LTTP or ‘late to the party’ pieces are opportunities for me to catch up and write about games I missed out on the first time around. They may contain spoilers.
I thought PixelJunk Shooter was a slow starter. Q-Games spent a bit too much time easing into the liquid physics gameplay. It didn’t really get going until the third world which was unfortunate because there were only three worlds in the first instalment.
PixelJunk Shooter 2 continued the tale of the little spaceship after it was swallowed by the giant monster at the end of the first game. It also continued bringing out liquid puzzles without any of the hand holding of the original. Q-Games were free to go wild with new types of substances and powers across a completely new set of worlds.