Back in July, FX Pinball 2 creator Zen Studios revealed that Twisted Pixel's Ms. 'Splosion Man would supply the theme for the next table for the pinball simulator. Six fresh screens of that went out today.
In Josh Bear's happy dream, Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Donkey Kong and Super Mario, was sitting on a toilet.
Capcom has responded to allegations its mobile game, MaXplosion, is a naked ripoff of the downloadable hit 'Splosion Man, developed after the original game's creator approached Capcom's console division about publishing it. Capcom says it is "saddened" by the situation.
Capcom Mobile has a little game out on the App Store called MaXplosion, where you run around a science lab blowing yourself up. If you think that sounds familiar, well, that's because it is.
This week's Xbox Live Arcade release is Chime, the Zoë Mode developed musical puzzle game that may evoke thoughts of Lumines with its quad-building mechanic, quad-clearing timeline and choice soundtrack selections.
Xbox Live's "Summer of Arcade" kicked off with some serious heat, courtesy of Twisted Pixel's 'Splosion Man, an original side-scrolling platformer that lets the player do one thing: explode. Or 'splode, as they say.
Microsoft wants to pay you $10 for purchasing all five of the games showcased in this year's Summer of Arcade promotion.
Here's the bad news: the Xbox Live Arcade remake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles In Time has been pushed back, now no longer the first entry in Microsoft's "Summer of Arcade" promotion. Now the good.
Five major Xbox Live Arcade titles make up Microsoft's Summer of Arcade lineup, and now we know exactly when each is coming out, from Turtles in Time to Shadow Complex.
After all, I liked 'Splosion Man developer Twisted Pixel's previous effort, The Maw. And I like 2D platformers rendered in attractive 3D. And I enjoy explosions. So the combination of these things, plus the mechanic of using explosions as your primary means of dealing with any obstacle, just sounds like something I'd…