Now that work is done on The Cave, designer Ron Gilbert is moving on from Double Fine Productions.
The Cave can grant you your heart's desire, if you're brave enough to face its threadbare story and tedious backtracking.
Underground carnies sounds like something from our nightmares, but it actually makes for a somewhat enjoyable adventure game.
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Adventure game grandfathers Tim Schafer (Grim Fandango, Full Throttle) and Ron Gilbert (Maniac Mansion, Monkey Island) recently held a special media event at Double Fine Productions' San Francisco headquarters to unveil the developer's latest offering: The Cave.
Updated at 4:30pm PST for record $1 million amount.
Earlier this week, crowd-funding site Kickstarter set a new record when the Elevation iPhone Dock became the first project to close in on the $1 million dollar mark. But that milestone …
Update: Double Fine Adventure collects over $680,000 within first day
As of 9 a.m. PST, more than 16,000 backers had pledged a total of $686,000 to the project (way over the $400,000 goal). Double Fine Productions mentioned that additional funds …