The Tomorrow Children Island Design Competition

The Tomorrow Children Island Design Competition

JANUARY 14, 2022, KYOTO, JAPAN – Development studio Q-Games today announced a community driven design competition to celebrate the revival of The Tomorrow Children. Following the recent IP acquisition from Sony Interactive Entertainment, Q-Games has confirmed that the upcoming release will include a plethora of brand new content, with elements inspired by the community. The studio is inviting fans of the cult PlayStation hit to create their very own island design for a chance to see it included in the upcoming release of the game.


The Tomorrow Children is a collaborative adventure game set within an alternate future, inviting players to work together to rebuild civilization following a neo-Soviet experiment-gone-wrong. The breath-taking world is set within ‘The Void’ and is made up of uniquely distinguished islands, offering much-needed access to resources and supplies. Q-Games is providing the opportunity for one player to leave a permanent mark within the world of The Tomorrow Children, by designing their own island that will be shared with players across the globe.


The winning concept will be selected by the game’s Director, Dylan Cuthbert and developed into a full island design that will be included in the upcoming release of The Tomorrow Children. No game design experience is required to take part and there are no restrictions on format for submissions, aside from the requirement for the concept to be represented visually rather than in text format.


The Tomorrow Children Island Design Competition


Submissions for the contest are open now and entries close on February 1st, 2022. For more details on how to enter and to view the full terms and conditions, visit the Q-Games website: or join the official Q-Games Discord server


To celebrate the launch of the contest, Q-Games have released several pieces of never-before-seen concept artwork from the original development of The Tomorrow Children for PlayStation 4. 


The Tomorrow Children Island Design CompetitionThe Tomorrow Children Island Design Competition


Dylan Cuthbert, Game Director and Founder of Q-Games said: “The passion and excitement we’ve seen from the community since our announcement of The Tomorrow Children’s return has been extraordinary. They continued to keep the dream alive whilst we worked to acquire the IP and now we have the opportunity to give back by offering a chance to be a part of the game’s future.


We’ve been working hard to implement brand new features and content into the game and we’re really looking forward to sharing the recent updates. This contest will allow us to embody the spirit of our players permanently into the game alongside our latest additions, which to us is incredibly special!”


The Tomorrow Children Island Design Competition


Island design entries should be sent to with the subject line, “TTC Island Design Contest”. The contest runs from January 14th until February 1, 2022.


Designs can also be shared on social media using #TTCIslands. The winning entry will be announced on the Q-Games website by July 15th, 2022 and the winner will receive exclusive merchandise from Q-Games. The winner’s name will also be added to the credits of The Tomorrow Children.

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About The Tomorrow Children

The Tomorrow Children is a cult hit developed by Q-Games and published on the PlayStation 4 in partnership with SIE in 2016. Q-Games has recently retrieved the IP Ownership and is working on a re-release with added content, serverless peer-to-peer cooperative play, and improved game tuning.


To stay up to date on all of the progress and join The Tomorrow Children community, subscribe to the Postcards from the Void newsletter HERE and join the Q-Games Discord.

About Q-Games

Q-Games, most known for the successful PixelJunk franchise and multiple Star Fox titles, was founded in 2001 by industry legend Dylan Cuthbert. After working as the lead developer on the original Star Fox as well as other hit games and tech for Sony and Nintendo, Dylan branched out and started Q-Games, an independent video game studio focused on making approachable yet unique games.

Located in the heart of Kyoto, Q-Games is committed to crafting innovative games on all platforms while simultaneously growing the indie games community in Kyoto and abroad. There is an original PixelJunk title on nearly every major platform including notable hits like PixelJunk Eden, NomNomGalaxy, PixelJunk Monsters, and over 20 other games. Q-Games has also collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry as they continue to impress and innovate.


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