Pixel Pro Baseball is a wonderfully unique arcade baseball game, that combines skill-based gameplay with tactical team management.

Pixel Pro Baseball is an addicting retro-style version of America's Pastime. It features simple controls, realistic physics and in depth data, all wrapped up in beautiful pixel-art.

Pick up and complete a quick game with a few minutes. Or, start a Dynasty and take your team to the major league final - manage your roster, trade players and tweak your line up for your next opponent.

Addictive skill based batting
Fun skill based pitching
Advanced AI for fielding
Intelligent pitchers
Custom number of innings per game
Multiple difficulty settings

Team management
4 leagues, with regular and posts seasons
120 teams
1000s of player with varying skills
Dozens of player attributes affecting their play
Sign free agents
Draft players
Multi-player trades
Manage budgets and payroll
Move teams up leagues when franchises come available
Custom number of games per season

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

Curve, Sweeping and Screwball directions fixed.
Difficulty reduced on Easy, new Rookie setting added.
Audio settings saved.
Minor performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
646 Ratings

646 Ratings

luca wiley ,

Good Game, has potential to be great

This game is a lot of fun. One of the better mobile baseball games I’ve ever played. Paying for the full version is worth it- as it unlocks a variety of features that improve the experience such as longer seasons (20, 50, and 162 games) and customizable team names. It’s pretty cool that you can also play as minor league teams. The mechanics are perfect and easy to learn, and the difficulty levels are not too hard or too easy.

That being said, what holds this game back from being truly great is the bugs and AI. The game itself is not glitchy, however there are points where base runners will cross home plate, but the run will not be counted.

The largest issue this game has, however, is the AI defense. I’ve experienced countless brutal AI baseball IQ decisions, such as misplaying easy fly balls, bad base running, and pitching changes at weird times. It’s frustrating to not be able to control your own baserunners and miss out on scoring runs because of bad base running. Being able to control who advances would help a lot.

eclewis42 ,

Good game several problems

Great game love the graphics, batting, and pitching interface. However too many balls go foul to left field. Had three middle middle curveballs with center hits green timing. Two went foul to left field, third one was a home run. Same batter same pitcher. Double plays are almost nonexistent as the throw defaults to the shortstop so a throw from third to second for the first out gets interrupted because the short stop catches it. Had another situation where bases were loaded, get a base hit, runner from third crosses home plate as the runner from second is thrown out. This was with no outs so the run should have counted because the force play at third only makes the run not count if it’s the third out. Correct me if I’m wrong.

Bend big ,


For a pixel arcade baseball simulator it is amazing!! Surprisingly addictive especially once you get the hang of it. My only issue is with the cpu intelligence, this is an actual stat in the game. I like the stat, it adds more to what type of player you have. The only issue is sometime the bots even with just decent intelligence won’t make the simple throw to first. They always try to make a double play but the bot throws it to the man in front of the 2nd baseman and it never makes it to him. Also the batters never tag up on deep fly balls, you can advance bases with a good deep hit even if it’s out. Lastly when batting there’s a lot of fouls and I get you can’t hit everything but I get a really good hitter right on the back and it’s foul. Besides this one really annoying thing the game is super fun and I’ve made 2 different seasons already!

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