Luma Arcade has been getting a lot of attention regarding a game being developed in-house called The Harvest, which was announced by Microsoft at GDC and MIX in San Francisco and Las Vegas earlier this month. It was built on Lumaā€™s in-house 3D rendering engine built on the XNA Game Studio 4.0 framework. The Harvest runs on what Microsoft is calling the ā€¯Three Screensā€¯, namely the Xbox360, Windows PC and the new Windows Phone 7 Series.
In the game world, the player must fight through the decayed remnants of an ancient holy city many years after a vicious alien invasion in order to save what is left of humanity.
More info on the Windows Phone 7 here.
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