life of Pixel

Life of Pixel is a retro platform game dedicated to the brilliance of classic gaming machines.

Pixel features platforming goodness spanning over 72 levels of moving & destructible platforms, double jumps, gravity inversion (walk on ceilings) and lots of different enemies that Pixel must avoid to unlock the history of the pixel.

Key Features

  • Explore nine classic 8-Bit gaming machines – with more to come!
  • 72 levels of platforming goodness
  • Authentic pixel graphics based on each machine’s graphic limitations
  • Fantastic chip music soundtrack using the sound chips for each machine
  • Race against the clock, collect the gems and avoid the enemies – easy right?

Screenshots

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Trailer

About Super Icon

Super Icon is a shiny new London based independent multi-platform game development & digital publishing studio who strive to create intelligent playful game titles and Apps with uniqueness to either the gameplay or content. Owned and operated by Richard and Claire Hill-Whittall, the team has developed and released over 30 games for PSVita, PSP, PS2, Wii and PC.


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Nathan is Co-Owner of Indie Game HQ and an avid gamer. He helped create this website in hopes of bringing attention to this undervalued genre.
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