In his capacity as the illustrious guest on the latest episode of the Playstation Blogcast, Tim discusses all kinds of topical Double Fine things, including Broken Age, Grim Fandango, and his favorite text adventure game.
And there's a shoutout for Spaff as well!
Nice. After releasing LucasArts games in batches up until now, GOG has abruptly put out a single game today, but it's a good 'un: Afterlife, Mike Stemmle's satirical, overly-complicated but very much underrated take on SimCity that assigns you the task of managing Heaven and Hell for the denizens of a planet called The Planet.
Missed out on the game back in 1996 like some sort of uncultured hick? You need only fork over $5.99 to join the prestigious group of folks who have played Afterlife. Don't forget to type "SAMNMAX" (caps necessary) three times for the lagomorph's obligatory cameo.
Go get it.
But still, it's nice to see Spaff is still working.
Tim sort of recently announced that our very own forefather James "Spaff" Spafford has joined Double Fine to be Community Manager, meaning he'll be banning people for bad behavior the same way Remi bans people here for failing to pay him not to. Dude's clearly been busy, so it's no wonder he hasn't been able to help us regain access to the Mojo domain.
But no, Spaff, seriously. We need access to our domain. :~
Brian Moriarty's postmortem on LOOM that he presented at GDC 2015 is now available to view in the GDC vault.
Our very own curator of all things cut and changed from LucasArts and Sierra games, ATMachine, has captured three of the images from the video and corrected the aspect ratio (as the images in the presentation were cropped, meaning the original rooms must have been even wider). He has presented them to you in the most authentic manner possible.
These images are from lost rooms in Crystalgard. They include an alternate shot of the outside of Crystalgard, the hall of mirrors with the Chromax Conundrum, and the infamous lost room with the three sandglasses.