Double Fine is releasing a puzzle/action game called Hack 'n' Slash next year, the studio announced today. It was originally announced as a prototype during one of Double Fine's big game jam sessions last November, and it'll be out as a full game in the first half of 2014. Read more...
Action adventure invites players to "cheat" with in-game coding. Double Fine announced Tuesday that Hack 'n' Slash will launch in the first half of 2014 on PC, Mac, and Linux. Click here to read the full article
Double Fine is publishing a title called 'Hack 'n' Slash' on Steam in the near future. As you can see above, the game's developer was very much inspired by The Legend of Zelda. An actual in-game screenshot shows just how far that inspiration goes. Link
The next game from Psychonauts developer Double Fine is a bizarre techno-adventure.
Double Fine has announced a new hacking-themed puzzle game called Hack 'n' Slash, due in the first half of 2014 for PC, Mac and Linux on Steam. Hack 'N' Slash started out as an idea during Amnesia Fortnight, Double Fine's internal game jam, and was then chosen by the public to become a fully-realized game. Show More Summary
Double Fine has announced a new game that combines two distinctly different tastes: the fantastical world of elves, and hacking games. Brandon Dillon's ode to cheating, Hack 'n' Slash, is set to make its formal transition from two-week prototype to fully-fleshed out PC, Mac, and Linux game in the first half of 2014.
Double Fine Productions has announced yet another new game today, Hack n Slash, revealed with a new website showing a singular image (seen above). If you want to know a little more, you're going to have to work for it. Clicking thatShow More Summary
Psychonauts and Brutal Legend developer Double Fine has announced its latest project, Hack 'N' Slash, a puzzle action game about hacking (and slashing, for that matter) due for PC, Mac and Linux during the first half of 2014. The game...Show More Summary
I recently worked on an upcoming video game from Double Fine, called Broken Age. I got to play a really fun character, and I had a super good time working with one of my favorite directors in the industry. Double … Continue reading ...
Double Fine's Broken Age has shown an awful lot of Vella's adventure in recent months. Creator Tim Schafer came to the VGX this year to show off the story's other main character, Shay, voiced by Elijah Wood. He also revealed a release window for his Kickstarter-backed game: January 2014.
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Broken Age will co-star Elijah Wood as Shay, the male lead of the game's futuristic portion. The reveal was made at VGX today where Double Fine head honcho Tim Schafer debuted some gameplay footage [below]. Broken Age will be split between two characters, each in their own world facing parallel stories. Show More Summary
Elijah Wood will be voicing Shay in Double Fine's Broken Age, a new trailer revealed during Spike's VGX show. As previously announced, Schafer reminded us that fans can dive into the first half of Broken Age in January via Steam Early...Show More Summary
Double Fine's Tim Schafer and his team are taking on the challenge of reimagining the adventure game genre with Broken Age. In a GDC Next session, they explained how they're doing it....
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Microsoft listed 33 developers that will be participating in its ID@Xbox self-publishing program for Xbox One. The list of those that applied and were approved by Microsoft included Iron Galaxy (Divekick), Crytek (Crysis, Far Cry), Halfbrick...Show More Summary
Vlambeer, Double Fine and Keiji Inafune sign up for ID@Xbox. Microsoft has named Crytek, Vlambeer and Double Fine among the first studios to sign up for its Xbox One self-publishing program, ID@Xbox.Click here to read the full artic...
Typical, you wait an age for a management sim set in space, then two come along at the same time. I literally only bought Double Fine's Spacebase DF-9 about 24 hours ago and now up pops Maia. Just like Double Fine's effort, Maia puts...Show More Summary
Double Fine's spelunking adventure game, The Cave, is now available on Ouya, joining counterparts on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux and iOS. We gave The Cave a go on XBLA and found it to be "the cruelest of Double Fine's games,...Show More Summary
Costume Quest and Stacking sequels are looking a lot more likely today. Developer Double Fine Productions has acquired the publishing and distribution rights to both games from Nordic Games.Click To Continue Reading