Pixel Gun World, now known as Pixel Gun 3D, is a decent first-person shooter that might have ended up in the bottom pile without the retro gaming gimmick not because it’s a terrible game but because it has to contend with giants like Halo, Call of Duty, Counterstrike: Global Offensive, and the latest Doom game. As for the pixel gun 3d coin generator, it’s a kind of cheat tool you can use in order to get as many in-game coins as you want to do with as you please (mostly to buy more in-game stuff like special guns and ammo). Fans of the genre think of Pixel Gun as a decent shooter and there’s a bit of crossover between them and fans of retrogaming as far as its pixilated aesthetic is concerned.
Pixel Gun Is a Charming and Appealing Game
- Its blockiness is reminiscent of both PlayStation 1 games and games from the 8-bit to 16-bit generation, where sprites are so small you can form them by blocky pixels. Or an FPS Minecraft. Or Minecraft mixed with guns. When playing this game, you’ll start with a primary level where you’ll be faced with a zombie horde that you’re supposed to take down as though you’re in a shooting gallery.
- It’s at this introductory level that you’ll practice your technique when it comes to shooting. It’s also a tutorial for you to know how to collect weapons and more guns, how to jump and evade enemies, and what to do in order to clear a level and go to the next stage every time. From there, you’ll be teleported to a graveyard where you’ll have to do battle and survive against another horde of the undead.
- It’s like Minecraft at night, except this time instead of creating fortresses and booby traps to kill these monsters you’ll instead face them on with guns, ammo, and melee weapons. The game is known for its wide variety of enemies, from ferocious bushes (or bush-like creatures at least) to skeletons straight from Jason and the Argonauts (except blocky) and your standard zombies. Gun them down before they can kill you.