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Evergreen Park: Return of the Minions was a planned third main instalment to the Evergreen Park IP, and a sequel to Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles by T-Games for LittleBigPlanet 3 that was originally sheduled to release in Q4 2017, and then delayed to 2018.

The lead developer of the project was Billy Anderson.

Plot

The level series was planned to take place soon after the events of Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles. Evil creator GreenWorth (who had helped the Minions create devices such as the Pollinator 5000X in and Mechaminion) managed to re-create an army of Sir Bubblesworth's Minions, using technology behind the Minion creator machine seen in the level 'Evergreen Park and the Temple of Doom' in Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles.

The player now has a residency within a restored Evergreen Castle, which was featured as a gameplay arena in Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles and damaged by Sir Bubblesworth's Minions.

Development history

Development

Development on Evergreen Park: Return of the Minions begun in June 2017, with the earliest development recording being dated as the 27th of June 2017. The level series was intended to be 1/3 of the size of Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles, featuring only 5 levels (including introduction and outroduction cut-scenes).

The gameplay was intentionally designed to be more varied and exciting than Evergreen Park: Revenge of the Bubbles, as Anderson wanted to improve his platforming design.

The introductory cut-scene and first game-play level had been fully completed, with significant progress on the second game-play level and little progress on the final gameplay level at the time of corruption.

Corruption

Due to LittleBigPlanet 3's corruption issues, the entirety of the Evergreen Park: Return of the Minions Adventure and its back-up were corrupted on the 16th of September 2017.

Announcement and future plans

After the corruption, lead developer Billy Anderson was determined to re-create the level series, and it had already been scheduled a slot at Tri-Expo 2017 later that year (and to be a major announcement for T-Games).

Due to other commitments, Anderson was unable to re-create the level series in time for Tri-Expo 2017 and decided to edit together development footage of the original level series for the event.

An attempt at re-creating the lost level series was never seriously committed to henceforth, and the series remains in development limbo as no official cancellation plans have been announced.

Attempts at novelising the adventure had been made by Anderson, though no official announcements have been made.

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