Pix the Cat looks like an infinite, mind-bending Pac-Man - destructoid

Pix the Cat looks like an infinite, mind-bending Pac-Man

2:15 PM on 08.14.2014

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

You need to see the .gifs

Trying to describe Pastagames' Pix the Cat in text feels futile when there are perfectly good .gifs of this arcade-style game in action that capture what makes it so cool.

But I'll try. It's sort of like a chaotic mix of Pac-Man and Snake, where you play as a cat trying to rescue ducklings and avoid obstacles in the "Grid of Infinity." Levels are nested in one another, allowing you to seamlessly descend further without missing a beat.

The game is planned for a fall release on PS4 and PS Vita (with Cross-Buy). Add it to the list.

PIX the CAT Announced for PS4, PS Vita [PlayStation Blog]


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