Q-Games are well known for their unique titles, and PixelJunk 4am is no exception. It’s definitely a stand out title from other music synthesizer games, and Rowan Parker—Lead Designer behind PixelJunk 4am—explains it at the Super7 Event, giving us more insight into what the game has to offer. Not to mention showing off some of DJ Baiyon’s skills while they’re at it.
PixelJunk 4am works like most music creation games in that it allows the player absolute control over the music, but instead of putting music samplings together the player pulls them right out of thin air and tosses them into the game. The four main instruments are switched between using the move controller, and can be turned on and off to allow for a diverse sound. In addition to the four main instrument tracks, the player can also fling in some smaller sounds to further diversify their track.
The final release of PixelJunk 4am will give players the ability to show off their work over the Playstation Network, and can be expected Spring 2012.