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Amnesia Fortnight

By on January 9, 2013 at 3:27 pm

Once a year, Double Fine shuts down for two weeks and enters “Amnesia Fortnight”, where they jam together on whatever games they’d like to make, knocking together concepts and prototypes as quickly as possible. Some of the company’s greatest successes including games like Stacking and Costume Quest have come from these jams — but this year, things were different. If you donated to the Humble Bundle, you could vote on the game’s they would make, and get to play the prototypes. James Pinnell has done just that, and returns filled with excitement at the possibilities.

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