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Twisted Pixel announces VR adventure Wilson’s Heart

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Wilson’s Heart is an immersive first-person psychological thriller set in a 1940’s hospital that has undergone a haunting transformation. In this original VR adventure, you become Robert Wilson, a patient who awakens to the shocking discovery that his heart has been replaced with a mysterious device. As the hospital hauntings intensify, you and your fellow […]

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LocoCycle Update: Xbox 360 and Steam Coming on Valentine’s Day

Posted by: Twisted Pixel

01/29/2014 – Man, I love this painting that Brandon did of I.R.I.S. punching a Big Arms train so hard that it derails.  So awesome. Speaking of trains…I’ve got an update for you on LocoCycle.  We finally have a release date for the Xbox 360 version: Valentine’s Day! On Feb 14th you’ll be able to choo-choo-choose […]

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LocoCycle Launch

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Get the full press kit with Screenshots, Trailer and Press Release here. Trailer Screenshots Press Release

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LocoCycle LAUNCHED!

Posted by: Twisted Pixel

11/22/2013 – The day has finally come, the launch of Xbox One and our wildest game yet, LocoCycle! We hope you jump in and take LocoCycle for a ride.  We had a lot of fun making it, and we want you to have a lot of fun playing it.  If you feel like getting a […]

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Post PAX Post

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09/09/2013 – Wow, another PAX come and gone.  I can’t believe how much of a whirlwind these events are.  As it turns out my fears about the PAX booth were unnecessary because this show was a huge success!  Not only for the booth setup, but for LocoCycle as well.  A big shout-out goes to my […]

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Ready…Set…PAX!!

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08/27/2013 – Hey Everybody!  PAX kicks off this weekend!  I’m always excited, but this time I’m a little bit nervous too since we have an all new booth.  Unlike our last booth design, this one is dedicated to giving you maximum hands-on time with LocoCycle on Xbox One, and thankfully I didn’t have to build […]

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