Double Fine Raises More Than $1M In Donations But It Won’t Change Anything

If you’re even the least bit connected to the gaming world, chances are that by now you’ve heard about Double Fine‘s overnight success story in which they were able to raise more than $1,000,000 in donations to fund an upcoming point-and-click adventure game. Double Fine, an independent development studio founded by industry demigod Tim Schafer, is renowned for their charming video games and their rabidly devout fan base. Through the services of Kickstarter, a crowdfunding launching platform for prospective creative endeavors, Double Fine began their 34-day campaign and estimated that they’d need $400,000 to develop their new game.

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TopDudeMan2233d ago

I honestly can't say I'm a fan of their games, to be honest. They have clever ideas, but I just don't like their games.

NewMonday2232d ago

the great games were things like Grim Fandango and Full Throttle, this is what the donations will help make again.

Twilightx72233d ago

The negativity and pessimism in this article is a large part of what's wrong with this industry right now.

ReservoirDog3162232d ago

Haha, whatever they have to say or not, the happenings at DF lately have been the stuff of fairy tales. Good for them.