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Snooping brought Grim Fandango to PS4 & Vita

One of the most pleasant surprises at E3 2014 was the announcement that LucasArts' beloved adventure game Grim Fandango is coming to PS4 and Vita. How did it happen? PlayStation VP of Publisher Relations Adam Boyes explains it all came about when the game's original project leader, Tim...

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Broken Age delivers a classic adventure to iPad owners

If your iPad is sorely lacking in classically-styled adventure games from the man who spent the 1990s defining what that term means, you'll be pleased to learn that Double Fine's Broken Age is now available on Apple's svelte tablet. Like all adventure games that list Tim Schafer in the...

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Massive Chalice runneth over onto Xbox One

Massive Chalice, Double Fine's turn-based strategy game, is coming to Xbox One as a console exclusive in early 2015. The added Xbox One launch will not impact the game's scheduled PC release – for Kickstarter backers first. "We thought we'd kick out a quick update to clear up any confusion...

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Grim Fandango resurrected for PS4, Vita [Update: trailer]

Double Fine will bring its cult classic adventure game Grim Fandango back from the dead for PS4 and Vita, Sony announced during its E3 2014 press conference today. The remastered game is exclusive to the PlayStation platforms....

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Costume Quest 2 knocking on current-gen, last-gen doors

Double Fine released the first screenshots of Costume Quest 2 this week, and the studio also revealed the platforms it's questing on. The sweet-toothed sequel is officially coming to PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3, Windows PC, Mac and Linux "in time for Halloween." Costume Quest 2 features...

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Double Fine's Broken Age now on Ouya

Double Fine's adventure game Broken Age is now available on the Ouya microconsole, bringing two of Kickstarter's highest-earning gaming projects together at last in holy crowdfunded union. Broken Age earned over $3.3 million when it turned to Kickstarter's crowdfunding platform for support,...

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Tim Schafer revisits Day of the Tentacle

Development studio Double Fine made a lot of money back in 2012 when it ran a Kickstarter campaign to fund a traditional point-and-click adventure game which would go on to be called Broken Age - but then, you already knew that, right? What you may not have known is that, as part of that...

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Last Life's first episode, voice acting funded on Kickstarter

Now that sci-fi noir adventure Last Life is funded on Kickstarter, players will be able to investigate the murder of protagonist Jack Parker on PC, Mac and Linux sometime next year. Yes, Jack is still the protagonist despite being murdered - using a freshly 3D-printed body initially made for an...

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Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash GOTO Steam, PRINT now

Hackers of the world unite, 'cos Double Fine's Hack 'n' Slash is available now on Steam Early Access. It'll cost you $20 to hack the planet early, or $25 if you want the soundtrack too. The Early Access game may star a familiar-looking elf hero and his sprite friend, but Hack 'n' Slash looks...

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Humble Mobile Bundle 5 explores The Room 2, The Cave, and more

Humble Bundle is back with another serving of high-profile Android games, featuring Double Fine's The Cave, Fireproof Games' The Room 2 and other standout apps in the newly launched Humble Mobile Bundle 5. Pay at least $1 and you'll get Crescent Moon Games' action-RPG Aralon: Sword and Shadow,...

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