The game development studio behind 2009's "Splosion Man", Twisted Pixel was acquired by Microsoft in 2011. The team behind it has now spun out from Microsoft, becoming an indie studio once again.
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Microsoft has finally released the PC version of developer Twisted Pixel's side scroller action game Ms. Splosion Man via Steam and Games for Windows Live, along with a Windows Phone 7 version.
Microsoft has allowed Windows 8 and Windows RT users to download the recent "endless running" game "The Gunstringer: Dead Man Running" for free until the end of the day today.
Microsoft's game developer Twisted Pixel has just announced plans to release a Windows 8 exclusive game, The Wavy Tube Man Chronicles, which will be released via the Windows Store for $1.49.
Twisted Pixel has announced that its Xbox Live Arcade side scroller Ms. Explosion Man will be ported to the PC, Windows Phone and iOS platforms. The ports will be released sometime this summer.
Microsoft has announced that it has bought indie game developer Twisted Pixel which created a number of acclaimed games including Splosion Man and the recent Xbox 360 Kinect game The Gunstringer.
The Gunstringer is one of the latest Xbox Kinect titles from Microsoft. Making the cross over from a Xbox LIVE Arcade title to a full priced game, how does the unique motion controlled title fair?