LocoCycle is just as ridiculous as prior Twisted Pixel Games have been in the past, perhaps more ambitious than previous endeavors like Splosion Man and The Gunstringer. It also features a talking motorcycle. Is it as crazy as it sounds?
Twisted Pixel Games proudly presents the future of interactive entertainment: The Wavy Tube Man Chronicles. Starring Wiley Wiggins (Dazed and Confused, Waking Life) as Future Buddy and Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger, Tromeo and Juliet) as Doc Lloyd, this new experience defies simple 20th century categorizations of “game” or “film.” Video games don’t have real horses or real big fires. Films don’t allow viewers to choose who lives or dies. The Wavy Tube Man Chronicles has all those things, and a lot more.
The carefully crafted story of intrigue takes players on an adventure to find the nefarious Wavy Tube Man Jr., who has stolen a time machine to go to the past and prevent his father’s death. Take control of destiny using mouse or touch-based targeting, shooting, and more against quick-drawing cowboys and heavily armed future warriors, chasing the villain through time as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
And there’s more: Harness the new chapter select feature to go directly to your favorite scenes with no waiting. Explore the behind the scenes special features to discover the secrets of how epic Hollywood productions are made. Immerse yourself in the most lifelike visuals available on any platform, made possible by Twisted Pixel’s advanced proprietary “graphiz” technology. No longer hindered by the limitations of polygons or math, the characters and worlds of wonder come to life before your very eyes.
Coming soon to the Windows Store for Windows 8 PCs and RT tablets at the stunningly low price of $1.49, The Wavy Tube Man Chronicles is less than 1/30th the price of old media like Halo 4 or the Twilight saga. Come to the future of interactive entertainment.
On this Cinco de Mayo, Twisted Pixel is launching the fourth in a series of themed challenges for Ms. Splosion Man. The challenge shows up in the opening menu of the main game, but only for the duration of the contest, which runs May 5th – 20th, 2012. Twisted Pixel has a special prize in store for the top 5 leaders in this challenge.
In “Splokour”, Ms. Splosion Man does her take on the physical discipline phenome: parkour. Gracefully guide the femme fatale through the whole level without ever once touching the ground. For every time she hits the pavement the game will add 10 seconds to your final time, so try your best to stay airborne. The five (5) fastest times on the leaderboard by 11pm EST on May 20th will win a Ms. Splosion Man plushie AND a copy of Twisted Pixel’s next Xbox title, which will be announced at this year’s E3 conference on June 5th!
Everyone can play for a chance to win in this challenge, so get sploding. Be sure to get the info on what Twisted Pixel has coming up by checking in with us at E3. See you in June, and good luck on the challenge!
Today Twisted Pixel and Microsoft Studios are pleased to announce a new batch of add-on content,Real Big Shootin’ for The Gunstringer. In this chapter of the VGA-nominated Kinect title, you find yourself going up against “Mad Dog” McDog who is out to slander your good name as the quickest draw in the west. He will throw any challenge he can at you to trip you up, so make sure your wits are sharp and your guns are hot!
It’s time for a giveaway, whaddya say?!
I know there have been a lot of games released this season, but courtesy of Twisted Pixel Games we’ve got 3 codes for the Ms. Splosion Man Table for Pinball FX2 and 2 codes for the full XBLA version of Ms Splosion Man herself.
– Pinball FX2 is free to download and comes with some free tables. However, there are some premium tables that can add-on to the game such as the Ms. Splosion Man table which you can win!
– Ms Splosion Man was well-received, even by us. But you didn’t get your chance to play it yet? Now’s the time to try to win it!
Below is pretty straight-forward on how to enter. So best of luck to all participants! View the winners!
Originally coming to Xbox 360 as the “First Xbox Live Arcade Kinect” game, is the Gunstringer from Twisted Pixel Games. They’re known for their 360-exclusive downloadable titles: The Maw, Splosion Man, Comic Jumper, and Ms. Splosion Man. Somewhere during development, the project shifted from being an XBLA title to a full retail release. Stepping out from the normal downloadable release has done Twisted Pixel well, providing the best Kinect game to date – in fact, this feels like the first true GAME for Kinect.