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  • Blog Post: Broken Age Act 2 Arriving Early Next Year

    Double Fine shared an update recently regarding the launch of the second act of Broken Age and the finish line is visible, even it is a little further out than expected. In a post on its website, Double Fine's Greg Rice offered a status update for the game. Broken Age's second act recently entered... More
  • Blog Post: Sad Day For Double Fine As 12 Staff Get Laid Off

    After an unannounced project was cancelled at Double Fine, a dozen members of the studio's staff had to be let go. Many of the company's already announced titles will be unaffected. "One of our unannounced projects was unexpectedly cancelled by its publisher," Double Fine studio head... More
  • Blog Post: Costume Quest 2 To Treat Xbox And Wii U Gamers Before Halloween

    Double Fine is cutting this one close. Costume Quest 2 has release dates on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Wii U finally. If you’re planning on dressing up for this charming tale on Xbox One or Xbox 360, you’ll be able to do so starting today. If Wii U is your haunt, that version arrives tomorrow... More
  • Blog Post: Play Indie Games At Day Of The Devs On November 1

    Double Fine and IAm8Bit are holding an indie-focused event this Saturday. Admission is free and there will be nearly 40 games on display for you to try. The event takes place from 4 p.m. until 11 p.m. at San Francisco's Old Mint Building in Mint Plaza. There, you can check out performances by Disasterpeace... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine's Hack 'N' Slash Launches Tomorrow

    After doing its time in early access, Double Fine's Hack 'N' Slash moves over to full release tomorrow. I have a confession to make. I was untruthful. Hack'n'Slash is not coming out on Wednesday. It's coming out TOMORROW! http://t.co/hUwQXV1fLw — Tim Schafer (@TimOfLegend... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine's Massive Chalice Pits You Against Genetics And Time

    PAX is in full swing here in Seattle, and my first stop was to check in with Double Fine. After its first successful Kickstarter, Broken Age, the team returned to backers to request support once more. The result? Massive Chalice. The easiest way to frame Massive Chalice is to link it to one of the best... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Gets On Board With Gang Beasts

    In the most recent Double Fine-published indie game, you take control of anthropomorphic blobs and fight similar blobs until you are the last one standing. The game, developed by Boneloaf, features silly ragdoll physics and equally silly combat levels. Gang Beasts has been in alpha for quite some time... More
  • Blog Post: Grim Fandango A PlayStation Console Exclusive

    Sony announced that an HD remake of Tim Schafer's classic adventure game Grim Fandango would be coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita during its E3 stage presentation . Today, we learned that the game will be a PlayStation console exclusive. Gio Corsi, head of Sony's Third Party Production tweeted... More
  • Blog Post: Broken Age For iPad Sets Itself Apart

    The first act of Broken Age is now out for the iPad for $9.99, and developer Double Fine says it's not just a port. The trailer below goes through what makes the iPad version so special, including its crisp graphics. Double Fine isn't talking about when Act 2 will come out, but the studio says... More
  • Blog Post: Grim Fandango Getting Remastered For PS4 And Vita [Trailer Added]

    Tim Schafer's classic point-and-click adventure Grim Fandango is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita. Through an arrangement with Disney, the title will be remastered and brought back from the dead. The 1998 title is frequently requested for the HD update treatment by fans, and we suspect there are... More
  • Blog Post: Tim Schafer Narrates Grim Fandango Playthrough

    Formerly only available to backers of the Kickstarter Adventure, Double Fine recently released a video with Tim Schafer playing and narrating Grim Fandango. In the hour-long video, which you can see below, Schafer talks about why the game opted for Resident Evil-style tank controls, and how he and the... More
  • Blog Post: Tim Schafer Narrates Full Throttle, Shares How Mtv Almost Turned It Into Animated Show

    Formerly only available to backers of the Kickstarter Adventure, Double Fine recently released a video with Tim Schafer playing and narrating Full Throttle to all. In the hour-long video, which you can see below, Schafer talks about the difficulties related to developing the game, and talks briefly about... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine's Hack 'N' Slash Available On Steam Early Access

    Double Fine's ambitious action/puzzle title Hack 'N' Slash is now up on Steam Early Access, meaning you can play an early version of the game and give valuable feedback. Hack 'N' Slash lets you change the game's actual code to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. For the Early Access... More
  • Blog Post: Last Life Kickstarter Gets Double Fine Stamp Of Approval

    Kickstarter is full of various video game projects seeking funding, but few of them get the endorsement of Tim Schafer himself. That lucky game would be Last Life , and is among the first to be part of the "Double Fine Presents" program. Why the game caught the eye of Schafer and Double Fine's... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Lending A Publishing Helping Hand So Other Indies Can ‘Stay Indie’

    Today’s release of Escape Goat 2 on PC is important to developer MagicalTimeBean, but what you may not know is that Double Fine is part of the celebration. The studio known for Psychonauts and Broken Age is lending a helping hand by helping other indie developers publish their titles. We spoke... More
  • Blog Post: Costume Quest 2 Announced

    Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight, a two-week period each year during which employees drop what they are doing to prototype new games, has born a number of exciting projects. Some of those titles, like Stacking, even go on to become full games. It’s rare that Double Fine revisits a series,... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Funds Broken Age Part 2 With Sales Of First Installment

    After delays and funding concerns, Double Fine has revealed that the second half of Broken Age is funded. The good news comes in part thanks to the studio’s shift to an episodic model mid-development. Speaking with GamesIndustry International , studio head Tim Schafer wouldn’t talk specific... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Streaming Amnesia Fortnight Development

    Double Fine has announced that its two-week break from core projects, affectionately known as “ Amnesia Fortnight ,” is in full swing. The studio is live-streaming the development of four different small games. The four titles were selected from a number of pitches to studio head Tim Schafer... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Starts Amnesia Fortnight 2014 Via Humble Bundle

    Double Fine has started Amnesia Fortnight 2014 via Humble Bundle, allowing you to not only vote on ideas for game projects by staff members at the studio, but also to give charity as well. Amnesia Fortnight is a game jam where members of the studio pitch their ideas internally with the winners going... More
  • Blog Post: Broken Age Arrives Tomorrow For Backers, Skipping Early Access

    Double Fine’s Broken Age will arrive for backers tomorrow , and the studio has revealed that the game will be skipping Steam Early Access. The developer says that part one of the Kickstarter-funded title will be ready for a traditional release when it’s made available for purchase. The public... More
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