GameSpot writes: "There's a great moment about five minutes into PixelJunk Eden, when the game stops being a confusing but pretty platformer and becomes incredibly, relentlessly addictive. That doesn't make it any easier for us to describe what the game actually is, but we had to apologise to the people queuing behind us for taking so long with it.
You control Grip, a tiny creature who lives in a huge open landscape. Grip's only way of getting around is by firing short grapple lines from which he can swing. The idea is to climb your way up the branches that populate the flat world and swing from your grapple line to collect pollen. When you swing into special flashing orbs, you make huge new branches spring to life, and this allows you to go higher and higher."