INC:The Beginning FREE

INC:The Beginning FREE


(3 stars)


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100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Old-fashioned graphics
  • Intuitive controls
  • Three-stars scoring system
  • Storyline
  • Needs more weapons/items
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Expert's Review

"Robot's soul"

Reviewed by / Oct 31, 2012

INC: The beginning is an old-fashioned arcade game

The guys of OrangePixel keep up their crusade to bring to Android old-school gameplay and graphics. Fans of pixels, simple controls and arcades are going to have a blast with INC.

INC places us on the year 2135 when robots have taken full control of human's world. You embody an agent who's called to bring back a balanced state of things. Your goal is to guide the agent through different comic-style environments and activate the three booster in every level before walking onto the beacon. Each level complete will approach the agent to his final goal.

Bear in mind that difficulty increases as you progress. New enemies and handicaps will show up to impede you reach your goal. Likewise, some booster will be hidden until you use your weapons to unhide them. Try to find all boosters in time, kill all enemies and spare lives left in order to get the three stars of the level (yes, three stars scoring system).

Concerning graphics, storyline and originality, INC: The Beginning is one of the best titles OrangePixel has released so far. Highly recommendable.

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A challenging comic book styled arcade game - INC ; from the creators of Meganoid and Stardash comes another awesome action game

"INC is the best and most accesible platformer that OrangePixel has released upto now" - 9.2

"Orange Pixel definitely are producing an army of titles that are tickling this very spot & this is the best so far." 9/10

The year 2135, the world is ruled by Corporations, humans are slowly being replaced by robots and machines, and the most powerful humans are now looking for ways to transfer their souls into robots, for eternal life.


Fight your way thru four stylish worlds, surviving a large variation of different robots and machines that only have one mission, stop you from reaching your goal: save Dr Robotus!

The unique graphical style, cool retro music and sound effects, and our well known hard-but-fair gameplay turn INC into an entertaining action adventure.

Four worlds, 40 levels, multiple layers of gameplay for casual and hardcore gamers, what are you waiting for!


For people with slower devices (like the HTC Hero, or "budget" phones), this game will run, but you might find some slowdowns in certain crowded area's, we managed to keep those to a minimum, but sadly they do happen at times.


The keywords: 2d retro platform arcade action

Find any bugs? tell us on twitter @orangepixel, or mail us, and we will try and get them fixed ASAP!

Xperia PLAY Optimized
MOGA controller supported!

Recently changed in this version

- Added support for non-touchscreen devices

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Comments and ratings for INC:The Beginning FREE
  • (43)

    by Jordan Doke on 16/06/2014

    Great controls, music and looks

  • (43)

    by Kanishk pratap singh on 15/06/2014

    I like orange pixels till it gives me free n full version games...!!!! I like ur other games like gunslugs n meganoid 2.... Waiting for more....!!!!!

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    by Akshat Kukreja on 29/05/2014

    chota packet bada dhamka... small packet large blast

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    by Garfield Lamont on 23/05/2014

    G web wn we'll weep

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    by Roger Plude on 16/05/2014

    This is a fun game with cool puzzles and awesome retro gameplay

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    by ovid ciolpan on 11/05/2014

    Orange pixel make good games

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    by Edward Tyree on 10/05/2014


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