EXPLODE! Fight Mr. Destructoid in Ms. Splosion Man! - destructoid

EXPLODE! Fight Mr. Destructoid in Ms. Splosion Man!

2:28 PM on 07.21.2011


The first TMS challenge for Ms. Splosion Man is now available and features Mr. Destructoid as a chasebot! All you need to do to get this free update is go to the "play challenge" section on the Ms. Splosion Man main menu and download it. Simple!

The challenge is only available until end of day July 31 and the top three in the leaderboards for this challenge will win some awesome prizes. The top three winners of the challenge will get a Ms. Splosion Man light-up statue, a super rare Mr. Destructoid Bobblehead and a bunch of shirts and posters from Twisted Pixel and us. One random contestant will also get a Twisted Pixel prize pack just for competing!

Twisted Pixel plans on having a ton of these TMS challenges all through the year. Oh, and because they really love their fans, you can now get free DLC for the original 'Splosion Man! EXPLODE!


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