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Double Fine reveals the Amnesia Fortnight Special Edition


6:15 PM on 02.01.2013



Remember Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight game jam, that lead to the prototypes of many of their successful games? In 2012 a digital collection of those prototypes was created, but now, you can get your hands on a physical copy as well, straight from the Double Fine's website.

You'll get the five Amnesia Fortnight prototype games: Autonomous, Black Lake, Hack N' Slash, Spacebase DF-9, and The White Birch.

You'll also snag a few bonuses as well, like prototypes for Brazen, Costume Quest, and Happy Song, along with a soundtrack and documentaries. It's available as a Steam/DRM-free download for $9.99, and as a physical copy for $30, among pricier options.






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