Pixel Gun 3D

Pixel Gun 3D is a downloadable mobile survival shooter and a battle royale with zombies on top, all-in-one. Its characteristic feature is voxel graphics. Is the game any good? Let’s find out!  When it debuted in 2009, Minecraft revolutionized the gaming landscape with its sandbox approach and an endless amount of variety. But one thing that was particularly iconic about the game was, yes, you guessed it, its voxel-based graphics.

Instantly recognizable as being the Minecraft aesthetic, voxel graphics are nonetheless a quite widespread format that can be found on everything from Minecraft clones to other types of games done in that style.

One of those titles is Pixel Gun 3D, a game that instantly reminds the user of Minecraft but which is actually a browser-based arena shooter with voxel graphics.

How to Download Pixel Gun 3D

To download Pixel Gun 3D you should click on the Download link at the end of the review. You can get the game for Android from Google Play Store or for iOS from the Apple App Store. Another very similar free mobile game is Pixel’s Unknown Battle Ground.

The Game Review

Available on multiple platforms including the aforementioned browser variant, Pixel Gun 3D offers arena shooting action that comes in both standard formats and even minigames such as “Cops N Robbers” or even user-crafted gameplay modes.

One of the biggest fads right now in gaming are the battle royale titles like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. In a nod to this, the game even has a mode that approximates that gameplay style.

Similar to some of the Call of Duty games from Activision-Blizzard, there is even a zombie survival mode.

For those that aren’t aware of what this entails basically you and a group of buddies are pitted against endless waves of flesh-eating hordes, typically with progressive difficulty.

One of the main features of the game is user customization of everything from appearance to game mode and the emphasis on multiplayer action makes this title a compelling proposition.

Though the graphics are inspired by the Minecraft look the graphics engine actually outputs quite impressive environments with light sourcing and detail that is as charming as it is functional.

Not a minimalist game by any stretch of the imagination, Pixel Gun 3D does for arena shooter games what Minecraft did for sandbox gaming – it expands the horizon of possibilities for what players can do within its environment.

Offering a huge variety of enemies and a ton of variants on world types, the game also borrows from the real world in terms of what kinds of weapons are on offer. This is just one of the ways Pixel Gun 3D balances its somewhat serious gameplay objectives with a disarming nature.

Controls are typical for the browser-based game genre and are not complicated but aren’t overly precise at the same time. Progression and cooperation are the order of the day in this game, whether it is taking on the game’s enemies or battling it out with one another, this battle royale is continually about what you want out of it more than it is about driving you down a certain path.

Perfect for players that want something a little less graphic and earnest than PUBG but not quite as serious as Fortnite, Pixel Gun 3D is a breath of fresh air and comes at the awesome price of free. Of course, this is ad-supported but, again, you’re getting access to an awesome game as well as a booming community. That potent combination makes this shooter a fun time indeed.

Pixel Gun 3D
Pixel Gun 3D is a free first-person shooter mobile title. Download it if you like pixels, zombies, survival and battle royale tactics.
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Kehl Lutz

Kehl Lutz

Kehl Lutz, also known as Kehl Bayern is our staff writer and has over a decade of experience in online media and publishing. In terms of video games, he is interested in strategy, simulation, FPS, RPG, fighting, and retro games. Kehl Bayern is also the author of the science fiction thriller Animus Proxy. He is based in Boston, Massachusetts, and spends much of his time traveling up and down the east coast of the United States. You can follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.