“Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet” is quite the mouthful. The implications, too, are downright fascinating. Are there, for instance, Shadow Planets that are neither insane nor twisted? Could they even be generally pleasant with moderate weather and shadowy denizens that have sunny personalities? Perhaps the sequel will be Pleasant Vacation Spot Shadow Planet. At any rate, the least savory of Shadow Planets is now open for business, and you can grab the highly acclaimed action adventure puzzler shooter and probably golf sim on Steam, or keep reading the rest of this post – which will ultimately enrich your life in no meaningful way.
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I keep reading the name Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet as one word in my head, delivered in breathless American advertising fashion. Whoever stole the spaces from those words in my thoughts, I truly hope you’re putting them to good use. If you’re using them to add double spaces after full stops, then I will hunt you down. Erm, things went a little surreal there. Back on track: the attractive adventure shooter thinger is maneuvering its way to the PC, with its co-operative DLC coming as an added bonus.
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I’ve not played Shadow Planet Productions’ crazy looking Metroidvania/twin stick shooter beyond the demo yet, but just before I snapped and got it for the console, Eurogamer have lead me to believe that a PC release might be in the works. As one of the more interesting indie titles this year, that’s surely good news. Read the rest of this entry »
Edit: The incorrect video was posted on GT earlier, and has now been replaced with an HD offering.
It’s been almost two years since the last time we posted a trailer of Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet. This is extraordinary for two reasons. Firstly, this 2D indie shmup has been quiet for two years. Secondly, RPS is old enough to write that. It still looks like a cute, interesting shooter, with an extended trailer to see below.