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Ms. Splosion Man iOS is on sale, also drops an update

Twisted Pixel has announced that an update is live for Ms. Splosion Man on iOS, offering up cross-device save support, an improved in-game economy, an updated UI, and bug fixes. Additionally, the game will be on sale for $0.99 for a limited...

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Ms. Splosion Man jumps to Steam, Game for Windows, WP7

Accompanying the just-released iOS version of Ms. Splosion Man, the lighthearted platformer is also now available for Steam (Windows only), Games for Windows, and Windows Phone 7. The pricing on those first two ports is $9.99, while the WP...

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Review: Ms. Splosion Man (iOS)

Ms. Splosion Man is one of my favorite platformers to date. Like the original, it's charming, engaging challenging, and really put Twisted Pixel on the map for me. The mobile version translates most of the magic of the original to iOS in fa...

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PAX: Ms. Splosion Man runs at 60fps on the iPad

Today I had a chance to meet up with Twisted Pixel developer Mike Wilford, and talk a bit about the new iOS port of Ms. Splosion Man, including some hands-on time with the game. Mike started by stating that on current iPads, the port will r...


Ms. Splosion Man headed to Steam, iOS, Windows Phone 7

Twisted Pixel has announced that Ms. Splosion Man is coming to additional platforms with a little help from developer friends Iron Galaxy, Fire Hose Games, and Panic Button. On PC (Games for Windows Live and Steam), you can expect to find ...


Ms. Splosion Man gets another challenge level tomorrow

Twisted Pixel Games' third challenge for Ms. Splosion Man will run from February 14 - 27. Better fit this one into your Valentine's Day schedule. If you're not familiar, these challenges bring new, free levels that are accessible for a limi...


Fruit F*cker spotted in second Ms. Splosion Man challenge

Starting now until September 11, you can partake in Ms. Splosion Man's second TMS (Title Managed Storage) challenge. As was the case for the first in-game challenge, which featured our very own Mr. Destructoid, real-world prizes will go to ...


Ms. Splosion Man soundtrack free to download now

When Ms. Splosion Man launched last week, Twisted Pixel emailed press and was like "We updated the official website, and it's all new." But at the time, it was a lie: nothing was updated when we had received that email. Well, it's updated n...


Free challenge updates coming to Ms. Splosion Man

Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man is out today, and outside of it being really pink and all of the buttons doing the same s**t, I thought it was pretty good. On this joyous release day, the developer is revealing that it will be presenting ...


Review: Ms. Splosion Man

Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man is like 'Splosion Man, but with more pink -- and the lead character wears a bow in her hair. Wait, she doesn't have hair... how does that bow stay in? Why doesn't it just burn up? This game makes no sense. S...


Ms. Splosion Man spotted on Steam

Don't know about you, but I could go for a good 'splode session right about now. According to the chaps at RPS, Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man could very well make it onto Steam. Apparently, the game appeared in the Steam library of one o...


Ms. Splosion Man priced at a mere 800 MS Points

Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man -- the follow-up to 2009's Mr. Splosion Man -- hits Xbox Live Arcade next Wednesday. It's got a price now, and it's only 800 MS Points. "The value of all life on Earth was originally placed at almost triple ...


Ms. Splosion Man releasing her goodness on July 13

Twisted Pixel's Ms. Splosion Man is sploding onto Xbox Live Arcade July 13. The sequel to 'Splosion Man will see a ton of new improvements, new environments, 100 levels for single and multiplayer fun, shoes, crazy boss battles and even behi...


Interview: Shoes and exploding in Ms. Splosion Man

I sat down with Twisted Pixel's Jay Stuckwisch at E3 and watched as he made a woman explode over and over again. It was hot. It was also really fun! Ms. Splosion Man is upping the insanity by giving us more worlds, crazy multiplayer featur...



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