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Watch the full Double Fine Adventure documentary for free

2 Player Productions has been following Psychonauts maker Double Fine for years now. Its documentary, Double Fine Adventure, tracked the crowdfunding and creation of Broken Age with exceptional depth. The twentieth and final installment is...

 
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Broken Age has 'just about' broken even for Double Fine

Broken Age was one of the early successes of Kickstarter, managing to raise $3.3 million of a $400,000 goal. It took a while between the two parts of the game, but eventually Double Fine made good on their promise and Broken Age was release...

 
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Broken Age Act 2 will be ready for you on April 28

Double Fine has settled on April 28, 2015 as the release date for Broken Age Act 2 on PC and Broken Age (both acts) on PS4 and PS Vita. European console players have to wait a day. There's Cross-Buy on PlayStation, and saves are compatible ...

 
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The wonderful Double Fine Adventure documentary is going free

Folks who helped crowdfund Broken Age have gotten an up-close look at how Double Fine operates thanks to episodic videos chronicling development of the adventure game. With 18 episodes down, 2 Player Productions has produced hours upon hou...

 
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Broken Age to get retail release in Spring 2015

Today, Double Fine and Nordic Games announced a retail version of Broken Age, the Tim Schafer-led adventure game funded through Kickstarter. The boxed copy will launch alongside Broken Age: Act 2 in Spring 2015 for PC, Mac, and Linux, and w...

 
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Broken Age coming to PS4, Vita alongside Act 2 PC release

Rounding out the trend of Double Fine games coming to Sony's consoles just short of Massive Chalice, which you should all be playing, is Broken Age. It began as the Double Fine Adventure Kickstarter that exploded, the first act came out al...

 
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Broken Age Act 2 is coming out in 2015 now

On one hand, I don't think Double Fine really did anything subversive with their Kickstarter for Broken Age. Announced as Double Fine Adventure, the game naturally grew into something more expensive after it blew past its goal, and did...

 
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You can play Broken Age now on your iPad

Double Fine's latest adventure game Broken Age has made its way to the iPad, and it's just as gorgeous as a mobile game as it was upon its original release. It's split up into two releases, and right now, you can catch Broken Age Act 1 ava...

 
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Double Fine has enough funds for Broken Age Act II

I think the question that most people asked themselves when they finished Broken Age Act I was "Okay, so when am I going to get to play Act II?" The more pressing concern was "Will there be an Act II?" but thankfully Double Fine's Tim Schaf...

 
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Very Quick Tips: Broken Age Episode One

Double Fine just released part one of Broken Age to Kickstarter backers this week, and it's a big deal for multiple reasons. Not only is the game highly anticipated, but the Kickstarter itself was full of fanfare and controversy, mostl...

 
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You can buy Broken Age's soundtrack bundled with the game

Maybe you didn't back Double Fine's famous Broken Age Kickstarter because it had already made more money than you're ever going to make in your life. That's okay. Assuming you still want to play it -- why wouldn't you? -- it's available fo...

 
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How to enable 'retro' visuals in Broken Age

In an homage to the classic adventure games which came before it, Broken Age features a hidden visual mode that gives a sense of what the title might have looked like back in the golden age of the genre. The above video shows how to a...

 
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First act of Broken Age hits Steam on January 28

It's been a longer-than-expected wait for Double Fine's Broken Age, but it's nearly ready. Well, part of it. The first act of the Kickstarter-funded adventure title releases on January 28, 2014 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, with iOS, Androi...

 
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Broken Age Part One releasing for backers this week

The most successful videogame Kickstarter in history is about to land in the hands of those who made it happen this coming week. The first part of Double Fine's Broken Age will become available for backers on Tuesday, January 14. Backe...

 
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Elijah Wood joins the Broken Age voice cast

We're strapped in for this whole VGX thing and oddly enough, one of the better parts has been an extended look at Broken Age, Double Fine's Kickstarter-funded adventure game. CEO Tim Schafer stopped by to reveal another voice actor for the ...

 
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Wil Wheaton joins the cast of Double Fine's Broken Age

The man who has forever cast a dark stigma on my name, Wil Wheaton, has joined the cast of Double Fine's upcoming point-and-click adventure game Broken Age. Picking up the axe as Cutis the Lumberjack, a character brought back to the game l...

 
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Pendleton Ward joins the voice cast of Broken Age

Hot off the heels of Day of the Devs, a video was posted on Double Fine's YouTube account today announcing -- and showing proof! -- that Pendleton Ward (best known as the creator of Adventure Time) will be lending his voice to Broken ...

 
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Double Fine taking Broken Age to Steam Early Access

In an update issued to backers of Broken Age, Double Fine CEO Tim Schafer explains that he's designed too much game for the studio to be able to stay on a reasonable schedule. Recent estimates put the first half of the point-and-click adven...

 
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Humble Double Fine Bundle adds a bunch of prototype games

A week ago, the Humble Double Fine Bundle was announced. For some, it was easy to resist; though the games on the list range from decent to great, fans of the studio already owned most, if not all of the titles. Of course the Humble Bundle...

 
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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 shifting the g...

 
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PAX: Double Fine's adventure game is called Broken Age

From now on, Double Fine Adventure will be known as Broken Age. At PAX East, the new title for Double Fine's massively successful Kickstarter project was announced. The point-and-click adventure game revolves around a spaceship-bound boy an...

 

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