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Q-Games' Eden Obscura is swinging onto iOS on May 18th

By , on May 15, 2018
Last modified 8 months ago

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The artistically abstract and arcade-y agile Eden Obscura is releasing soon on mobile, bringing Q-Games' unique Pixeljunk style and satisfying swinging to iOS later this week, according to the developers on Twitter.

Eden Obscura is an enhanced and updated successor Q-Games' Pixeljunk Eden, designed with mobile in mind; the floral landscapes and graceful swinging remains, now with a useful double jump and a unique feaure that uses your phone's camera to create dynamic and atmosphere backgrounds to navigate through. With each gossamer grapple and planted seed, your agile movement through the world brings it to life with growing structures to swing even higher in your quest to collect special seeds, all while avoiding (or bashing into) enemies along the way.

Eden Obscura will be free to play when it releases on iOS this Friday, while the Andorid version is expected to launch on June 1st.