Further sequels to any of Q-Games' acclaimed PixelJunk titles are unlikely, studio founder Dylan Cuthbert has told Eurogamer.
Cuthbert explained that, aside from a social networking Monsters spin-off, Q plans to focus on more original games in the near future.
"We get a lot of calls to do an Eden sequel and people also say they want more Monsters. We're actually doing a social network version of Monsters. Probably Facebook. It's a hell of a lot of fun," he explained.
Q-Games's new PixelJunk Racers content, dubbed 2nd Lap, will be released in April.
It's a strong day for internet detectives, who have also discovered that the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) website carries a listing for an unannounced PixelJunk game.
Q-Games has said it has two more PixelJunk games in development for the PlayStation Store.
Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert has been lending Level Up his perspective on the Japanese games market - about which he has an understanding somewhat more intimate than the average Westerner, having worked at Nintendo among other places - reflecting on the fact games aren't taken as "seriously" as they used to be, and revealing that the downloadable PlayStation Network service "really hasn't caught on".