PixelJunk Inc. may be the biggest and best in the series

It’s right up there with PixelJunk Monsters

Before playing PixelJunk Inc., I thought it looked like a much more visually appealing take on the Terraria formula. That’s not wholly inaccurate — I mean, you can see it too, right? — but this lovely cooperative PC game about robots and soup has a style all its own.

Jonathan and Spencer (and a bunch of us on staff) got a chance to play and fall for Inc. at PAX Prime 2013. It’s an exciting new direction for Q-Games that, at the same time, still feels familiar if you’ve been with the studio since the very beginning. Long live PixelJunk!

Guys. You can do this in PixelJunk Inc. Guys!

Jordan Devore
Jordan is a founding member of Destructoid and poster of seemingly random pictures. They are anything but random.