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Last year's quirky Xbox 360 Summer of Arcade entry Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is coming to PC, developers Michel Gagne and Joe Olson have confirmed.
The pair broke the news on a Nintendojo podcast, confirming that the game will be available on Steam with full keyboard and mouse support included.
What's more, you'll get the multiplayer Shadow Hunters DLC expansion thrown in too.
7/10-scoring Toy Soldiers: Cold War sold more copies than any other game in this year's Summer of Arcade promotion.
The latest Xbox Live Marketplace schedule lists Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet expansion Shadow Hunters for release on 13th September.
Treasure's touched-up Radiant Silvergun XBLA release, DLC for Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and a Games on Demand slot for Bulletstorm head up the latest Xbox Live Marketplace schedule update.
As detailed on Major Nelson's blog, you can also expect deals on Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Rockstar Games' content.
Here's how the next few weeks shape up:
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A DLC pack is in the works for this week's Summer of Arcade release Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, its co-creator has told Eurogamer.
Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is an unfamiliar pairing of familiar components.
The style is silhouette indie chic - a more colourful Limbo, a less intricate Pixel Junk Eden, a more serious World of Goo - each frame rendered in pin-sharp black vector ink thatís only just beginning to fade from fashion.
Itís a whisper world of foreground shadows and background soft focus shapes, of proto-life forms with feelers and pincers but no words. Craggy ceilings and underground lakes are the sights here. You may play as a flying saucer from the future, but everything around you has the feel of the primordial, an embryo domain of clicks and ominous keyboard swells.
This week brings another arid list of launches, but as the calendar page turns to August the likes of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Xenoblade and Tropico 4 loom later in the month.
The full schedule for this year's Xbox Live Summer of Arcade season has gone live.
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