About the Game
Axel and Pixel are trapped in a beautiful but dangerous dream world. If they plan to get out they must solve its mysteries. Drawn by hand and rendered in full high-definition, Axel & Pixel is a unique journey through an artist's dream. Axel and Pixel features 24 stunning chapters set in 4 different seasons, 3 vehicle minigames and many challenging puzzles.
One day Axel, a painter, and his dog Pixel awaken trapped in a beautiful but perilous dream world of his own creation. They must solve the mysteries of Axel's landscapes to get home. Guide the duo through this awe-inspiring world to help Axel fulfill his greatest wish – to paint a picture of all four seasons in a single day. Unlock the full game for 24 stunning chapters in different seasons, vehicle mini-games, many challenging puzzles and hand-drawn art rendered in full high-definition, Axel & Pixel is a unique journey through an artist's dream.
- OS: Windows XP-SP2 or later
- Processor: 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 1GB
- Hard Disk Space: 800MB
- Video Card: nVidia GeForce 7800, ATI Radeon X1650 or better
- Sound: Stereo soundcard
- DirectX®: 9.0c, 10
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A classy, short, and enjoyable game that definatly is worth playing. The characters are unique and the story, while told with no words at all, revivals some of the better puzzle games out there. What would of stopped me from buying this game though would of been the arcade elements that were thrown in. It's like having peanut butter stuck in jelly, and ultimately only kinda works but as long as you dont play to much of it.