BulkyPix’s ‘Please, Don’t Touch Anything’ Goes on Sale

BulkyPix’s ‘Please, Don’t Touch Anything’ Goes on Sale

Jun 24, 2016

Please, Don’t Touch Anything, the new-ish game from BulyPix, is on sale right now… and we are talking about 80% off.

Please, Don’t Touch Anything is a cryptic, brain-racking puzzle game about bathroom breaks, screwdrivers and nuclear explosions.

Covering for a colleague taking a bathroom break, you find yourself in front of a mysterious panel which only component is a red button. And since you’ve clearly been instructed not to touch anything, the only thing you want to do now is pushing the damn button.

Push it and expect to be held liable for any unintended aftermath. And there will be many.


– 25 devious enigmas
– Singular pixel art
– Atmospheric chiptune soundtrack
– Touch screen optimized gameplay

Yes… all this for $0.99 (down from the regular price of $4.99); no word on how long this sale will last.

The trailer is below.

Light Apprentice Volume 1 Due Out Very Soon

Light Apprentice Volume 1 Due Out Very Soon

Nov 23, 2015

Bulkypix is launching the first four chapters of digital comic gamebook Light Apprentice… on November 26th to be exact.

Per the presser:

Light Apprentice is a one-of-a-kind comic gamebook offering a whole new gaming experience on mobiles. With its unique hand-drawn graphics, its engaging storyline driven by the choices players make and its accessible RPG gameplay, Light Apprentice is setting an interesting milestone for the integration of comic books into video game.

In Light Apprentice, players incarnate Nate, a young boy waking up to a world ravaged by war after having spent 300 years in a deep sleep. The Planet’s environment is damaged and on the course to destruction. Only Nate and the four other last remaining Apprentices may have the key to restore balance to the Planet’s environment, thus saving the world.

Light Apprentice Volume 1 gathers the first four chapters of the epic hand drawn comicbook saga. Following the release of the first chapter back in 2014, decision was made to wait until the development of all four chapters was finished in order to release all of them simultaneously and offer player more content at once.

The game will cost $4.99.

Yes… the trailer:

Beyond Space Review

Beyond Space Review

Apr 3, 2014

Space cowboys take heed: Beyond Space is here.

The gameplay is quite engaging. The tutorial is a mission in and of itself, replete with instruction and back and forth dialogue. It shows the basics of flying, dogfighting and more. Controlling the space fighter is a matter of using one of the options provided: tilt or virtual joystick. There is a frontal radar system, and spot buttons for shooting and afterburnrs to the right of the screen. There is also gesture-based controls for evasive and tactical maneuvering like rolling and U-turns, and vitality meters at the top left.

The tutorial goes on to show how to bring all these parts together, and I found it to be a pretty fun affair. Finishing the tutorial by successfully completing the tasks given leads the main missions.

A lot of the missions involve making it to waypoints, but of course there are enemy distractions. The radar is all inclusive, showing green dots for friendlies and red for bogeys. The dogfights involve running and gunning while bey1dodging enemy fire. The alert system is pretty slick, with a color alert ominously showing up that signifies there is a missile coming in. This is where the speed boosts, barrel rolls and spins become especially useful. In the end, it’s a war of attrition, and the better shooting pilot wins. The Hangar serves at the game shop, with several aircraft, weapons, defenses and boosts that can be unlocked and used via progress.

The artwork is well done, with dark colors and 3D visualizations that do a good job of conveying the the vast reaches of space, with floating debris, swooping spacecraft and explosive collisions.

I like that the game comes with three types of difficulty, and I am obviously a fan of the tutorial. The cutscene conversations are cheeky, if a teeny bit cheesy, but the game is fun and engaging overall.

Beyond Space is available on the Play Store for $2.99, and the one-time purchase model increases is attraction.