Three years ago, Tim Schafer raised over $3 million on Kickstarter, and today he’s finally here to deliver what he promised: a Q&A with Kotaku.

Also he made some adventure game that came out in full this week.

If you’re not familiar with Schafer, you’re probably familiar with the games he’s helped make, which include the first two Monkey Island games and Full Throttle, among many other LucasArts adventures including Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango. In 2000, Schafer left Lucas to found a new studio called Double Fine, where he’s led design on Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, and many other games both big and small.

Fifteen years later, Schafer remains CEO and president of Double Fine, a role he fills in between writing dialogue and puzzles for their most recent game, the excellent Broken Age. He’s also the star of the Double Fine documentary, an excellent behind-the-scenes look at the company that gives a whole lot of insight into the development process and how Double Fine does things. (You can watch it all on YouTube.)

Today on Kotaku Asks, Schafer’s here to answer your questions. He’ll be here for an hour or so starting at 3pm ET. Ask whatever you’d like.

UPDATE: And we’re done. Special thanks to Tim for coming and answering questions today.

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