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These are the four winning games of Amnesia Fortnight


6:00 PM on 02.18.2014



Before Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight, "The only way [other people] would become project lead was if I died, and I didn't want to die. Or be killed," said CEO Tim Schafer.

The game jam is back this year and as voted by people like you, four pitches are moving forward into production over the next two weeks. Those are: Dear Leader by Anna Kipnis, Mnemonic by Derek Brand, Steed by John Bernhelm, and Little Pink Best Buds by Pendleton Ward.

2 Player Productions is documenting the development of these games, as shown above, and there are also livestreams. Skip to 17:45 for in-depth pitches of the winners. Although voting has closed, you can still spend a little to get five game prototypes from 2012 and the four aforementioned prototypes from this current Amnesia Fortnight once those are completed.






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