Among the dozen or so games strewn about New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (during last week’s Kill Screen-curated “Arcade” event) two titles had their playable debuts: Eric Zimmerman and Nathalie Pozzi’s “Starry Heavens” (“a physical game of power and betrayal”), as well as Matt Boch and Ryan Challinor’s “Pxl Pushr” (“something akin to a full-bodied theremin blended with a puzzle game”). Considering what the two freshman entries were up against — critically acclaimed games like Limbo, Canabalt, and Echochrome — it was impressive that both games had lengthy lines throughout the evening.
I mean no offense when I say this, but Pxl Pusher looks like what would’ve happened if Kinect technology had existed in the Coleco Vision days. In the same way that your Dad’s sweet 1973 Lacoste track jacket still looks totally rad, so does Pxl Pushr. The bizarre look is both a measure of the dev duo’s style — their day jobs are as designers at Harmonix — and of the short-term development cycle."
Joystiq - “Pxl Pushr’ blends Kinect and iPad play to impressive, multicolor results”