The best PC games ever The best PC games of 2018 so far Best graphics card 2018 Best free games Artifact guide Fallout 76 guide

Posts tagged “Double Fine Adventure”

The Final Episode Of Double Fine Adventure! Is Out

Games are strange in that they're a medium that inspires devotion but even the most feverish fans often know little about how they're made. Most efforts to explicate the process are also often hamstrung by the marketing need to put on a good face or by the details being delivered long after the fact by developer's whose memories have faded. Double Fine Adventure is different.…

Tagged with , , , , .

Double Fine Releasing Broken Age Act 2 On April 28th

Imagine the comedic potential of the second half of something called Broken Age [official site] coming out. Something about how it's fixed. Jokes about superglue. Jibes about Double Fine being 'butterfingers' warning them not to drop it again. You could reference Atomic Kitten's Whole Again or Coldplay's Fix You [no links, not now, not ever -ed.]. Endlessly entertaining. At the end of the day, all…

Tagged with , , .

18-Part Double Fine Documentary Goes Free

Depending on who you ask, the first Double Fine Kickstarter was for an underwhelming adventure game which snaffled up far more money than it needed, or it was for a fascinating warts and all insight into the making of a high profile videogame which at the very least tried to reach for the stars. I'm not sure either stance is particularly accurate - i.e. given…

Tagged with , , , .

Aaaaaages: Broken Age Act 2 Delayed Till Early 2015

Broken Age has long blown past its originally projected release date, but the documentary series available to backers continues to be a regular and excellent thing. Each episode goes into the development process in great detail - and in doing so, telegraphs news like this long in advance: Act 2 of the adventure game has slipped from the end of the year and into early…

Tagged with , , , .

Broken Age Comes Out Today: Are You Going To Buy It?

Today is likely to be one of the most interesting days for Kickstarter watchers. Broken Age, the adventure game that made the crowdfunding format a gaming household name, is out on sale today. Right now, in fact. So the question that's left to be answered is: how many people are there who are interested in buying it, who weren't interested in funding it?

Tagged with , , , .

Feature: Coming Of Age

Hands On: Broken Age

It's finally here. Well, if you were a backer. After almost two years since Tim Schafer kickstarted Kickstarter as one of the primary tools for funding independent videogame development, the Double Fine Adventure, Broken Age, is in players' hands. With $3.3m raised, from 90,000 backers, and a year and a half more development than they planned, the first point and click adventure Schafer has made…

Tagged with , , , , , .

Double Fine’s Broken Age Receives Trailerage

Double Fine must be celebrating their crowdfunded adventure game's birthday, or some other sort of coming-of-Broken-Age event, because the game has received lots of gifts this week. First it was an actual name and a website, and now there's a trailer. Lucky Broken Age! Nobody has ever made a trailer about me and I've had more birthdays than I care to remember. This is my…

Tagged with , , .

The Double Fine Adventure Has A Name: Broken Age

The Double Fine Adventure has a name and a website. It's called Broken Age, which strikes me as a decent moniker, although I've already started reading it as one word, rendering it all but meaningless. "The toaster is not working. It is suffering from severe brokenage." Broken Age is a point and click adventure and it has two protagonists, both of whom are presumably playable.…

Tagged with , , .

Kickstarter ♥ Games: $50 Million Raised In Six Months

I suppose we all knew this deep down, but it's startling to see it laid out in pretty graphs: 2012 has seen a massive, massive increase on games funding through Kickstarter. Eye wateringly huge. In six short months they have exploded from the eighth most-funded category in Kickstarter history to the second most-funded, and the first-most funded category of the year, having raised a staggering…

Tagged with , , , , .

Double Fine Adventure Documentary Is An Aching Grin

I feel like uplifting documentaries may be the secret cure for all of societies greatest ills. This goes double, for some reason, when independent game developers are involved. Minecraft's proof-of-concept made me feel like I, too, could single-handedly build a blocky bridge between Sweden and the rest of the world, and Indie Game: The Movie will probably be used to bring Sylvester Stallone back from the…

Tagged with , , .