Mad Pixels

Mad Pixels


"Mad pixels" is an application that shows what effects can be achieved using only ordinary squares. In the application we have access to several modes, each of which allows you to select the number and size of "pixels". Random mode showing the chaos in its pure form, fractal mode, in which "pixels" move according to fixed patterns, 'Arkanoid' mode, slightly referring to the principles of this famous game. Moreover, in benchmark mode, we can see how many "pixels" our device is able to show at the same time.
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2.8
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5,000+
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File size
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About Mad Pixels
"Mad pixels" is an application that shows what effects can be achieved using only ordinary squares. In the application we have access to several modes, each of which allows you to select the number and size of "pixels". Random mode showing the chaos in its pure form, fractal mode, in which "pixels" move according to fixed patterns, 'Arkanoid' mode, slightly referring to the principles of this famous game. Moreover, in benchmark mode, we can see how many "pixels" our device is able to show at the same time.
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A Google User
Jan 8, 2014
Cool app
A Google User
Oct 7, 2012
Great Benchmark tool If you really want to see how your Galaxy Tab 10.1 holds up against your Droid RAZR, like I did, then this is the perfect tool! However the bad news is that the RAZR out performs the Galaxy and you end up wishing you had never tested them! Boo Hoo!
A Google User
Oct 7, 2012
Great Benchmark tool If you really want to see how your Galaxy Tab 10.1 holds up against your Droid RAZR, like I did, then this is the perfect tool! However the bad news is that the RAZR out performs the Galaxy and you end up wishing you had never tested them! Boo Hoo!
Dave
Oct 7, 2012
Great Benchmark tool If you really want to see how your Galaxy Tab 10.1 holds up against your Droid RAZR, like I did, then this is the perfect tool! However the bad news is that the RAZR out performs the Galaxy and you end up wishing you had never tested them! Boo Hoo!
A Google User
Sep 10, 2012
Cool Cool but insubstantial. Just a very, very brief tech demo. I wish there were more to it, like an "othello" mode or a fractal mode.