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The folks at Uppercut recently posted an article about how a new generation of video games are being used to show the effects of climate change, including some comments from Tigertron's Creative Director James Mielke about Jupiter & Mars. James discussed how climate change and ocean sea levels rising made for a powerful backdrop in the game and were a big part of the story we tell.


“In our game climate change has happened, so in Jupiter & Mars we’re basically dealing with the after-effects of it,” said Mielke. “The way players interact with the consequences of climate change is in the environment itself, navigating your way through sunken, hollowed out, haunted cities like London, New York, Mykonos and the other island settings is often dark.”


“We figured that this would be the most striking way to get people’s attention regarding the potential calamity we’re facing,” he said. “If anything, with the rising acidification levels and plastic garbage polluting the oceans I’d say the deterioration is happening right now.”


You can read the full article here.



Jupiter & Mars is currently on sale on the PlayStation store and is playable both standard PS4 or in immersive VR on PSVR.




We're really proud that Tigertron has been made a member of the United Nations' Playing For The Planet Alliance, which is a curated group of companies and developers who've made tangible commitments to environmental progress in the video game industry. We've been speaking with the U.N. since 2017, so this has been a long time coming and something we've been really excited about. You can check out more about the program here.

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Updated: Sep 2


Jupiter & Mars Limited Run Game Box Art

UPDATE: All Limited Run Games boxed copies have sold out. Thanks to everyone who ordered one!


For all of you who've been asking about a boxed edition of Jupiter & Mars, we have good news: we are releasing one via Limited Run Games and it's on sale now! The exclusive limited edition features brand new cover art by original concept artist, Keisuke Shimura, and includes all of the post-launch upgrades on disc. Limited Run Games is also offering bundles with the popular Jupiter & Mars soundtrack on both vinyl and CD. These copies won't last long, so if you think you'll want one, grab it while you can!