Double Fine has announced it is bringing its 2009 console action-adventure game Brütal Legend to the PC via Steam, and people who pre-order the game can start playing the multiplayer beta version.
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Microsoft has just released the Kinect Party game for Xbox 360 owners to download for free. However, the free offer for party game from developer Double Fine will end when 2012 ends.
Sega has announced it will publish The Cave, a side-scrolling adventure game from creator Ron Gilbert and developer Double Fine, in early 2013 via digital download.
Double Fine, which raised over $3 million via Kickstarter for its upcoming adventure game, has now launched a PayPal account to let other people contribute to the game's development.
The crowd funding website Kickstarter could see as much as $300 million in funding in 2012, triple what it did in 2011, thanks in part to some very high profile projects.
The success of the Double Fine and Wasteland 2 Kickstarter campaigns means we will see more games use this service. We have a few suggestions for game franchises we would like to revive by Kickstarter
The Double Fine point-and-click adventure game Kickstarter fund raiser has ended with a massive $3.3 million pledged for the project. Meanwhile, inXile has started the Wasteland Kickstarter event.
The Kickstarter program begun by Double Fine to fund development of a point-and-click adventure game is nearing its end, but not without raising over $2.7 million.
Kickstarter, the online fund raising web site, had a project for an upcoming adventure game that went from $0 to over $1 million today less than 24 hours after the project went live.