City builders are all well and good, but how many of them are focused on recycling and being eco-friendly? Well, actually none until now. That's where Flotsam comes in. Pajama Llama's latest title is a colourful post-apocalyptic game which sees you using floating debris and junk to build a city in the sea.
"Flotsam's theme originated from an animation project one of our founders created, about people living in a flooded world. We took this spark and created a prototype, which eventually grew to become Flotsam," said Juda-Ben Gordier, co-founder at Pajama Llama. "We fell in love with the combination of the setting and gameplay. We all had an urge to create the game, so we did."
“We're beyond excited to be so close to getting Flotsam out into the wild," Josh Larson, Chief Business Officer at Kongregate. "From the very beginning we've been captivated by the game's whimsical charm set on top of a post-apocalyptic world, and are incredibly impressed by the work that Pajama Llama has done to really make an outstanding game.”