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Double Fine on Fig Success “Psychonauts 2”: The Game Will Not Be Shipping in 2018

Last week, video game developer Double Fine announced that Fig success Psychonauts 2 will not be delivered to backers during its original shipping time. During the crowdfunding campaign, which raised more than $3.8 million in 2015, Double Fine predicted the game would be shipped in the third… Read More

Four Years Later: Last of “Double Fine Adventure” Perks Ship to Kickstarter Backers

Just four years after the hit game, Double Fine Adventures, secured $3,336,371 from 87,142 backers on Kickstarter, Double Fine’s Tim Schafer announced all campaign perks have officially be shipped to backers. Double Fine, which was founded in 2000 by Schafer, has created some of the… Read More

Double Fine’s Tim Schafer Discusses “Psychonaut 2’s” Future During Reddit AMA

Earlier this week, Double Fine boss, Tim Schafer, took to Reddit to discuss the future of the developer’s highly anticipated video game, Psychonauts 2. The game captured $3.8 million through its crowdfunding campaign on Fig. During AMA chat, Schafer stated: “The story for Psychonauts 2 is something… Read More

Double Fine’s Tim Schafer Talks Plot Ideas For Fig Success “Psychonauts 2” (Video)

With less than two hours until its crowdfunding campaign on Fig comes to an end, Double Fine’s highly anticipated video game Psychonauts 2 has successfully secured over $3.7 million from 23,600 backers. The original game follows the story of a young psychic named Razputin in his… Read More

Double Fine’s “Psychonauts 2” Secures Over $3 Million on Fig

Less than one month after launching its crowdfunding campaign on Fig, Double Fine has officially captured its initial $3.3 million from over 18,000 backers for its new game, Psychonauts 2. The description of the new game reads: “The original game follows the story of a young psychic named… Read More

Double Fine Hits Fig to Raise Funds For New Project “Psychonauts 2”

This week, video game developer Double Fine launched a crowdfunding campaign on Fig to raise $3.3 million for its new project, Psychonauts 2.  Back in 2005, Tim Schafer and his team launched the original Psychonauts. Its description reads: “The original game follows the story of a young… Read More

Double Fine’s Tim Schafer: “There’s a bunch of people who hate the idea of what we’re doing”

Late last week, Games Industry International published an interview with DoubleFine’s Tim Schafer that discussed the studio’s recent experiences with Kickstarter at length. It’s an interesting look into the crowdfunding process from the perspective of a company that has raised millions using crowdfunding. Perhaps the most… Read More

Double Fine’s “Broken Age” Hits Steam, Kickstarter Backers Get Early Access

Double Fine Adventure was a bit of a turning point in crowdfunded video games. When Double Fine Productions launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter seeking $400,000 in funding from the crowd, they couldn’t have imagined netting over $3 million. The road wasn’t easy from there… Read More

Kickstarter Darling Double Fine Adventure, Now Broken Age, Releases Part 1 Tomorrow

Tomorrow is a big day in the world of Kickstarter and video games. Double Fine Productions will release part one of Broken Age, the video game previously dubbed Double Fine Adventure. Haven’t shipped a game of my own in 4.5 years, an adventure game in 16, a… Read More

Game Dev American McGee Stands Up For Double Fine

We recently reported on troubles within Double Fine Productions regarding the development of Broken Age, the subject of their first Kickstarter campaign. That campaign was backed to the tune of $3.3 million on a goal of just $400,000. RELATED: Double Fine Out Of Money For ‘Broken… Read More

Double Fine Out Of Money For ‘Broken Age’ Despite Raising Over 800% Of Kickstarter Goal

After raising over $3 million to product ‘Double Fine Adventure,’ Double Fine Productions has now run out of money developing the game, which has since been renamed to Broken Age. The solution? The game will be broken into two parts, the first of which is… Read More

DOUBLE FINE, DOUBLE FUNDED: MASSIVE CHALICE Hits $1 Million Mark

UPDATE: Mission accomplished for Double Fine Productions. The campaign has crossed the $1 million mark. Congratulations to Brad Muir and everyone at Double Fine, and good luck as you work to finish the games and deliver the final product to your backers! Double Fine indeed! MASSIVE… Read More

WATCH: Brad Muir Of Double Fine Productions On Crowdfunding, ‘Massive Chalice’

Brad Muir is leading the campaign for MASSIVE CHALICE, the second game launched by Double Fine Productions on Kickstarter. The campaign will literally be crossing the $1 million mark just about any minute at the time of writing, and Double Fine Productions will become the… Read More

UPDATED: Double Fine Productions Returns To Kickstarter To Fund “MASSIVE CHALICE”

UPDATE: Double Fine Productions does it again. MASSIVE CHALICE has surpassed it’s goal and is on the way to the million dollar mark. Double Fine Productions can now boast being one of the few people or companies to have two successful six-figure crowdfunding campaigns under their… Read More

Torment crowdfunding total surpasses Double Fine Adventure

With three days left, developer InXile Entertainment’s Torment Kickstarter surpasses Double Fine Adventure’s crowdfunding total. Is Obsidian Entertainment’s Project Eternity next? Torment: Tides of Numenera has more than 61,000 backers for a total pledge amount just short of $3,370,000. That’s more than Double Fine’s $3,336,371… Read More

Developers should ‘think like a fan,’ be transparent when pitching on Kickstarter, says Double Fine producer

  Indie developers looking to launch projects for crowdfunding on Kickstarter should “think like a fan,” altering their mindset and tailoring pitches to best inform their gaming audience, according to Double Fine Productions producer Greg Rice.   Speaking in panel today at the 2013 Game… Read More

Scopely announces first five developer partners, adding Double Fine and others to publishing platform

Two months ago LA game publisher and distribution platform Scopely finally pulled the curtain back to reveal what it’s been building with the $8.5 million it raised since July 2011. The vision was, not surprisingly, bigger than its “with Buddies” franchise of mobile games, despite… Read More

Travail Doubles Goal For Two Minnesota Fine Dining Restaurants

Travail is an innovative fine dining restaurant in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. Response to the restaurant has been so positive that the establishment quickly outgrew its original digs. Now the four-man team behind Travail has taken to Kickstarter to fund kitchen equipment for their new location, and… Read More

Siacoin Makers Settle with SEC, Pay $225K Fine for Issuing Unregistered Securities

Without admitting or denying anything, Nebulous, a company that raised $120,000 USD in two early-days digital token sales, has settled with the SEC and agreed to pay approximately $225,000 USD in disgorgements and penalties. Nebulous maintains the Sia Network, a “decentralized cloud storage platform…more robust… Read More

Trader: Bitfinex AMPL IEO “Unstable” and a “Get Rich Scheme”

A trader at Maple Leaf Capital has taken to Twitter to present an unflattering analysis of the Bitfinex crypto trading platform’s 1st IEO (Initial Exchange Offering) token “Ampleforth” (AMPL). (0) This will be a thread about Bitfinex’s 1st ieo – Ampleforth $AMPL. Whilst with a… Read More

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