Atari is introducing more mini-game antics to the PSP, announcing the forthcoming release of Hot Pxl to Sony's handheld console.
Hot Pxl, which is set for an Australian release by Christmas this year, is made up of 200 micro games inspired by street culture. In Hot Pxl the player is charged with guiding the central character, a half-skater, half-nerd named Djon, through a typical day in his pixellated digital world. The world of Hot Pxl features fast paced and varied micro-games ranging from the eccentrically outrageous, through to the subtle and cool, dipping into Atari's rich video game history for inspiration along the way.
The gameplay requires players to draw on their reflexes and 2D gaming prowess to get through hundreds of scenarios - whether it's blasting through an old-school style video game, busting tricks on a skateboard or a BMX, stage-diving at a pixellated concert, or just trying to cross a busy digital street.
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