It's a self-effacing brand, PixelJunk. "Why, this old thing?" Kyoto's Q-Games seems to be saying. "Oh, it's just some disposable retro frippery I knocked up, don't give it a second thought." And yes, the three titles to date (Racers, Monsters and Eden) do have a certain thrift-store attitude, pinning tiny 2D sprites on mix-and-match, second-hand inspirations like Scalextric and tower defence.