We caught up with CEO of Q-Games Dylan Cuthbert to play through some of his upcoming multi-player game The Tomorrow Children. It combines Minecraft, Terraria, Animal Crossing and politics.
The Tomorrow Children combines Minecraft, Animal Crossing and Marxist philosophy to create an open-world experience to appeal to grown-ups as well as children.
As you can tell from my introduction this is not your everyday video-game. The Tomorrow Children is an open world experience developed by Q-Games, makers of the PixelJunk franchise, published by Sony Computer Entertainmen
On my radar since its official announced at last Gamescom I sat down with CEO of Q-Games Dylan Cuthbert, to find out more about the game and the philosophy behind it.