Double Dagger - "The Mirror" My brain is fine, but my body has mental problems. My body is a stupid, lumbering animal. My body is silent almost all of the time, but when it speaks, it speaks in illiterate, bleating...
Back in March, renowned game designer Ron Gilbert left Double Fine Productions in order to branch out and do his own thing. Following that, Gilbert revealed that he was working on a new iPhone game called Scurvy Scallywags in The Voyage to Discover the Ultimate Sea Shanty. Seriously, that's the name. It almost seemed like [...]
GDC Europe 2013's first set of announced talks include lectures on Dontnod's Remember Me, scalability for Double Fine's Broken Age, and insight from streaming game video provider Twitch.tv....
The Humble Double Fine Bundle has crammed in eight more games today, a collection of Double Fine Amnesia Fortnight prototypes - the results of annual internal gamejams at Double Fine. All eight games are Windows PC only, available to...Show More Summary
A week ago, the Humble Double Fine Bundle was announced. For some, it was easy to resist; though the games on the list range from decent to great, fans of the studio already owned most, if not all of the titles. Of course the Humble Bundle people are going to add some more stuff a week in to keep the interest high. Show More Summary
Announced in January as Project Shield, Nvidia's intriguing new handheld now has a price, a June release window, and the promise of Double Fine's Broken Age. Who's ready to spend $350 on a dedicated Android gaming device? Read more....
Double Fine still wants the distribution rights for Stacking and Costume Quest, according to CEO Tim Schafer. Not only that, but he says Double Fine is actively trying to get the rights to other Double Fine games as well. "We're still trying to get the rights to Costume Quest and Stacking," Schafer told Game Informer at the Two5Six conference. Show More Summary
Tim Schafer: 'we can still make more of those games'. Double Fine boss Tim Schafer wants to secure the rights for Stacking, Costume Quest and Brutal Legend - all titles originally developed by the studio. Click here to read the fullShow More Summary
Tim Schafer tells Game Informer that his studio, Double Fine, still is trying to buy back the rights to Stacking and Costume Quest from the dissolved THQ, and also Brütal Legend from EA and Iron Brigade (formerly Trenched) from Microsoft. "We can still make more of those games," he says. Read more...
Double Fine wants to tie up all of the loose ends within its catalog and is seeking the distribution rights to its games formerly published by THQ, Stacking and Costume Quest. Nordic Games picked up the distribution rights to these games...Show More Summary
We're living in a time when the terms "AAA game" and "financial success" seem to practically be mutually exclusive. The list of titles that companies have deemed a commercial failure feels as if it's growing by the day. Due to inability...Show More Summary
Pay what you want for DRM-free copies of four quality adventure and roleplaying games. Available for PC and for the first time Mac and Linux as well. Pay at least $35 and you pre-order Broken Age too. Plus, antioxidants. Link Link 2 Price: $???
The Humble Indie Bundle is back again, with the The Humble Double Fine Bundle: name your price for three DoubleFine games, pay more than the average and get a fourth, pay $35 or more and get backer access to the Broken Age Kickstarter, and at $70, you get a t-shirt, too! It's all DRM-free and [...]
The latest Humble Bundle offers three DRM-free games from Double Fine Productions — Costume Quest, Psychonauts, and Stacking — on a pay-what-you-want basis for Windows PC, Mac, and Linux. Those who pay more than average will also receive a copy of Brutal Legend, and those who pay more than $35 will be counted as backers [...]
I don't want to alarm you, but there's a new Humble Bundle out there, and it might just be my favorite one yet. The Humble Double Fine Bundle, like all previous Humble Bundles, let's you pay what you want for a series of tremendous games. Show More Summary
It's the end of the world as Shepherd knows it, but you'll feel fine with these deals. Read more...
There's a new Humble Bundle and this time it revolves around the work of Tim Schafer's studio Double Fine. Included in the pay-what-you-want bundle are Costume Quest, Psychonauts and Stacking. If you pay over the average - currently $7.90 - then you get Brutal Legend as well. Show More Summary
Humble Bundle yesterday launched a new pay-what-you-want package of games that's more than acceptable, more than just fine, it's Double Fine. I'll explain the amusing pun: for as much or as little as you fancy paying, you can get Double Fine Productions' lovely games Stacking, Costume Quest, Psychonauts. Show More Summary
Heads up, folks, just go ahead and grab your wallet right now. That's because the latest Humble Bundle has arrived, and it includes a number of stellar titles from Double Fine. Here, you can name your own price for Costume Quest, Psychonauts and Stacking, and if you beat the average, you'll also score a copy of Brutal Legend. Show More Summary
Starring Tim Schafer as what can only be described as a game designer version of Dr Steve Brules. The Humble Double Fine Bundle itself is actually a pretty solid collection of games, combining the classic Psychonauts with some of the studio’s more recent work like Stacking and Costume Quest. You like video games, right? Why not check it out. More »