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Many independent developers have made a good home out of the various online distribution platforms and the past few months have seen a solid range of very polished little games that have been well worth their budget price point.

Among Bastion and From Dust now available on the Xbox Live Arcade, today there's yet another indie game to pay attention to: Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.
From the mind of renowned artist, Michel Gagne, comes a captivating adventure set in a unique, rich and insanely twisted world. Blending exploration, intense shooter action, and puzzle-solving with gorgeous artwork, rich story telling and Hollywood quality presentation, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet draws you into an epic journey full of surprises, danger and wonder.
Find out what we thought in this AusGamers review.

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is due on Xbox Live Arcade on August 3rd 2011 for 1200 MS Points.



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