Double Fine's Adventure Game Will be DRM-Free, Available on PC, Mac & Mobile

Because you all gave Tim Schafer and his Double Fine studio so much damn money, their upcoming old-school adventure is going to be a little bigger than first planned.

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It's going to be available on Windows, Mac and Linux. It's also shooting for iPhone and (certain compatible) Android devices. It's going to have voice. It's going to be translated into French, Italian, German and Spanish. There's going to be a closed beta on Steam for backers of the Kickstarter project.

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Best part? Shafer says that, for those who like it, there'll be DRM-free versions made available for Kickstarter backers.

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bluebeard
Architeuthis Ex Machïna

I'll say it again- they need to make more than 1 game. $300,000 was the goal for one game, with the extra $100,000 for the documentary. I don't know why we are paying for a documentary, but whatever. They are at $1.8 million with 26 days to go- they will easily break 7 times the amount they needed for one game, which means more than enough money for 2 high quality games.

And what's with the lack of XBLA/PSN release? Wasn't that the initial plan? They sure as hell can afford it now.