French indie game developer Arkedo has announced Sega will be publishing its next title, tentatively titled Project Hell Yeah!

Few details are known about the newly announced project, which Arkedo has reportedly been working on for nine months, though the company did say the title will have "tons of different monsters in it."

"See, Sega? We spent the last five years telling you repeatedly that someday, somehow, you would publish one of our games," Arkedo studio chief Camille Guermonprez said in a statement. "This day has come. Hell Yeah! Now let's go back to work and finish the damn thing."

Arkedo was founded in 2006 and subsequently released two retail Nintendo DS titles: block-breaker Nervous Brickdown through Secret Stash Games in 2007 and pyrotechnic shoot-'em'-up Big Bang Mini through Southpeak Interactive in 2009.

More recently, the company's downloadable "Arkedo! Series" -- including puzzle title Swap! and platformers Pixel! and Jump! -- have seen thousands of sales on Xbox Live Indie Games, with ports for PSN and iOS as well.

[Originally posted on sister site Gamasutra.]