Honeycomb Lab establishes Stella Pixel, an independent subsidiary for its ongoing game development project team

"Classic-style Japanese RPG" Prismia currently in development.

Stella Pixel

Honeycomb Lab has announced the establishment of Stella Pixel, an independent subsidiary for its ongoing game development project team.

According the press release, Stella Pixel was established with the aim of accelerating decision-making and optimizing business expansion related the development of game content and products.

Stella Pixel is currently developing Prismia, a “classic-style Japanese RPG” for Switch, PC, and Mac that tells the story of a boy and girl who wander galaxies. Here is the work-in-progress image:

Stella Pixel

Visit the company’s official website here.

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