We’re happy to announce that Nom Nom Galaxy, the latest in the PixelJunk series, has now left Early Access on Steam! The full release for Nom Nom Galaxy is now available on the Steam Store! Thanks to all the Early Access testers that helped make this possible!

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Q-Games’ latest project, The Tomorrow Children, will be available to try out at BitSummit 2015 on July 11th and 12th! The Tomorrow Children had a brief stop at E3 last month, but this will be the first time that the Japanese public at large can try it out. Hope to see you there!

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BitSummit 2015 is upon us! The premiere celebration of Japanese indie games is back and better than ever before, with over 80 developers and teams participating, and discussions led by notable creators. BitSummit will take place on Saturday, July 11th and Sunday, July 12th at the Miyako Messe in Kyoto. Bring your friends and family and join the fun!

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The Tomorrow Children was nominated for Best Overall and Best in Visual Arts categories in the 2015 CEDEC Awards, and took home the prize for the Visual Arts category!

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Enter the Void during E3! The Tomorrow Children will be on the show floor at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in LA! We’re excited to give members of the press and industry a chance to try their hand at building Utopian society from the ashes of a mad science induced world-wide disaster! If you can’t make it to the show, be sure to check out the brand new trailer on the PlayStation Blog!

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The Soup Factory is now online! Nom Nom Galaxy is now available on the PlayStation Network Store for PlayStation 4! Get a taste of the most genre-bending PixelJunk game to date. With tower defense, 2D planet terraforming, puzzle elements, base-building, economic management, platforming, and tons of Robots making soup, it’s a veritable jambalaya of gameplay! Play local co-op with a friend, or venture online for up to 4 player soup madness!

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Last year was a brilliant year for us, and 2015 is going to be even better as we launch The Tomorrow Children and Nom Nom Galaxy! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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The Tomorrow Children closed alpha test has begun. There’s an official message to everyone from director Dylan Cuthbert. There will be updates as needed throughout the alpha, so be sure to check!
*Sign-ups for the alpha have already closed.

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Greetings fellow comrades!

Welcome to the Tomorrow Children Closed Alpha Test! I’m super excited to finally be opening up the world for you all to explore and I’d like to thank you for being part of the whole process of making The Tomorrow Children. This closed alpha is just a small part of what we have in store for the final release but for now, I welcome you all to venture into the Void and help save humanity!

The Tomorrow Children is about working toward a shared goal while retaining the freedom to act on your own, exploring a strange and unique world that can change at a moment’s notice, and unraveling the mystery behind what can happen when the limits of science are pushed too far. All of this is wrapped around a twisted version of Marxism with the idea that we can explore what it means to work together – or apart! – in a virtual community sandbox.

During the test these forums will be our main means of communicating with the testers. We’ll be holding activities, posting information about the alpha, and of course listening to your feedback about The Tomorrow Children. Please don’t be afraid to let us know about your experience! You notice that The Tomorrow Children devs will have the prefix “TTC” for the forums ideas. If you have a question, please reach out to us!

Dylan Cuthbert, Director of the Tomorrow Children.

A video of The Tomorrow Children will be shown at the Sony booth at the 2014 Tokyo Game Show, being held at Makuhari Messe. The show will be open to the public on September 20th and 21st, so please come check it out! You’ll also be able to play the Steam version of PixelJunk™ Shooter at the Alienware booth, so be sure to try that out too!

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Q-Games announces our new project “The Tomorrow Children” at gamescom 2014, being held in Cologne, Germany! Be on the lookout for more info and excitment!