Twisted Pixel going back to being indie

Source: Twisted Pixel blog

The developer who made cult hits such as Splosion Man, Comic Jumper and Lococycle, have parted ways from Microsoft. It ended up being 4 years of ownership by Microsoft, and the break up was mutual. No hard feelings.

Twisted Pixel writes in their announcement the following:

Microsoft has been an incredible partner since day one and we’ve always kept a background dialog open with them about the idea of returning to an independent studio model if the timing made sense for us.

Microsoft Studios General Manager, John Needham, adds:

Twisted Pixel has been a great partner to Microsoft Studios, bringing a range of innovative new experiences to Xbox fans around the globe. I can’t wait to see what this talented team creates next and look forward to bringing their outstanding games to Xbox and Windows 10.

Check the source to read the full announcement.

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