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Pixel Press review: this is what it’s like to draw a video game


When I was a kid, video games didnt end the moment I turned off the NES. Last year a project called Pixel Press raised more than $100,000 on Kickstarter in order to build a series of apps with the ambitious goal to let you turn your pen-and-paper drawings into actual video game levels. You simply sketch out an idea on some graph paper, snap a photo with your iPad, and then transport your creation into a level editor where you can flesh it out with power-ups and some added visual flair. Its a compelling idea, especially for someone like me who never bothered to learn coding and hates futzing around with video game level editors.

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