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Ubisoft Ask Players To Snap Our Beautiful Earth

September 29th, 2010 by

Child of Eden, from creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, is a “sensory shooter” that sees you try to protect ‘Project Lumi’ on Eden – designed to re-create a human personality – from an invading virus. As the game’s development gets into its closing stages, developer Q Entertainment and Ubisoft have unveiled “The Journey Project” that urges all of us to submit photos to them through the official game website ( that help output a beautiful snapshot of Earth, whether it be in a stunning landscape, nature shots or just a happy, smiling mugshot. The best pics will then be chosen for inclusion into the final level of the Child of Eden game. So get your thinking caps on and your lenses cleaned because the standard is likely to be extremely high for the beautiful, and artistic property.

Creative director of Child of Eden, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, explains “The theme of Child of Eden is ‘Hope and Happiness’ and I want players to experience happy feelings every time they play the game. I need your help to convey these positive emotions, so please send us pictures that give you good vibes so we can include them in the ending of the game.”

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One Response to “Ubisoft Ask Players To Snap Our Beautiful Earth”
  1. avatar Adamski UK says:

    Photographs of Happy memories…? Mmmm… some from the Eurogamer Expo that might do!

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