Pixel Ripped 1989 Is an Indie VR Game with a Retrogaming Vibe


Fully [H]
Apr 10, 2003
Pixel Ripped 1989 is an Indie VR game where you fight the bad guys in the virtual "real world" of your classroom and again in the 2D sprite world comprised of pixel art, retrogaming inspired levels. I have a soft spot for retrogaming and the title looks like it would be a ton of fun; especially if you've ever taken a Gameboy to school and tried to avoid the teacher's ire. It is out now on the Steam Store and the Oculus Store. It even has a 20% off launch discount lowering the price to $19.99. Not a bad price for a VR title!

In the game, the player inhabits Nicola, a second-grade student who must help Dot save both realities from this menace by facing challenges in the retrogaming 2D world, all while distracting the cranky teacher and escaping from the furious headmaster in her own 3D world.