Entries in 'double fine' (17)
Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion creator Rob Gilbert has left Double Fine.
Ouya will be the only console to offer Tim Schafer's record-breaking Kickstarter title, Double Fine Adventure.
Reports suggest Tim Schafer's Double Fine Productions may be interested in buying IP in the THQ auction later this month.
Double Fine’s memorable Kickstarter campaign has taught studio founder Tim Schafer that there’s nothing to fear in being open with the development of a game.
Double Fine headman and industry icon Tim Schafer has expressed concern regarding whether small studios will have the chance to succeed on next generation consoles.
Microsoft has announced that mini-game collection Kinect Party will be free to download for a limited period.
Tim Schafer has voiced his issues with the game industry’s revolving door regarding employment.
Veteran game writers Erik Wolpaw and Tim Schafer believe titles that push player-driven experiences such as Minecraft and DayZ are the future of the general gaming medium.
Double Fine is looking to prove their crowdfunding success on Kickstarter was more than a flash in the pan for the studio.
Japanese publisher Sega has teamed up with Ron Gilbert’s Double Fine for its next game – The Cave.
Industry trade body UKIE will publish a report next week outlining how to make crowd funding legal for UK games firms.
Tim Schafer's development studio will release Happy Action Theatre for Xbox Live Arcade next month.
Upcoming XBLA title Trenched has been blocked from release due to a trademark dispute with a board game.
Double Fine has lifted the lid on its newest XBLA project: Trenched.
Tim Schafer has revealed the first of his studio’s four miniature digital titles – following EA’s decision to pull production on a Brutal Legend sequel.