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  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel Co-Founder Michael Wilford Departs Studio

    Michael Wilford, CEO and co-founder of Twisted Pixel, has departed the studio. He made the announcement on Twitter today, sharing that he will “focus on fatherhood a while then find new adventures.” Twisted Pixel was founded in 2006, and opted to give up its independence in 2011. The studio... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel Spins Off From Microsoft To Renew Independence

    Twisted Pixel, the developer behind The Maw, Splosion Man, and LocoCycle, is splitting off from Microsoft. The report doesn’t offer much details other than offering confirmation that the studio is renewing its independent status. Speaking with IGN , executive producer Bill Muehl says this plan... More
  • Blog Post: The Games For Windows Live Exodus Continues

    Microsoft refutes rumors that it will shut down PC online gaming service Games for Windows Live (featuring achievements, gamertags, etc.) on July 1, but with with its marketplace shut down, it's clearly in decline. Furthermore, studios like Twisted Pixel Games – a developer now owned by Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel Wants You To Be Sweet On LocoCycle On Xbox 360, Steam

    Twisted Pixel has announced that its Xbox One launch title, LocoCycle, will be arriving on Xbox 360 and Steam in February. The developer is also running a contest for a limited edition, glowing LocoCycle Xbox 360. The title will be coming to both additional platforms on Valentine’s Day (February... More
  • Blog Post: This Is How Lococycle Was Delivered To Our Office

    Today, a man in a suit came to our office with a briefcase attached to his wrist. Inside the case were a number of things, including our review code for Lococycle. There was a key, which is actually a USB drive full of assets for the game. There was also a folder with information about the game, as well... More
  • Blog Post: LocoCycle Will Release For $20 On Xbox One's Launch Day

    We've known for some time that LocoCycle would be coming to Xbox One , but developer Twisted Pixel has cleared up some more information at PAX this year. According to Joystiq , the insane downloadable title will retail for $20 on the new console's launch day. An Xbox 360 version is still in development... More
  • Blog Post: No Goblin Studio Formed Under Former Twisted Pixel Dev Dan Teasdale

    Strip away elves, orcs, and giant robots (both fast and lumbering), and what's left? That's the question that the newly formed No Goblin studio will answer with its games. In April, we reported that Twisted Pixel's Dan Teasdale was departing the Splosion Man and Gunstringer studio. Teasdale... More
  • Blog Post: Crazy New Trailer For Twisted Pixel's LocoCycle

    The game is now announced for Xbox One, and a brand new trailer helps to showcase its unusual approach to gameplay. The new trailer shows off LocoCycle running on Xbox One, and continues to reveal more of the weirdness surrounding an malfunctioning artificially intelligent motorcycle and its unfortunate... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel's Dan Teasdale Departs Studio

    Today on Twitter, designer Dan Teasdale announced that he was leaving the Comic Jumper and Ms. Splosion Man studio. Most recently, Teasdale has captured the imaginations of gamers with his Super Drake Tracker 2000 EX , which monitors the movements of Harmonix director of communications and brand management... More
  • Blog Post: Huge Savings With Twisted Pixel Bundle Available Today

    Tired of waiting for Twisted Pixel’s new game, LocoCycle ? Well, if you haven’t played any of the studio's other games, or need to complete your collection, you’re in luck. Today marks the release of the developer’s Xbox Live bundle collecting four of its past titles. The... More
  • Blog Post: Ms. Splosion Man Explodes Onto Steam

    Ms. Splosion Man's explosive nature can't be contained on Xbox Live Arcade and the App Store. The game's explosive antics can now be experienced on Steam, Games for Windows LIVE, and the Windows Phone. The PC versions of the game are priced at $9.99. Windows Phone 7 players can download it... More
  • Blog Post: 55 Halloween Costumes Coming To Minecraft 360, Proceeds Go To Charity

    Starting tomorrow, Minecraft Xbox 360 players will be able to outfit their characters with 55 new Halloween-themed skins, OXM reports. Developer 4J enlisted the talents of The Behemoth, Twisted Pixel, Toylogic, Rare, and many more to create these spooky skins. This Halloween Skin DLC pack costs 160 Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel's New Game Is Lococycle

    In a quick tease at the Microsoft Press Conference, Twisted Pixel unveiled LocoCycle. The game comes in 2013, and it features a seemingly sentient motorcycle called I.R.I.S. She's highly qualified, knows a slew of languages, graduated from the Big Arms School of Assassination, knows 40 forms of armed... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel Announcing New Game At E3, You Could Win A Copy

    The Austin-based developer is staging a new Ms. Splosion Man challenge. The top five finishers will win a copy of an upcoming Twisted Pixel game that will be announced during E3. The Ms. Splosion Man contest is named "Splokour" and is inspired by the street acrobatics of parkour . The challenge... More
  • Blog Post: Ms. Splosion Man Heads To PC And Mobile Platforms

    Twisted Pixel today annouced Ms. Splosion Man is coming to Steam, Games For Windows Live, Windows Phone 7, iPhone and iPad this summer. “This will be our first mobile game, and only our second Steam game,” explains Twisted Pixel’s Michael Wilford. “But it’s very important... More
  • Blog Post: More Gunstringer DLC Announced, Minus Gunstringer

    Developer Twisted Pixel is adding on to its Gunstringer Kinect game again, but the protagonist of the new content is El Diablo, lord of the underworld. The latest DLC pack is called El Diablo's 'Merican Adventure,' and casts players as the titular devil as he searches for a queen to sit beside... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Acquires Twisted Pixel

    It turns out that gamers weren't the only fans of Twisted Pixel. The studio behind games including The Maw, 'Splosion Man, and The Gunstringer has been scooped up by Microsoft Studios, joining other devs including Lionhead and Rare. “Twisted Pixel has an incredible track record of innovative... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel’s Gunstringer Pitch To Microsoft Was Bulls***

    Can you imagine how harrowing it must be to pitch a game to a huge console manufacturer with their brand new hardware in mind? Twisted Pixel, the developer behind ‘Splosion Man, had to do just this with Microsoft for their new motion control device. However, the two creators attending the meeting... More
  • Blog Post: Twisted Pixel Sent Us A Gun

    The folks over at Twisted Pixel sent us this recently. It's a rubber band gun with The Gunstringer logo burned into the barrel. They also sent us some ammo and some handy targets to shoot the aforementioned rubber band bullets at. Twisted Pixel has always had a knack for, well, let's say interesting... More
  • Blog Post: The Gunstringer Soundtrack Now Available As A Free Download

    The Soundtrack from Twisted Pixel's latest release, The Gunstringer, is now available to download free of charge from the official Gunstringer website. I can't send you a direct link, but I can instruct you to go here and click the downloads button on the top of the page. Twisted Pixel titles... More
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