After a year of hope and speculation, GamesBeat has learned that Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson will no longer personally finance a sequel to Double Fine's much-loved action-platformer, Psychonauts.
The Psychonauts designer will act as the charity events master of ceremonies.
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Double Fine's new iOS game will let you act out your most boring superhero fantasies...but in a fun way.
The fifth incarnation of the Humble Indie Bundle, a pay-what-you-want collection of games that sends a portion of its proceeds to charity, has received $4 million dollars in contributions during its first week.
The Humble Indie Bundle, the pay-what-you-want indie-gamestravaganza, is back with its fifth offering, and this one includes its highest-profile titles to date.
Double Fine’s Tim Schafer has been fielding questions for years about a potential followup to his much-loved 2005 3D platform game Psychonauts. Buzz about a sequel grew even louder earlier this month when Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson expressed an interest in funding the project on Twitter. During a recent interview with VentureBeat, however, Schafer said there’s still a lot of stuff that needs to be worked out first.
Tim Schafer has changed the rules for funding major game projects. Now he is making good on his promise to communicate status updates directly to his fan base.
After collecting more than $1.8 million in crowd-sourced Kickstarter funding for a …