Telltale Games is currently developing games for Xbox 360, the studio has announced.
Recent titles such as Back to the Future, Puzzle Agent and Tales of Monkey Island have all side-stepped the platform in favour of iOS, PC, PlayStation 3 and/or WiiWare.
However, the developer confirmed on its Twitter feed that it was now working with Microsoft again.
"We're very excited to announce that we are officially publishing games for the XBox 360! We will still be coming to other platforms as well," read one Tweet.
"No announcements on what's coming to the XBox 360 from us yet but we have some exciting stuff in store! Stay tuned!" followed another.
Telltale currently has Jurassic Park, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Puzzle Agent 2, The Walking Dead, Fables, Hector: Badge of Carnage and a new Kings Quest title in development.
A statement from CEO Dan Connors yesterday announcing a delay to its Jurassic Park tie-in read "We'll be investing the extra time into making the game great and it will be released simultaneously on every platform this fall."
The last episodic Telltale game to see an Xbox 360 release was Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures in early 2009.