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Double Fine Retrieves The Rights To Costume Quest, Stacking
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.
The Cave Released On iOS
Double Fine Productions' puzzle adventure game The Cave is coming to the App Store today. The game, brainchild of Maniac Mansion designer Ron Gilbert, can be downloaded for $4.99 / £2.99/ €4.49 to you iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
Double Fine's Broken Age Cast Includes Jack Black, Jennifer Hale
Double Fine has announced the voice talent for their upcoming adventure Broken Age. They've managed to assemble an impressive cast of actors that worked on many of their previous titles including Brutal Legend and Psychonauts.
Double Fine's Massive Chalice Reaches Kickstarter Goal
The Kickstarter campaign for Double Fine Productions' Massive Chalice drew to a close today. Backers gave over $1.2 million to the PC/Mac/Linux strategy, putting it well above the initial goal of $725,000.
Double Fine Announces Massive Chalice
Today Double Fine Productions revealed that they're working on a turn-based, medieval strategy game called Massive Chalice. Like their previously announced title Broken Age, Massive Chalice will be funded through a Kickstarter campaign.
Broken Age Is Double Fine Adventure, First Image Released
Double Fine Productions revealed the first details on their Kickstarter-funded adventure game this weekend. Broken Age will be released later this year on PC, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.
Brutal Legend Coming To PC, Multiplayer Beta Launches
Double Fine Productions' heavy metal adventure Brutal Legend will be making its way to the PC soon. If you pre-purchase the game, you can start playing the beta version right away.
The Cave Character Figurines Now On Sale
If you've played Double Fine Productions' adventure game The Cave, you may have a favorite character or two. Double Fine is now giving you a chance to show your affection for these characters. The company is selling vinyl figurines of the cast at their website.
The Cave Review: Afternoon Delight
In The Cave, a motley group of travelers explore a mysterious network of caverns. Each character has a different reason for this expedition. The Cave's players have diverse goals as well. Some of you are fans of Double Fine Productions' other quirky adventure games. Some of you are hankering for a good XBLA puzzle game in the mold of Limbo or Braid. Others are simply looking for something short to tide them over until the bigger new releases of this season arrive. The Cave has something to offer each of these groups.
The Cave Introduces More Characters In New Trailer
The talking geological structure, The Cave, has returned, intent on being a good host by introducing the second and final batch of characters players will take control of when Double Fine’s new game hits virtual markets early next year.
Super Hero Strategy Middle Manager Of Justice Is Free On App Store
Double Fine Productions' latest iPad and iPhone game won't let you become a super hero. Instead, Middle Manager of Justice puts you in the role of a Justice Corp. supervisor who has to train the latest generation of super heroes.
Kinect Party Arrives Dec. 18 For Free
Double Fine's latest diabolical creation, Kinect Party, is about to dubstep its way into your family's living room, bringing 36 altered reality mini-games to the Xbox 360 Kinect on Dec. 18. for free. Yes, free.
The Cave Introduces Characters In New Trailer
Double Fine's latest game, The Cave, looks to mix dark humor with glorious puzzles and exciting exploration in early 2013 and, thanks to the newly released character reveal trailer, we can now get to know a few of the playable characters who will be braving the depths of a talking geological structure. Yes, the cave talks.