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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.
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.
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.
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.
Sega and Double Fine Productions decided to show off their collaboration The Cave this weekend. A bundle of screenshots introduces many of the diverse playable characters at players' disposal.
The official debut trailer for Ron Gilbert's The Cave, which is being developed by Double Fine Studios and published by Sega, gives gamers a fairly good look at the side-scrolling adventure title that seems to be a throwback to the days of games like The Neverhood and Heart of Darkness.
The first video footage of Tim Schafer and Double Fine Production's KickStarter funded adventure game title had gone online for a short bit but was quickly pulled about as fast as it went up. Still, someone managed to grab a quick snapshot before the whole thing was pulled.
Kicking it up on KickStarter is not a guaranteed success when it comes to video game production. Some projects get through, others do not. However, Double Fine Production's Tim Schafer shares a few tips on how to always guarantee success from KickStarter with five easy-to-follow tips.
Tim Schafer let some images loose on the progress he's making on the KickStarter program and exactly where the money is going...you might be a little bit surprised once you see the images for yourself.
Double Fine's adventure game Stacking, previously released on the Xbox 360 and PS3, arrived on the PC today. Steam is offering a discount on the game to celebrate its release.
Those few thousand Psychonauts fans out there may have a reason to rejoice, it appears Mike "Notch" Persson from Mojang, the indie studio that created MineCraft, is willing to back Tim Schafer and Double Fine Productions for a Psychonauts 2 and he's $13 million dollars serious about it, too.
For people who didn't know that video games can be expensive to make, Tim Schafer breaks it down and gives out a few details on just how much some of your favorite titles cost to produce.
Tim Schafer has carved himself out a nice little niche in the gaming circles as a guy who carves himself out a nice little non-classifiable niche in the gaming market. Schafer's games have all become renown for being unique, and infamous for being poor blockbuster releases. Well, the Schafmaster is at it again, this time he talks about why publishers are so afraid of new IP.
Double Fine's adventure/puzzle game Stacking is expanding beyond its console roots. Double Fine Productions revealed this week that they're developing a PC version of the downloadable title.
Costume Quest arrived on a new platform today just in time for Halloween. You can now purchase the adventure RPG through Steam for $14.99.