DISTRAINT: Pocket Pixel Horror will make you scared of 2D pixels
Halloween 2016 has been over for a few weeks now, but everyone likes a good scare at any time of the year. Developer Jesse Makkonen hopes to bring Android gamers some creepy experiences with DISTRAINT: Pocket Pixel Horror, which is now available on the Google Play Store after making its debut on PC in 2015.
The game centers on a character called Price, who apparently is one of those upwardly mobile folks who would do anything to make a business deal. In this case, he wants to form a partnership with a company by getting rid of people in apartments who have fallen behind on their rent. Since this is a horror game, Price is going to learn that task is going to take more than just an eviction notice on a door.
The game is a 2D side-scroller with some retro-style minimalist graphics and a simple user interface. While the game is free to download and play, there is a $1.49 in-app purchase that does away with its in-game ads. It’s been designed to take about two hours to complete so it’s not one of those adventure titles that will consume your life for days.
Will you be checking out DISTRAINT: Pocket Pixel Horror?