So essentially, it’s up to you to stop explosions. lots and lots of explosions. In each level of each level pack, you’ll have twenty seconds to interact with your environment to prevent whatever explosive is around, whether it’s throwing a torpedo out the window of a submarine (defying all logic), or sacrificing a virgin to the angry volcano god. If you find all the jokes and gags in the six levels in a pack, you also get a bonus level. There are four worlds with three level packs each, an ending world, and an endless mode that lets you replay old levels.

To be honest, the randomness of the puzzles can be a bit frustrating at times, but that’s all part of the charm. How were you to know that you had to smack that DJ with something so that he’d throw his record at you, miss, and cut someone’s afro in half, carrying the bomb out of the club? Odd combinations and chains of events like this are often the solution, but brilliantly, some puzzles are absolutely blatant and clear as day about the solution, only you might be conditioned not to try the obvious solution at that point. This game is just packed with hilarity and variety, and it’s completely original to boot. If you still have reservations, there is a lite version to try. Otherwise, McPixel can currently be yours for the price of three dollars.

[appbox googleplay]