If you've been watching Unprofessional Fridays, you know Giant Bomb's love for Gang Beasts, the hilariously weird local multiplayer brawler. Even better? Double Fine is making it part of its "Double Fine Presents" lineup.With DoubleShow More Summary
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Gang Beasts is a silly, brutal brawler starring four jelly-boned fighters in local co-op matches, and it's now getting publishing support from Double Fine. The game comes from three brothers at UK studio Boneloaf, and it combines ragdoll physics,...
Broken Age and Costume Quest developer Double Fine is going to be publishing ridiculous physics-based brawler Gang Beasts. Presented under the Double Fine Presents banner, Gang Beasts will bring its unique brand of multiplayer mayhem to PC, Mac and Linux via Steam Early Access next week on 29th August. Show More Summary
Expect wild antics as you battle with your friends in this upcoming physics-based game.
Gang Beasts is hardly new at this point, but we've been given another opportunity to talk about it now that it's a part of the Double Fine Presents line. I'll take it. The funny multiplayer brawler will be playable later this month at...Show More Summary
To mark one of classical music’s notable bicentennials, Washington’s fall season has gotten underway with a double dose of Wagner. First, there was “Tristan und Isolde” at the Washington National Opera in September, in which the conducting took precedence over the nice, unobjectionable staging. Show More Summary
Ukraine doesn’t need Russia to take it down—Kiev is doing fine destroying itself, most recently with a new tax code that doubles taxes for private gas producers and promises to irreparably cripple new investment in the energy sector at a time when reform and outside investment were the country’s only hope.
Shane Greene capped a series of fine starting pitching, working into the ninth inning and then watching closer David Robertson get pinch-hitter Miguel Cabrera to ground into a double play as the New York Yankees edged the Detroit Tigers 1-0 on Thursday.
Bill would lift caps on fines, double funding for NHTSA.
Photo by Duncan C./Flickr Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced a bill in city council on Wednesday that would double the fines for those who graffiti in the city, going from $500 to $1000. This is a measure intended to fight...
Double Fine Productions has decided to point its talents in the direction of helping indie game studios with publishing and marketing. In an interview with Tim Schafer, it was revealed that although Double Fine won't be a publisher per...Show More Summary
Tim Schafer and his video game production company, Double Fine Studios, have acquired the rights to his 1998 classic adventure game Grim Fandango and are working on a remastered version for release later this year. Schafer developed Grim Fandango for LucasArts and the game received near-unanimous critical acclaim upon release. Show More Summary
One of the biggest, genuine surprises of E3 was the announcement that Double Fine would be producing a full HD remake of Grim Fandango for the PS4. No-one saw that coming. But now the good news continues. Not only will Grim FandangoShow More Summary
In addition to the previously announced PS4 and Vita versions. Developer Double Fine has confirmed that its Grim Fandango remake is headed to PC, Mac and Linux.Click here to read the full article
The Grim Fandango remake is in the works for PC, Mac, and Linux, according to developer Double Fine.
That HD remake of Grim Fandango, announced at Sony's E3 press conference last month, isn't just for PlayStation—it'll be out on PC, Mac, and Linux too, Double Fine just announced. Read more...
Double Fine founder joins list of judges in game development competition. Double Fine Productions founder and respected game developer Tim Schafer is to judge the Girls Make Games Demo Day competition finals in California on July 13. Click here to read the full article