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With a spectrum of new features and controls re-imagined specifically for the PC, PixelJunk™ Eden on PC will feel brand new for even the most seasoned veterans of the PS3 version.
Swing, climb, and jump your way through massive “gardens” of vibrant other-worldly plant-life in this truly organic platformer and grow each garden as you explore and guide your tiny yet agile "Grimp" toward the elusive "Spectra" which are hidden throughout each stage. Ride giant plants as they grow beneath you, then swing from them destroying Pollen Prowlers in an ever-increasing cacophony of pollen. Be fired from cannons, float in zero-G, warp to mirror worlds or simply be buffeted about by the wind while clinging desperately to a dangling leaf; each garden has a unique set of challenges, puzzles and enemies that will expand your mind!
Featuring a minimal original techno soundtrack and unique graphic style both of which were created in harmony with each-other by Indie multimedia artist “Baiyon”, Eden will give you an experience like no other game on this planet, or the next.
A spellbinding harmony of sight and sound realized by independent musician and graphic artist Baiyon.
All 15 gardens from both Eden and the "Encore" expansion pack available for play.
Completely re-imagined controls for the mouse.
An all new "Quick Warp" feature that allows players to quickly return to their last jump position if they find themselves falling too far..
A new and improved "continue" feature: Players can now start from the last Spectra they took on any given stage.
Lots of new fun achievements added for your Steam achievement list!
Relaxing experiencemichalmichal | May 21, 2014 | See all michalmichal's reviews »
Is PixelJunk Eden really a game? Or maybe just a relaxing experience? It can be either, depending on what you want from it. PixelJunk Eden may be considered a simple platformer with relaxing art - both sound and visuals. There's not much gameplay in it and it doesn't feature complex physics, so typical for modern games. On the other hand it offers very enjoyable and relaxing experience, which will leave the feeling that the time was well spent and the game was worth its price. It's more on the casual side of things, not a hardcore gamer's thing. But if you have some spare money and want to relax while playing some pleasant game, this is a perfect choice for you.