Adventures of Pip
iOS Universal Games
“Adventures of Pip is a delightful little platformer full of charm, challenge and impeccable level design.”
4/5 – Hardcore Gamer
"A retro platformer that sets itself apart with the protagonist’s transformation from a single pixel into 8- and 16-bit incarnations."
8/10 - EGMNow
“The unique gameplay mechanics, including evo- and devolution, further add to the game's appeal, setting it apart from many of the modern platformers available today.”
4.5/5 – Gizorama
Adventures of Pip revitalizes the classic side-scrolling action platform genre. Pip -- the ultimate digital underdog – is a lowly single pixel in a 32-bit world who proves that you can’t judge a hero by the fidelity of his shaders. During the game, Pip gains the ability to evolve and grow by absorbing pixels from his fallen foes. Those same pixels can then be used to blast through environment puzzles and enemies, devolving Pip back to a single pixel. Players will explore five stylized worlds and experience up to 10 hours of epic adventure saving Pip’s village from the evil Queen DeRezzia.
Inspired by classic platformers, Adventures of Pip basks in a world where players can defeat a huge 32-bit boss as a single pixel or even as an 8-bit character.
With three different forms, evolve and devolve Pip to solve puzzles and defeat enemies; each with their own weakness and strength that must be unraveled throughout the campaign.
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** GAME CENTER BUG FIXED **
Queen DeRezzia can't hold us down! We located the nasty bug that caused some player's game to crash when the 'Welcome' banner for Game Center appeared due to large friend list.
** NEW DYNAMIC CONTROLS **
You can now fully customize the D-Pad controls! Resize or move the buttons to your liking!
Various bug fixes.
TouchArcade —'Adventures of Pip' Review - I Came In Like A Rectangle