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Nom Nom Galaxy will be right at home on PS Vita and PS4


8:30 PM on 08.13.2014
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Following its work for Q-Games on PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate and PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate, Double Eleven is now co-developing Nom Nom Galaxy for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

Nom Nom Galaxy is as adorable as it is difficult to nail down. It's essentially an exploration-based sandbox game about an interstellar soup empire you must build from the ground up and defend. The title is currently playable on PC through Steam Early Access with an expected final release early next year. That's presumably when the PlayStation versions will drop too.

Double Eleven says it's planning on having seamless drop-in/drop-out co-op, both online and local, "that lets PS4 and Vita players all play within the same game." So great to hear. Asynchronous and community challenges are also planned for Nom Nom Galaxy.

Nom Nom Galaxy Sets a Course for PS4, PS Vita [PlayStation Blog]








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12:45 PM on 06.27.2014
Nom Nom Galaxy gets some quality of life updates

Nom Nom Galaxy is still in its Early Access phase, with regular updates to add new features and general improvements. The latest update this week adds a new HUD, which displays reactions to your rival's soups and extra inform...more



7:20 AM on 06.13.2014
Nom Nom Galaxy updates its Early Access build, is nicer to robots

G-Games has just sent over word that their build of Nom Nom Galaxy has been updated, up to version 0.10. The building menu is now improved overall, making it easier to strategically decide what recipies to cook up. You'l...more



10:45 AM on 03.13.2014
Nom Nom Galaxy hits Early Access today at a discount

Q-Games' Nom Nom Galaxy, formerly PixelJunk Inc., will be available on Steam's Early Access program today at 9:00 a.m. PST. The time's significant because it will be offered to the first 1,000 buyers at a discounted rate of $...more



6:00 PM on 03.06.2014
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