Have you been wishing you could play a 2D side-scroller that goes from one single pixel all the way to 32-bits? Well look no further because TicToc Games Adventures of Pip has you covered there. You play as a character named Pip that starts out as a single pixel literally and absorbs his enemy’s pixels to power up and transform into a 32-bit SNES looking sprite with each iteration possessing a different set on moves.
TicToc Games returns with their efforts to crowd fund via Kickstarter with $11k already funded as of now. TicToc has set a pledged goal for $40,000 for the full release of Adventures of Pip, and it will be available for download on Steam for Windows and Mac and Nintendo Wii U. Their stretch goals are $50k for Xbox One/Xbox 360 and $60k for PS3/PS4 home consoles. A New Game + is set for $70k with unannounced goals after that.
Check out the trailer above, the gallery below and visit their Kickstarter page for more info.