PewDiePie is one of the most popular youtubers worldwide. This is why it is not surprising that there are a lot of products based on his image and content. Recently, one of them was published, and it is an RPG for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and Android phones. We’re talking about PewDiePie’s Pixelings, a mobile game where you can put together a team of Pixelings.
Pixelings are creatures that youtuber fans will recognize for their presence in other games. In this game you will participate in turn-based battles. You will have to know how to take advantage of the abilities of each creature to overcome the challenges that face you, to be able to progress and receive rewards that allow you to obtain more Pixelings.
Something important about PewDiePie’s Pixelings is that it is a game with single-player and multiplayer components. This means that you will have the opportunity to get your Pixelings to fight against players from different parts of the world in a competitive real-time PvP mode.
As PewDiePie commented in a video, all the PewDiePie’s Pixelings animations are handmade. Thus, the project has an attractive visual style reminiscent of 32-bit era games, although with some modern elements.
Trouble has been brewing across the land; a mysterious being has been consuming Pixeland’s inhabitants. It’s up to you and PewDiePie to defeat the threatening invaders and restore order to Pixeland’s different worlds!
In other news, PewDiePie once again attracts attention internationally. Recently he did it by sharing a meme of the president of China, which won him having been banned in this country. In a recent video (via VG24 / 7), PewDiePie announced that he was blacklisted by the Chinese government.
As a consequence, users who live or visit this country can no longer access Swedish content from any Internet site. In fact, if they look for his nickname in any search engine, all they will get is a blank page.
Well guys, we did it. I am banned from China. So it is. After I talked about the Hong Kong protests and made fun of their leader for looking like Winnie the Pooh, they banned me from China. Now, if you’re looking for anything related to PewDiePie in any forum related to reddit in China or a related YouTube video, then you won’t find any results.
Later, PewDiePie showed that this situation afflicts him little, but he believes that the situation is sad for those who see his content in China.
I’m laughing, but I’m sorry if you’re in China and want to try to watch my videos. This sucks.
In recent weeks, the issue of China and Hong Kong has resonated in the world of video games after Blizzard banned a player for showing support for the protests. This caused the company to win several criticisms, including important US politicians.