Swing, climb, and jump your way through massive “gardens” of vibrant other-worldly plant-life in this truly organic platformer.
Data de lançamento: 2 Fev 2012
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O aclamado hit da PSN, PixelJunk™ Eden, está a caminho do Steam!
Com uma série de novas funcionalidades e controlos recriados especificamente para o PC, PixelJunk Eden ™ para o Steam será novo em folha, mesmo para os veteranos mais experientes da versão PS3.
Balança, escala, e salta pelo teu caminho através de enormes "jardins" repletos de vida vegetal vibrante de outro mundo neste jogo de plataformas verdadeiramente orgânico e expande o teu jardim à medida que exploras e guias o teu pequeno e ágil "Grimp" para o elusivo "Spectra", que estão escondidos em cada nível. Guia plantas gigantes à medida que crescem em baixo de ti, e usa-as para destruir Predadores de Pólen numa cacofonia cada vez mais crescente de pólen. Sê disparado de canhões, flutua em zero-G, entra em mundos espelhados ou sê simplesmente arremessado pelo vento, enquanto te agarras desesperadamente a uma folha; cada jardim tem um conjunto único de desafios, enigmas e inimigos que irão expandir a tua mente!


Caracterizado por uma banda sonora original e minimalista e um estilo gráfico único, ambos criados em harmonia entre si pelo artista multimédia Indie “Baiyon”, Eden irá proporcionar-te uma experiência como nenhum outro jogo neste ou em outro planeta.

Principais características:

  • Uma harmonia mágica entre visão e som realizada pelo músico e artista gráfico independente Baiyon.
  • Todos os 15 jardins do Eden e do pacote de expansão "Encore" disponíveis para jogar.
  • Controlos do rato completamente reinventados.
  • Uma funcionalidade completamente nova, o "Quick Warp", que permite aos jogadores retornarem rapidamente à posição do último salto, caso caiam muito longe.
  • Uma nova e melhorada funcionalidade de "Continue": Os jogadores podem começar a partir do último Spectra que encontraram em qualquer nível possível.
  • Muitas novas e divertidas proezas para a tua lista de proezas do Steam!

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS:Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor:Performance equivalent to Core™2 Duo. SS3 required.
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:5 years or younger. Integrated graphics and very low budget cards may not work. OpenGL 2.1.
    • DirectX®:dx90c
    • Hard Drive:446 MB HD space
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A pleasant palate cleanser of a game, well worth the price of admission if you’re after something a little different from the usual platforming tropes.

At it's heart Eden is a simple platformer, each level or “garden” has five items to collect, with a cumulative total of these items unlocking additional levels. To traverse these levels you have a jump and grip/swing mechanic, the physics involved in which are slightly “floaty” therefore offering a good degree of mid-air readjustment. Reaching the higher areas of a level requires the player to pollinate plants, a process achieved by picking up nearby items, or destroying enemies in the vicinity, with larger pollen rewards generated for destroying multiple enemies in a single jump. Players are required to accomplish all of this against the clock, though that clock can be topped up by acquiring some items dotted around the gardens.

There are no great bold innovations to be seen here, the pleasure of the game is derived from the fact that the design of the game mechanics, the visuals and the sound all come together to make a very pleasant gaming experience. In an odd juxtaposition of perception and content, the easy going almost Zen-like meditative vibe of Eden in the early stages is tempered with some really rather infuriating moments in the later in the game, but that’s alright, because you can simply drop back a few levels and do a run through an earlier level for no other reason than the fact the world of Eden is a very pleasant one to visit.

Finally it should be noted this is the definitive version of the game, controls redesigned for mouse and keyboard, several annoyances ironed out from the original PSN version (Thankfully you no longer have to collect all 5 items in one run to clear a level), all of the Encore content included, and the addition of a nifty “warp” function which allows for the rapid repair of any mistimed jump.
Publicada: 18 dezembro 2013
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Let me start by mentioning that I'm not very fond of platform games. Never have been. They usually feel way to linear and restricted to me, and hardly ever offer exciting game mechanics.

While PixelJunk Eden technically is a platform game, this label wouldn't do much justice to it, as it truly is so much more! The game mechanics are simple yet innovative and the gameplay is very fluent. The player can move around freely over the entire map, explore every corner and in the meanwhile develop the map as it grows with you (by seeding plants).

No need to use the keyboard; the mouse does it all for you. This however doesn't mean it's a simple point-and-click game. Different combinations of mouse buttons make you jump in different ways and it all feels very natural.

The artwork is amazing and the 15 maps all offer something new. The minimal house music compliments the game very well.

Is there nothing negative to mention about the game? Of course, there always is. While the gameplay has the potential to be very relaxing, the timer that decreases your health can be stressful. You have to pick up crystals to recharge it, but these are not always around in the later stages of the map and it can be a little frustrating to die just before reaching your goal. In my opinion your health shouldn't be affected by time that much, but rather more by the enemies you have to defeat. These do some occasional damage, but more often interfere with your jumps.

Overall a very nice game with high replay value. You can play for just 10 minutes or for several hours, which makes it a game you can easily come back to. Even the main menu is fun to play around with.
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I would describe this game as a 'relaxing challenge'... lol. I Have never played another game like it. The music is awesome and thats enough of a reason to play it, but the gameplay is very enjoyable as well, it gives you a great sense of exploration, and satisfaction when you find a 'spectre', especially on the difficult later levels. It also can make you feel very desperate at times when your health starts going low and you need to find something to eat, because you need to constantly find food in order to stay alive. Possibly the most 'original' thing I've ever played, and in a good way. 9/10.
Publicada: 29 dezembro 2013
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I love it! Its a great game for those hours that you'd love something with a stunning score, awesome physics and not too tiring gameplay. I sometimes even just fly around for the fun of it.
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Bubble bubble, cough and snuffle, pixels grow and my bong bubbles....

There was a thing...probably still a thing, called 'trip toys' back in the day. Stoners, acid heads, etc. would get toked up, find something flashy that would keep them transfixed for hours. PixelJunk Eden is a digitized trip toy that will keep you transfixed, much like a cat hopped on catnip and a laser pointer!

The setup's simple. You have a little dude, you right click to jump, left click to swing on a bit of silk. Jump, climb, explode pollen, grow seeds. Explore, find a seed, repeat. Sounds simple? Because it is simple. But it's captivating in that simplicity, which let's face it...is a great quality in a trip toy!

The gameplay's not all. The music is absolutely fantastic. Trance-like as it starts, the music is atmospheric and driving. As you climb higher, grow your garden deeper, the beat picks up and the strains open up even more.

So yes, I made a lot of weed jokes there because...they go really well together. But hey, I'm not condoning nothing here, right? Besides, PixelJunk Eden is just as catchy and engrossing without all that other stuff and you should be playing it. It's going to keep you entertained for a few hours, guaranteed.
Publicada: 31 dezembro 2013
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