Double Fine Amnesia Fortnight box set available

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By on February 2, 2013 at 11:51 am

If you contributed to Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight initiative, you probably own all the resulting prototypes already. But if you missed out, or you’re looking for something to fill a distressing gap in your game shelf, there are a couple of options available on the Double Fine store.

You could just pick up a US$10 package containing the five prototypes, but if you like boxed sets, there’s a two-disc physical release available for US$30 plus shipping. Bump your purchase up to $45 to score a slip cover for one game autographed by its project lead, or go all out at $75 for all five autographs.

Whichever package you pick up, you’ll also get downloadable copies of Autonomous, Black Lake, Hack ‘n’ Slash, Spacebase DF-9 and The White Birch, as well as a soundtrack, the 2 Player Productions documentary on Amnesia Fortnight and prototype versions of Brazen, Costume Quest and Happy Song. More information is available direct from Double Fine.

Source: Joystiq

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kinistoniscool

great deal, great games!

 
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