Based in Sunny Scotland
In 1983 the city of New Hexington was destroyed after a chemical spill caused the dead to come back to life. By 1987 the whole of america had fallen to the T.O.X.I.N. virus. Welcome to 1991. The long awaited follow up to Dead Pixels comes straight to home video this October with all the new features you could ever want.
Dead Pixels II orginally started development in 2012. Two weeks into development Valve got in touch about bringing the orginal Dead Pixels to Steam. Development then halted until 2013 and has continued since then mostly with just a one man team and a few others to help out now and again.
- A procedurally generated city that is diferent every time you play.
- 1-4 player online and offline co-op.
- Story and quick game modes to suit your mood and play style.
- customisable characters.
- Full control pad support.
- Windows, Linux and Mac support.
There are currently no trailers available for Dead Pixels II: Straight to Video. Check back later for more or contact us for specific requests!
Logo & Icon
Request Press Copy
Please fill in your e-mail address below and we'll get back to you as soon as a press copy is available for you.
Alternatively, you can always request a press copy by sending us a quick email.
Steam Store Page
Add to wishlist on steam store.steampowered.com.
Offical Facebook page
The offical Facebook page facebook.com.
We're games studio a games studio run and founded by one delusional fool that thinks he can make good games.
More information on CSR-Studios, our logo & relevant media are available here.
Dead Pixels II: Straight to Video Credits
Programing, game design, artwork and making tea.
Additional pixel art