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pixel-perfect (comparative more pixel-perfect, superlative most pixel-perfect)

  1. (video games) Involving precision at the pixel level.
    • 1991, Stuart Campbell, The YS Official Top 100 Part 1 (Your Sinclair magazine)
      It was the first (and, indeed, practically the only one to this day) to have an animated loading screen, the first to have pixel-perfect collision detection []
    • 2003, Colin Moock, ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definitive Guide
      Manual pixel-perfect collision-detection routines can be difficult to create and processor-intensive to run.
  2. (computing) Having precise dimension ratios in all aspects on well-defined drawing glyphs.