Mini Golf Mundo Review

Developer: EnsenaSoft Publisher: EnsenaSoft Platform: PC – Steam After successful rounds of weird golfing in Golf With Your Friends, I decided to load up another mini golfing game from my Steam library. Unfortunately, this decision came before remembering the game […]

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Eversion Review

Developer: Zaratustra Productions Publisher: Zaratustra Productions Platform: PC – Steam Eversion is one of those games that it seemed everyone had played back a few years ago. Time and time again, it saw mentions in articles and forum posts about creepy games. […]

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Golf With Your Friends Review

Developer: Blacklight Interactive Publisher: Blacklight Interactive Platform: PC – Steam Mini golf is pretty fun in real life, but not something I typically get to play very often. Golf With Your Friends brings this simple formula to the gaming world with […]


Checking Out Steam Releases in March 2017

It’s time for the third of my monthly Steam summary articles. As usual, expect to find some information about the total number of games released in March as well as how many of them were Early Access and/or virtual reality releases.

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Kitty Cat: Jigsaw Puzzles Review

Developer: EnsenaSoft Publisher: EnsenaSoft Platform: PC – Steam Casual games are great. For me in particular, they grant an escape from playing other games which require more attention, strategy, and skill. Because of this habit, I’m increasingly aware of which […]


Welcome to Pixel Pacas!

Chances are, if you’re here reading this post then you’re aware of what’s going on. Those with no clue of forthcoming shenanigans can check out the about page for more information. Regardless, this is an introductory post before things get going.

Pixel Pacas is a gaming site which got its name out of what was initially a joke. The joke grew into something much larger, though, as you can now see. “Pacas” refers to to “alpacas” which are cute, if awkward animals which you can see depicted in multiple places on the page.

The intent of Pixel Pacas is to be a place to house reviews and other musings about games. Sometimes they may be for hugely popular titles and other times it may be about niche visual novels. Really, there are no restrictions being put on content because there are just too many varieties of games out there. Why restrict yourself to one when you can enjoy a taste of each?

Hopefully, the site may introduce you to new games or remind you of old favorites. With that said, let us know what you like, don’t like, or want to see in the future!

Marcus & Leah