Earlier this week, Hotline Miami released and very quickly became the indie flavor of the minute. Then the story emerged that the game's maker went into the forums at The Pirate Bay, home of, well, pirates, and provided technical support to people who were, technically, stealing the game.
It's not unusual to see the latest, hottest PC games available for download at The Pirate Bay, the Swedish file-sharing website that's one of the planet's primary sources for pirated entertainment — just not normally on the very front page.
Do yourself a favor: play some levels before you read the help in McPixel.
If you've ever thought that point-and-click games are too slow-paced, McPixel just might be the game for you. Rather than put you into a lengthy series of linear puzzles like most point-and-click games, McPixel throws you into absurd situations and gives you 20 seconds to solve them… or they explode.