In “PixelJunk Eden”, players, as “Grimps”, swing from abstract plant shapes to move about the garden, attacking the six-sided pollen carriers in order to gather the small pollen particles that can turn dormant seeds (top right) into activated seeds (top left). The new seeds can be used to create new plants and gain further mobility in the garden.
Q-Games is a new video games company based in Kyoto, Japan and was founded by Dylan Cuthbert. Cuthbert previously worked at Argonaut Software and helped create Starglider and Starglider 2 for Argonaut Software, then X and the first Star Fox for Nintendo. He also developed Star Fox 2 to completion before heading off to work at Sony America to make Blasto on the PlayStation.
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