Wallace & Gromit heading to XBLA

PC and 360 versions out this spring.

Telltale has announced that Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures will launch this spring on both PC and Xbox Live Arcade.

It will be the developer's first foray onto XBLA, and CEO Dan Connors said the company is "looking forward to expanding our catalogue" in that direction, with more XBLA titles set to be announced in the coming months.

According to the developer, the episodic game will also include a new control scheme designed specifically for Xbox 360, rather than relying on a hodgepodge version of the PC's point-and-clickery.

Telltale already has experience on consoles, having brought its Strong Bad and Sam & Max games to WiiWare as well as PC, but there's no word yet on whether the tinkerer and his dog will make the same transition.

For more on Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, check out our preview/interview from just before Christmas, and find screenshots and trailers on the the gamepage.

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