The silhouetted side-scroller revolves around exploring the Shadow Planet to unlock its secrets while picking up upgrades and attempting to dodge its hazardous environments and downright delightful tentacled blinking shadow beats. It also looks punishingly difficult, if you like that sort of thing.
Gagné also hints "No one here is saying that there won't be a PC version." Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet's release date remains unknown so, for now, here's the debut trailer from last year. You can also enjoy Gagné's short film series Insanely Twisted Shadow Puppets, which inspired the game's look.
BOOM video 4535