Twisted Pixel Reveals Ms. Splosion Man


Twisted Pixel Reveals Ms. Splosion Man

Splosion Man fans everywhere can rejoice! Twisted Pixel has announced that they’ll be bringing Ms. Splosion Man to the XBLA in the fall of 2011. For those that remember, Splosion Man was an XBLA game that was included in Microsoft’s 2009 Summer of Arcade promotion. It was very well received and I don’t know anyone who didn’t like the game, despite its absurdly hard difficulty level.

When speaking about the game, Twisted Pixel CCO Josh Bear said the following:

“We could have churned out new levels [for Splosion Man], but we wouldn’t have had the time to add in new gameplay puzzles or cool new character stuff. But we didn’t just want to do Splosion Man 2, it had to be something a ittle more interesting. That is why we decided to do MSM.”

I’m pretty happy about this news. Despite how hard it was, I loved Splosion Man. It was incredibly addictive, genuinely fun and had a great sense of humor. Twisted Pixel always puts out great games so I have high hopes for Ms. Splosion Man.

Check out the trailer and press release below.

Twisted Pixel Games Proud to Announce the World Won’t End in the Fall of 2011

AUSTIN, TX – December 2, 2010 – Twisted Pixel Games was pleased to announce today that their subsidiary, Big Science, has captured the Splosion Man and guaranteed the safety of all humankind. Many remember the terrifying events of July 2009: Splosion Man’s horrifying rampage through Big Science laboratories that meated hundreds of scientists and caused untold damage to their underground laboratories. Eye witnesses reported widespread destruction and a staggering number of t-bones and fillets left in his wake.

Today that ends, with Twisted Pixel releasing footage of the successful capture of the renegade experiment. The scientists speak with new-found confidence about their success. Says Dr. Wilson, “Even if some sort of newer, stronger, better threat were created, our newest security measures and fiendish traps would be more than enough to contain it. We’ve made incredible advances in our technology over this past year…. Not that there would ever be a use for any of it.”

Dr. Henry was quick to add, “Our lab, our equipment – everything has had functionality improvements and visual overhauls, and our company has expanded to some incredible new locations. It’s all pristine and beautiful – decadent environments that we are very happy no experiment gone wrong will ever rampage through.” Dr. Henry paused briefly before continuing, “I don’t even know why I’m mentioning that, because it’s 100% guaranteed that Splosion Man will never be a threat to us again.”

When asked if there was any risk of overconfidence amongst the scientists, Dr. Riley was quick to interject. “Why? What’s going to happen, some sort of freak accident in the after party that creates a “Ms. Splosion Man” mere seconds after Splosion Man’s capture? And then the Ms. Splosion Man goes on some monster tear in the fall of 2011? Yeah right. Not very likely.”Twisted Pixel Games reiterates that despite the fact that nothing could possibly go wrong during today’s events, should any newsworthy event occur, they will release as much information as possible in the coming months.

About Twisted Pixel Games, LLC
Founded in 2006 by industry veterans, Twisted Pixel is the independent game development studio behind the 2009 IGF finalist and 2008 PAX 10 Audience Choice Award winning game The Maw for Xbox LIVE® Arcade, Steam, Greenhouse, and Direct2Drive. Their accomplishments continue with the successes of Splosion Man and Comic Jumper. Twisted Pixel specializes in character-driven, original IP titles that shake up what games are all about. Memorable characters, creative gameplay, and impressive presentation is our focus. Learn more at

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