Double Fine founder Tim Schafer sees quite a few similarities between Children's Television Workshop, the folks responsible for Sesame Street, and his own studio.
We've previewed Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster before, so I'll just give you the high-level overview of what it's all about. It's a story book brought to life, where two players enter a magical world of good-natured monsters, each of which is struck with a little problem. Using Kinect, players engage in a series of what are essentially mini-games as they assist the friendly creatures with their plight.
|2:45 PM on 05.07.2013|
Double Fine bundles Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, and more
Over the next two weeks, the Humble Double Fine Bundle will offer pay-what-you-want pricing for three games worth checking out: Psychonauts, Stacking, and Costume Quest. The next tier up, accessed by paying more than the ave...more
|4:30 PM on 04.05.2013|
Play as Tim Schafer in Host Master Deux
Host Master Deux: Quest for Identity is a free, browser based sequel to 2009's Host Master. Once again, the player must help Double Fine founder Tim Schafer bumble his way through preparing for the GDC Awards. It may be the c...more
|11:15 AM on 03.28.2013|
Broken Age: Double Fine Adventure gets teaser trailer
Remember when Double Fine asked for some money ($400k) on Kickstarter to make an old-school, point and click adventure game and the gaming collective at large responded with $3.3 million in funding money thereby monumentally...more