A pixelated first person shooter made in Game Maker. Play through an exciting 16 mission Campaign mode, level up and dominate in offline multiplayer-esque Arena mode, survive wave after wave in Survival mode, and build custom levels for export in the Level Editor. Will support Texture Packs and future expansions including new maps, guns, a second episode, and more.

Report abuse First Pixel Shooter version 2.1 Patch
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patch_2.1_.exe
Type
Patch
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hatonacat
Date
Aug 17th, 2013
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5.77mb (6,049,234 bytes)
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Version 2.1 You'll need the full version 2.0 download to use this. This patch (no other files included for download ease) fixes many problems produced throughout development which includes some problems in at least two Campaign missions, of which rendered the levels unbeatable. Game Maker Server integration allows for online leaderboards and friend tracking! Also adds three Arena maps: Jungle, Containment, and Summer Tundra. As with version 2.0, this version may have other problems created while fixing others... INSTRUCTIONS: Place this .exe in your F.P.S. directory and execute this file. After patching, F.P.S..exe should be ready to play properly.

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Released Mar 20, 2013
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