Meet Rex, he is an avid adventurer and treasure hunter who is tasked with finding the lost and forgotten, and this time he has been given the job of locating the Golden Frog Idols. The Pixel Quest is so cool that it will never die. We all enjoy an adventure with a brave explorer in a pixelate decor. Pixel Quest web game is a treasure chase running over obstacles, using tricks and special abilities only an explorer could have. Help our hero finish every level by passing obstacles and dangerous zones to get the treasure. Have Fun!
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Use A or Left Arrow Key to move left, D or Right Arrow Key to Move right, W or Up arrow key to jump up, S or down arrow key to duck, L or Z to Dash, R to retry, and P to pause the online game.
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