Despite not having an official release date, Seed Pod Shuffle was recently made available to play - but only to those who could make it to the Newport City Museum in Wales! A pre-release version of the game was recently on display as part of the Newport Graduate Showcase, along with large-scale prints of some of the concept art by Nathan Edwards and Benjamin Mounsey we've featured on this site.
The exhibition, which also featured fine art, photography, fashion, graphic design and documentary film, attracted hundreds of visitors over its two-week tenure, many of whom were spotted playing Seed Pod Shuffle. The museum's website described the exhibition as 'an invitation to view a selection of recent work by graduates from the renowned Newport School of Art, Media and Design who represent some of its highest achieving recent alumni. Rich and diverse, this event will showcase a mix of differing approaches, styles and methods but all embody the creative and technical flair that Newport is now internationally recognised for.'
Reports that the museum's curators have been competing to see who can complete the most levels during their shifts have been confirmed, and it's believed one visitor had to prised away from the game stand after playing for over an hour (seriously, we're not making this up!). Unfortunately, the rest of the world will have to wait a little while longer to get their hands on Seed Pod Shuffle.