Pikuniku for PC
PC - Windows

Pikuniku

Jan 24, 2019
8.62
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247th of 18490

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About this game

Developer: Sectordub
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Pikuniku is an absurdly wonderful puzzle-exploration game that takes place in a strange but playful world where not everything is as happy as it seems. Help peculiar characters overcome struggles, uncover a deep state conspiracy, and start a fun little revolution in this delightful dystopian adventure!

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Windows 7, 8.1, 10 x86/x64
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E4500 (2 * 2200) or equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 9600 GT (512 MB) / Intel HD Graphics 2500
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Controller Recommended

Gamer Reviews

1491 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

17 Reviews
7.71
Dave LambdenJan 19, 2019
Pikuniku often had me asking “where did they come up with this?”. And that is always a good sign in a creative space. This game will not challenge you nor will it show you anything that you haven’t seen before from a mechanic point of view. Clocking in at only 3 to 5 hours, you won’t even be playing it for all that long. But what Pikuniku will do is make you smile. It’s outrageous, random, nostalgic, and most importantly, shouldn’t be missed.
Damien GulaJan 21, 2019
If you are looking for a game that will constantly have you asking yourself what you just experienced, Pikuniku may just be what you are looking for. The main story can take you anywhere from 3 - 5 hours along with nine co-operative levels, trophies to discover, and achievements to unlock. Pikuniku is a truly delightful fever-dream on two spindly legs.
Jordan HurstJan 21, 2019
Pikuniku constantly reminds me of Animal Crossing, despite being a completely different game. It’s that same sort of aimless feel-good experience that’s meant to be played between more “serious” works. It says a lot that most of its problems manifest merely as disappointment with what could have been, rather than frustration at what there is.

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