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Alien Spidy, an action-platformer developed by Enigma Software, is coming to Xbox Live Arcade, PC, and Mac later this month, publisher Kalypso Media Digital announced.

In Alien Spidy, an alien spider crash lands on earth and strikes out to find his friend, Virgi, along with the lost pieces of his spaceship across over 70 levels.

Alien Spidy is a new take on the classic side-scroller, but with all sorts of modern twists,” said Kalypso Media Digital managing director Jonathan Hales. “The game is filled with colorful characters, beautiful animations, and just the right balance of pick-up-and-play accessibility and ramps up the challenge in later levels, making it perfect for all types of gamers.”

The action-platformer is set expected to release on PSN later, though a specific release date has yet to be announced.

Kalypso Media Digital recently released Dollar Dash—which we reviewed—on XBLA, PSN, and PC.

Alien Spidy launches on XBLA, PC, and Mac March 20 for 800 Microsoft Points/$10.

Here’s the teaser trailer from a year ago:

Alien Spidy Crawling onto XBLA, PC, and Mac Later This Month

By | 03/7/2013 03:32 PM PT

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Alien Spidy, an action-platformer developed by Enigma Software, is coming to Xbox Live Arcade, PC, and Mac later this month, publisher Kalypso Media Digital announced.

In Alien Spidy, an alien spider crash lands on earth and strikes out to find his friend, Virgi, along with the lost pieces of his spaceship across over 70 levels.

Alien Spidy is a new take on the classic side-scroller, but with all sorts of modern twists,” said Kalypso Media Digital managing director Jonathan Hales. “The game is filled with colorful characters, beautiful animations, and just the right balance of pick-up-and-play accessibility and ramps up the challenge in later levels, making it perfect for all types of gamers.”

The action-platformer is set expected to release on PSN later, though a specific release date has yet to be announced.

Kalypso Media Digital recently released Dollar Dash—which we reviewed—on XBLA, PSN, and PC.

Alien Spidy launches on XBLA, PC, and Mac March 20 for 800 Microsoft Points/$10.

Here’s the teaser trailer from a year ago:

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