Drop into the battlefield with 20 other players in Last Pixels Battle and destroy your foes.
Explore and loot items, and equip yourself with a variety of weapons.
Defeat your foes, score headshots, and be the last man standing.
It’s safe to say that the battle royale genre is up and thriving in the mobile era, with Fortnite, PUBG, and Rules of Survival dominating the market. With that said, lesser popular titles are worth a quick look, including Last Pixels Battle. It isn’t exactly the best game among the slew of new and upcoming battle royale titles, but due to its simple approach to gameplay, it might be worth a shot. Should you try and play it then? Let’s find out what it has to offer:
Last Pixels Battle starts off like a typical battle royale game. You log in, create an account, and dive straight into a lobby with countless other players hoping to be the last player among the cast of 20. Usually, the wait on the lobby lasts a minute and a half. After time is up, you will jump into a small island with 20 other characters and face off against them in a pitch battle until one player remains. Like in typical battle royale fashion, the play area gets smaller after a set amount of time. Here though, the storm is a little more fast-paced, getting smaller within less than minute as matches are relatively shorter.
Compared to the maps in other games, the one in Last Pixels Battle is relatively small, considering that the number of players is only limited to 20. It is mainly an urban area, with a small forest in the outskirts and a crashed plane. The place looks like a scene from a post-apocalyptic movie, with freshly destroyed buildings and everything in a state of disarray. Unfortunately though, although the world itself is well-designed, it still feels empty since you cannot enter the buildings everything is just devoid of life. Moreover, it feels like there isn’t enough loot to go around, considering that you rarely come across weapons and equipment. You need to travel great lengths, thus exposing you to enemy fire, in order to pick up a decent amount of weapons.
In terms of presentation, Last Pixels Battle fails to live up to the others in the genre. The character models are comparable to Minecraft models, and though there are sound effects and ambient sounds, it feels poor. In addition, the gunplay doesn’t have any semblance of physics - as long as your enemy is on your crosshairs when you fire a shot, then it’s a hit. Fortunately, there is a varied assortment of weapons, from shotguns, sniper rifles, and SMGs. You can even use a melee weapon, like an axe or a crowbar, if you manage to pick one up.
Apparently, the developers failed to receive the memo that invasive advertisements in video games is a huge no-no. In my first playthrough, I had to go through a terrible interactive ad of a Final Fantasy RTS game without any option to exit. In addition, these ads appear often and are awfully invasive. It’s also a questionable decision to allow premium users to be equipped with armor the moment they parachute from the plane.
Overall, last Pixels Battle is a fairly decent game. Unfortunately, it’s only fun for an hour or two, and after that, it overstays its welcome. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for something to kill time, then this game could be a good option. Unfortunately, the ads can take a huge chunk of your time, so tread lightly if want to give it a shot!