Intel releases Pixel Pat, an online 8-bit game featuring its CEO Pat Gelsinger

Published: 31st Mar 2022, 20:03 GMT   Comments

Pixel Pat jumps into a bunny suit

Pat Gelsinger gets his own game for the anniversary as Intel CEO. 

To commemorate one year of Pat Gelsinger’s leadership as Intel CEO, the company prepared a simple game called Pixel Pat. It’s an online game that everyone can try for free and actually learn some facts about Intel.

Intel Pixel Pat, Source: Intel

Pixel Pat is an 8-bit style game with a simple jump mechanics. Gamers need to help Pat collect wafers in Intel’s new fabrication plant. Along the way, Pat will jump into a bunny suit that gives him invincibility. Users should avoid bugs and might collect light bulbs to learn about Intel innovations and important milestones.

Intel Pixel Pat, Source: Intel

Pat Gelsinger became Intel CEO on February 15th last year. During this time, he announced Intel’s IDM 2.0 strategy that includes multibillion dollar investments into new fabs. The company also revealed its Alder Lake CPU architecture as well as Arc Alchemist, Intel’s first discrete gaming GPUs.

Source: Intel




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