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Double Fine's 'Amnesia Fortnight' games chosen

By Steve Watts, Nov 26, 2012 7:45am PST

Double Fine's "Amnesia Fortnight" has gone up for a public vote, and four prototypes have been chosen to be put through the wringer over the next two weeks.


"And I'll buy whatever the hell they end up turning into a game anyway so fuck me, right?"

- tw3kr see all 9 comments

Double Fine Amnesia Weekend bundle adds bonus prototype

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 22, 2012 9:45am PST

Do you fancy playing the prototype of a four-player co-op mythological kill 'em up in development at Double Fine? If you do, and you probably do, you can get it by opening your wallet for the studio's latest Amnesia Fortnight experiment, which has turned its regular prototyp...


Double Fine's latest Amnesia Fortnight opened to public vote

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 20, 2012 6:00am PST

Recent Double Fine Productions fruits including Costume Quest and Stacking were borne of the studio's 'Amnesia Fortnights,' where everyone sets aside their regular work to prototype wacky new ideas. Now Double Fine is opening that process up to the public, letting us slap do...


"White Birch, Space Base, Autonomous and Black Lake (Those are my favorites so far)"

- Gwyndion see all 3 comments

Double Fine's The Cave hitting Wii U too

By Alice O'Connor, Sep 04, 2012 8:00am PDT

Nintendo's downloadable offerings have been a bit lacklustre on the Wii, DSi, and 3DS, but at least one corker's in the bag for the Wii U. Ron Gilbert and Double Fine's platforming adventure game The Cave is coming to Nintendo's new console via the eShop, DF confirmed over t...


"Cool, not sure if I'll pick up this version or the PC one but it's nice to have the option!"

- one random winner see all 2 comments

Middle Manager of Justice is Double Fine's foray into iOS free-to-play

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 30, 2012 10:30am PDT

Tim Schafer's Double Fine studio is the latest to chase after mobile riches. Middle Manager of Justice is not only the team's first mobile game, but it's also their first free-to-play title.


"This looks awesome, in the forums they said that they're currently focusing on one mobile ..."

- hanged_man see all 6 comments

Psychonauts coming to PS3 next week

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 23, 2012 2:15pm PDT

Psychonauts is getting a PlayStation Network re-release next week, August 28th.


"Game still looks good. The game chose a humble aesthetic and it still captures it just fine."

- asianwaste see all 3 comments

Double Fine Happy Action Theater sequel revealed

By Alice O'Connor, Aug 20, 2012 9:30am PDT

Dubstep is the new zombies. Just as those shambling corpses were exciting in video games, then a bit tedious, next horribly over-used, before being redeemed by DayZ and The Walking Dead, so Double Fine Productions has saved dubstep from its dark path in the sequel to Double ...


"Ahahahaha, laughed my ass off and not just at the dubstep mode! The entire video is hilarious! xDD"

- vai90 see all 4 comments

Iron Brigade coming to PC next week

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 06, 2012 5:00pm PDT

The game formerly known as Double Fine's Trenched is finally making its way to the PC. And soon!


"Yay. My 360 died before I could put much time into this (and it won't be getting replaced). I'll ..."

- RAY16 see all 8 comments

The Cave preview

By Jeff Mattas, Jun 13, 2012 9:00am PDT

We sit down for a behind-closed-doors E3 demo of The Cave, an upcoming Metroidvania-style adventure game developed by Ron Gilbert and Double Fine.


"this does actually look pretty cool. Looking forward to seeing more as the release date approaches"

- Wiz74 see all 8 comments

The Cave coming from Ron Gilbert and Double Fine

By Alice O'Connor, May 24, 2012 6:45am PDT

When Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert joined Double Fine in 2010, he teased an adventure game project that'd been rattling around his head for a few years. Today it's finally been revealed as The Cave, coming to PC and unspecified consoles in early 2013.


"Also, this: /{This no no mere cave, no no no, rather The Cave}/ broke me."

- spazzium see all 27 comments

Sega teases Double Fine's Ron Gilbert project

By Steve Watts, May 23, 2012 1:15pm PDT

A set of teaser images that link together indicates that Sega may be publishing Ron Gilbert's first project at Double Fine Productions.


"It's a bit bizarre to see Sega publishing a Double Fine game. I hope it's working out for them."

- DrWaffles see all 3 comments

Double Fine's Kickstarter fund ends as a huge success

By John Keefer, Mar 13, 2012 6:15pm PDT

Double Fine's Kickstarter adventure came to a close as a rousing success.


"yeah it should be on steam and other digital distribution channels"

- GoldfishInAJarOfPickles see all 7 comments

Double Fine adventure nearing Grim Fandango budget

By Steve Watts, Mar 12, 2012 9:45am PDT

Tim Schafer has revealed that the current funding for Double Fine's Kickstarter adventure is nearing the levels used to make Grim Fandango.


"So if the reward for spending $10k or more is lunch with Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert, do you ..."

- yourbuddypal see all 5 comments

Stacking shuffles onto PC via Steam

By Alice O'Connor, Mar 07, 2012 6:00am PST

Double Fine's charming Stacking is now available for PC through Steam, for only $9.99 thanks to a launch discount. It comes complete with the matryoshka doll puzzler's trampy DLC, The Lost Hobo King.


"Nothing like DOTT or Monkey Island, but it has good humor in it. You're playing as Charles ..."

- Masem see all 12 comments

Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert talk adventure games for 2079 seconds

By Alice O'Connor, Feb 27, 2012 4:30pm PST

What could be nicer on a Monday evening than Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert talking about adventure games for 35 minutes? Very little, that's what, so have a watch of this new video documentary segment.


"I picked up Ceville for $2.50 on the Steam sale, its a traditional point and click adventure. ..."

- dlr(2) see all 4 comments