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Microsoft is on a roll lately. The company recently picked up one of my favorites from the Independent Games Festival, Limbo, and has followed that up with another promising indie: Michel Gagne and Fuelcell Games' amazingly bizarre looking Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.
Fuelcell Games was apparently in talks with several companies and distribution options for Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, but the studio decided Xbox Live Arcade was the best path for them.
“This is one of the most thrilling projects of my career," said Gagne in a press release posted on their official web site. “I love working on ITSP [Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet] with Joe and his team. It amazes me to see how they’re able to expand on my concepts and animations and create such a memorable interactive experience. Simply put, this game is going to rock!”
There are no details on when Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet might arrive on the service (please be 2010!), but click below to check out a trailer. You'll be just as excited as I am by the time it finishes.