Summary: I thought this was going to be quirky and fun, but it was just absurd... I can't really recommend this title with regards to gameplay, perhaps if there was more logic behind the choices you make rather than just having to randomly click on something to see what obscure or downright bizarre events...
Summary: I'm sorry, but this is not a game. This is an abomination and an ear assault, with horrendous music and a non existent gameplay. It is pointless and stupid point and click hoping you get it right. Avoid like the plague.
Summary: This game is horrible. A 30 second long soundtrack that would not be out of place in hell repeats over and over as you play (click on stuff). Please don't take my word for it, though: I'm biased by my sense of hearing. Also, for some reason it is designed to be hard to exit.
Summary: After playing through the story mode, I still don't quite understand what I just experienced. Nothing makes sense, and nothing is funny it's just stupid. Most of the levels don't require you to think, but more so require you to click randomly.
Summary: So, I got round to playing McPixel today. It's not an easy one to review. I initially played for about 30 mins. And I immediately thought dafuq am I playing? It's as mad as a sack full of badgers. Nothing seems to make any sense, there's no real logic or process to follow.
Summary: very fun game and a cheap one too. the game is really short, but it comes with a lot of free DLC it has no replay value, once you beat all levels and endless mode it's just the same, with no interruptions i hope community keeps producing new levels.
Summary: This game is exactly what it tells you it is. Watch the video before you buy. I picked it up for 1 dollar on Steam and am really glad I did. Though the game may not leave me with my sides splitting, it is packed with the most random and unpredictable humor ever. Trial and error point and click game.
Summary: McPixel is a point-and-click adventure game with a very simple premise: in each stage, prevent a bomb from exploding within 20 seconds. The gameplay usually consists of interacting with various things on the screen and figuring out what the solution is, usually by deduction (there aren't that many...
Summary: McPixel wants to be witty and alluring but ends up being a random and wild click-fest. Humour is not so hilarious and gags are often lame but once you learn you can skip all the cut-scenes it's not so terrible.