PS3 “PixelJunk™ SideScroller”

Side-scrolling shmups get the PixelJunk treatment in PixelJunk™ SideScroller. Dodge flurries of bullets, strategically upgrade your weapons, and aim for the hi-score in your race to the top of the world-wide Leaderboards. PixelJunk™ SideScroller is now available on the PlayStation®Store in North America and Europe.

Nintendo 3DS “Star Fox 64 3D”

Q-Games helped develop “Star Fox 64 3D” for the Nintendo 3DS, a remake of the 1997 classic “Star Fox 64” for the Nintendo 64.  With environments spanning a variety of planets and outer space, “Star Fox 64 3D” sets the stage for epic shooting gameplay in 3D. >>Official Site

PS3 “PixelJunk™ Shooter 2 “

With its dynamic fluid shooting action comes PixelJunk™ Shooter 2, sequel to the popular PixelJunk™ Shooter. New fluids and gameplay await in “Adventure Mode” which keeps that characteristic PixelJunk charm. Also featured is a series first: Online Battle. Compete against players from around the world in this one-on-one game of cat and mouse using a multitude of strategies. Receiving rave reviews, PixelJunk™ Shooter 2 is currently available on the PlayStation®Store in North America, Europe, Asia, Korea and Japan.


PS3 “PixelJunk™ Racers 2ndLAP”

We’ve added content since the original “PixelJunk™ Racers” was released like adjustments to the Solo Tournament mode and Trophy functionality to deepen your gaming experience even more! You can also up the competition by comparing Driver Points via the online High Score Leaderboards as well as challenge replay data from players the world over by playing the Ghost Attack mode. Be sure to check it out! >>

Nintendo DSiWare “X-RETURNS”

Q-Games helped develop the Nintendo DSiWare 3D Shooting game “X-RETURNS“. To be released in Japan as of 6/30 (released in North America as “X-Scape ” on 2010/5/31). Visit Nintendo’s official site for more details.The development staff for the new DSiWare title X-RETURNS has been interviewed in the July edition of N.O.M. (Nintendo Online Magazine). *Japanese only

DSiWare “Reflect Missile”

Q-Games helped develop the Nintendo DSiWare puzzle game “Reflect Missile“. To be released in Japan as of 1/20 (released in Europe on 2009/11/2 and in North America as “Trajectile” on 2010/1/4). Visit Nintendo’s official site for more details.

PS3 “PixelJunk™Shooter”

The fourth game in the PixelJunk™ Series, PixelJunk™ Shooter mixes addictive shooting action with incredible fluid dynamics to create an entirely fresh gaming experience. Explore deep into a cavernous underworld as you search for survivors, weave between streams of lethal liquids, and contend with countless mysterious creatures.
Proudly continuing the series’ traditions of strikingly crisp visuals and smooth, deep gameplay, PixelJunk™ Shooter also boasts an outstanding soundtrack from Britain’s ‘High Frequency Bandwidth’.
PixelJunk™ Shooter is on sale now in America, Europe and Asia from the PlayStation Store.

DSiWare “Art Style: DIGIDRIVE”

Developed the Nintendo DSiWare puzzle,action game Art Style: DIGIDRIVE (released in Europe as “INTERSECT” on 2009/10/2 and in North America on 2009/11/16). This is the DSiware rebirth of the 2006 GBA title of the same name. For more details, check out Nintendo’s official site.

PSP “PixelJunk™Monsters Deluxe”

PixelJunk™ Monsters, the popular PSN classic, has officially gone portable with Q’s new PixelJunk™ Monsters Deluxefor the PSP! Deluxe features all the stages from previous versions, along with with new towers, new enemies, and new music tracks! As if that wasn’t enough, we’ve added a whole new island featuring over 10 stages! Last but not least, this time you can play Ad Hoc Mode with a friend, or Online Mode with other PJM fans from around the world! Available in North America, Europe, and Hong Kong from 10/1 and in Japan from 11/1

PS3 “PixelJunk™Exibition”

The PixelJunk™ Exhibition is Q’s own virtual gathering place for PJ fans in PlayStationHome. Exhibiting various odds and ends from the PixelJunk™ series, it’s a great place to meet new people, pick up the latest PixelJunk™ attire, and of course, dance! Currently available to Japanese PSN account holders. (European and US accounts also planned).