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PixelJunk Monsters Soundtrack: An Interview with Otograph

Posted by Dylan Cuthbert on May 22, 2008

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Hello, it’s Dylan Cuthbert from Q-Games, the company behind PixelJunk, and I’ve decided to write another blog entry to coincide with our upcoming release of the PixelJunk Monsters Soundtrack. Yes, you heard right! We are going to be the first people ever to release a soundtrack on the PSN store and it’s because we have […]

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PixelJunk Monsters Encore dated + interview part 2

Posted by Matt Morton on May 06, 2008

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Matt Morton here picking back up where Deb Mars left off for part 2 of our interview with Dylan Cuthbert from Q-Games on PixelJunk Monsters Encore. If you missed Part 1, be sure to check it out here. What we’ve learned from Part 1: We’re all fans of Lost, fan mail rocks, Dylan’s marriage is […]

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PixelJunk Monsters Encore details + interview

Posted by Deborah Mars on Apr 29, 2008

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Hey everyone, We’re excited to be working with Dylan Cuthbert and Q-Games again on the upcoming release of PixelJunk Monsters Encore, a new expansion pack to the original game, which was released in late January 2008. You may have recently read some previews of PJM Encore in a bunch of places. If you haven’t checked […]

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PixelJunk Monsters Set to Launch Next Week

Posted by Dylan Cuthbert on Jan 16, 2008

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January is a MONSTER month; at last you will all get to play PixelJunk Monsters! So here’s another note from us here at Q-Games in Kyoto, Japan with some hints and tips to start the ball rolling. Believe me, once you start playing this game, say goodbye to any other titles you thought you might […]

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Monster Madness

Posted by Dylan Cuthbert on Dec 05, 2007

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Hi everyone, the response to my blog entry in August was great, and I finally have some spare time. So here’s an entry about our latest PixelJunk title: PixelJunk Monsters! Everyone here at Q-Games loves real-time strategy games, from Warcraft through to Command & Conquer and Company Of Heroes, etc., but the Japanese public simply […]

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