WGB: Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet - Review

WolfsGamingBlog writes: "I feel exceptionally lucky in regards to this years Summer of Arcade event. It’s unusual in today’s world to see games with distinct and unique art-styles to set them apart, instead they compete for who can render a lamppost in the highest amount of detail. But in the space of two weeks I’ve gotten to see two games with singular art-styles; and each is a polar opposite of the other. The first game of which I speak is, of course, Bastion. Its vibrant, beautiful world is at complete odds with this weeks Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, a game which uses black foregrounds and pastel colored backdrops to set its mood. And so, for the second time in this years event, I find myself starting with the graphics."

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