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Three years ago, Tim Schafer raised over $3 million on Kickstarter, and today he’s finally here to deliver what he promised: a Q&A with Kotaku. Read more...
Broken Age just launched on PS4 and Vita, only there's a problem with the handheld version where many folks are reporting that they can't play the game when offline. This is especially odd given that it's a single-player game. As it turns out, this is a bug. Show More Summary
By Heather Sanders May is just moments away. Fine–days away. You are tired. Your kids are tired. You’re doubling up on some lessons and wrapping up others, but every day is a discipline in stick-to-it-ive-ness. You need to lighten up and laugh, or at the least allow for a few interesting distractions. Show More Summary
Broken Age Developed by: Double Fine Productions Published by: Double Fine Productions Available on: Android, Linux, iOS, Mac, Ouya, PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation VitaFrom a distance of almost two years — and a least a couple of...Show More Summary
The long-awaited conclusion to the Broken Age [$9.99] game from Double Fine is finally available. Act 2 has been in the works for a while, after Act 1 released last year for other platforms, and now Act 2 is rolling out across all platforms. This includes iOS, which wasn't immediately clear if it was happening
Double Fine has released the long-awaited followup to their adventure game Broken Age, with the full game now available on both Mac and iPad. The first part of Broken Age debuted last year. It's the latest effort from the folks at Double Fine and Tim Schafer, the designer behind classics such as Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle. Show More Summary
Double Fine finishes its point-and-click rebirth with equal parts genius and frustration.
Double Fine has released the second part of its successfully crowdfunded point-and-click epic, but the road to release has not been easy Continue reading...
Broken Age is finally complete, ending the three year saga of Double Fine Adventure. Broken Age Act 2 released to backers yesterday, 24 hours ahead of its general release on Tuesday, US time. Those who bought the game through Steam after the first half released, or who pick it up now, should find they have […]
PBS Game/Show host Jamin Warren muses on crowdfunding and video games in a recent video in the series. Warren specifically looks at developer Double Fine, Tim Schafer, and the funding and release of Broken Age. In this week’s vlog, Jamin shares his thought on the contract that is formed between the backer of a crowdfunding […]
Arguably no Kickstarter project has embodied the highs and lows of crowdfunding as much as Broken Age—an adventure game by veteran developer Tim Schafer and his studio Double Fine. It raised a record breaking $3.3 million after it appeared on Kickstarter in 2012, but has suffered a turbulent production process ever since. Show More Summary
The second Act of Double Fine's Broken Age arrives, and Shadowrun goes Online.
Double Fine is teaming up with Sumthing Else Music Works.
Editor's note: Broken Age's second and final act is out this week. We reviewed the first act of Tim Schafer and Double Fine's return to adventure games early last year, and found it attractive but a little hollow. "Fans will be forgiven...Show More Summary
Tim Schafer and his team at Double Fine Productions finally release the second act of their eagerly awaited point n’ click resurrection on PC this week, with the complete PlayStation versions hotly in tow. Is it a worthy renaissanceShow More Summary
The second half of Double Fine's amazing adventure is filled with great writing and fantastic puzzles.
This review continues from our impressions of Act 1, which you can read here. Over 15 months ago, Double Fine released the first half of Broken Age and told a captivating and concurring story of two young people coming of age. Vella was facing the end of her life, as the subject of a maiden sacrifice that would save her village. Show More Summary
Double Fine's Broken Age is a great point-and-click adventure revival, but some of its puzzles aren't just difficult---they're unfair. The post Broken Age Brings Back a Classic Feature: Unfair Puzzles appeared first on WIRED.
This week's PlayStation network launches is all about war games and indies, with titles like Risk and Tropico joined by the lovely new paint-and-click adventure game from Double Fine Productions, Broken Age.Click To Continue Reading