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Majesco gets Twister license, Kinect-enabled version coming in November


Even though there's already a Twister game included in Family Game Night 3 -- and even though the only equipment you need for Twister is, essentially, a table cloth -- Majesco has announced plans to release its own take on the classic game of humiliating entanglements this November.

The, yes, twist here is that unlike the previous version (which reimagined Twister as a rhythm game), this Twister game uses the Kinect sensor to allow you to gesticulate and pretzel yourself up for real. It'll include 16 different modes, including one that has players dodging shapes for some reason.

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