Posts Tagged double fine
Spacebase DF-9 and Hack ‘n’ Slash players get other game free
If you own Double Fine’s Spacebase DF-9, you’ll get a free copy of Hack ‘n’ Slash – and the reverse also holds true, with Hack ‘n’ Slash owners getting Spacebase DF-9.
Spacebase DF-9 Early Access development halted permanently
Time for another cautionary tale from the annals of Steam Early Access, as Double Fine confirms development of Spacebase DF-9 will cease after the next update.
Grim Fandango remastered features outlined in new video
In a new ‘making of’ video for the remastered edition of Grim Fandango, Double Fine gives a broader idea of what to expect from the new version.
Costume Quest 2 PAX trailer has time travel, dentists and clowns
Wren and Reynold will return this October in Double Fine’s Costume Quest 2, featuring new costumes and villainous dental foes.
Grim Fandango remaster confirmed for PC
Double Fine has put some adventure game minds at ease today, by confirming that the Grim Fandango re-issue (or remaster, or whatever it is!) is coming to PC as well.
Costume Quest 2 dressing up for Halloween 2014
Double Fine is teaming up with Midnight City (Majesco’s indie label) to release Costume Quest 2 in time for Halloween 2014.
Bad Golf reborn as Double Fine community project
If you’ve been keeping up with Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight prototypes, you’ll know they’ve been whittled down to four at this point; Dear Leader, Mnemonic, Steed and Little Pink Best Bud’s (Pendleton Ward’s project.) There’s a distinct lack of Bad Golf 2 in that list, because that pitch was too visionary or something.
Amnesia Fortnight 2014 first round finalists revealed by Double Fine
The people have spoken! Or silently ticked boxes on a website, or something.
Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight kicks off with bonus Pendleton Ward
Those lovely chaps and chapesses over at Double Fine have launched another Amnesia Fortnight, in conjunction with the Humble Bundle.
Broken Age now released to the general public
Bit of a public service announcement rather than HOT NEWS, but I thought I’d better let you know that Broken Age – Double Fine’s utterly superb adventure that racked up about seventy gajillion dollars on Kickstarter – is now available to more than just the backers.
Broken Age: Act One Review
There is one thing that Double Fine do better than pretty much anyone else in the games industry, and that’s write children and adolescents.
Double Fine reacquires Stacking and Costume Quest rights
Double Fine and Nordic Games have announced that the former has reacquired the publishing and distribution rights to both Costume Quest and Stacking, and that the pair have partnered up for retail releases of both games – and Psychonauts – in 2014.
Jack Black’s back: Broken Age cast includes plenty of Double Fine alumni
Double Fine have released a video that unveils the cast of Broken Age, the title formerly known as the Double Fine adventure Kickstarter.
Broken into two: Double Fine’s Broken Age needed more money
Remember Broken Age? You know – the Double Fine adventure that was on Kickstarter, and asked for $400,000, and got $3.3 million, and – to some extent – kickstarted the games-on-Kickstarter revolution?
Double Fine offers you a sip from their Massive Chalice
After the breakaway Kickstarter success of the adventure game that became Broken Age, Double Fine is returning to the crowd-funding well for another drink.
Nutritious Double Fine Humble Bundle goes on sale
Ok, look. The latest Humble Bundle is giving you the chance to buy Double Fine’s Psychonauts, Costume Quest and Stacking for barely any money at all.
Double Fine has requested papers from the THQ bankruptcy case
With THQ’s date with destiny looming on 22 January, further information about specific interested parties is emerging from the bankruptcy case.
Double Fine’s Iron Brigade is tromping its way onto PC
Having recently purchased and played through most of the Double Fine Bundle on Steam, I couldn’t be happier about the news that alternative-reality WW tower defense(ish) title Iron Brigade will soon be joining its cousins on the PC.