This is a wildly insignificant issue and I'm sure you guys are done fixing those for DOTT, but I wanted to put it out there just in case.
After giving Dr. Fred decaf, I walked in on him opening the safe in the office and the safe-opening Steam achievement popped! (Rap Sheet: Yegg)2 votes
The screen flickers green and yellow all the time, just making the game really ugly. Overall the game is playable but visually a mess now. I don’t know what other devices are effected but this what I have :
Nov 2013 · 2048 x 1536 · iOS · Wi-Fi Only · Apple · 16 oz · 32 GB
iOS 11.0.22 votes
Noticed another missing cutscene in the latest Steam version of Broken Age. In Act 2, when you exit the helmet in Mom's control room, it shows Vella entering the room from the door. Previously, the cutscene was the helmet rising back to the ceiling, and Vella's hair being helmet-shaped the first time you use it.
It's a cosmetic thing rather that something that affects puzzle-solving, but even my nephews noticed and questioned it.1 vote
Hey guys. the game doesn't downloading from AppStore. I've tried for two days and there's still some kind of trouble with it.(1 vote
After the second start sound disappear!1 vote
Hi! I bought DOTT for iPhone, but the program doesn't start. I am running IOS 11 public beta 3.2 votes
Can you please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org? We’d like more details about your device model and what exactly happens when you try to launch the game.
I would love to see The Dig Remastered. It was one of my favorite Lucas Arts Point and Click games ever.
The Dig Remastered.2 votes
Yeah that game was cool! Let Lucasfilm Games know that you want to see it remastered!
Your games page desperately needs updating. Full Throttle has been avaiable for months now and the page is misleading. The same lack of "curentness" went for Day of the Tentacle, previously.
Possibility to use IOS thinnin techniques by loadin on demand resources based on game progress in older IOS devices with only 16GB it is almost impossible to download1 vote
Here's a bug I noticed in the latest version on Steam that I'm sure wasn't there before - and it makes a particular puzzle more confusing:
Act 2, Vella uses the little tube to make the panels come out of the wall. Vella says "I have a good feeling about this one" with the wrong panel, and for the right panel there's no line from Vella and no cutaway animation to show it has come out of the wall, you'd have to get out of the tube-connecting screen to see.1 vote
We’ll check this out!
Please make a part two with more map sections and more enemy/player classes!1 vote
Thanks for your support! We have no plans for a sequel at this time but if we get the chance to make one someday it’s be fun.
Still salty for missing the deadline on Fig... that was fine until I heard the stuff is more complicated because of the whole investor stuff .____.2 votes
We’re looking into the possibility of slacker backers!
Gotta say, I have been a HUGE fan and supporter of Double FIne since the very early days and on top of buying games, I have purchased just about every T-shirt, poster and memorbilia you have released through your store, but I have to admit that your lack of Xbox support is extremly troublesome. I can understand companies like Sony and MS buying exclusivity windows for titles, but for a 3rd party company like Double Fine, one that has supported Xbox in the past, to just give Xbox supporters the shaft when it comes to all of the remastered point and click adventure games....well, that to me just makes no sense at all. I dont know what has happened behind the scenes that has made you want to support Sony more than MS, but those are just the companies. Its the gamers of the world that make those companies, and yours, successul so whatever beef you have with MS, its not just hurting MS but also the gamers that support Xbox, many of which have supported your company many times in the past.
Well, after hearing about another popular point and click adventure being remastered, that being Burning Throttle, and once again it only coming to PS4 on the console side...well, its time to start voicing my displeasure with my wallet. I actually just checked out your store page and there is a new T-shirt I would have ordered in a hearteat. I passed and will continue to pass on those kinds of purchases until Double Fine starts supporting both consoles on even ground. I'll still buy the games as they are still coming to PC, but I prefer consoles and where in days past I purchased all of your games within the first week at 100% ful price, I will now wait until I can get your games for $2-$3 via a bundle or big Steam sale.
Sorry, but as consumers we have only 2 ways to voice our displeasure with a company. First is emailing them and letting them know your not happy, but this is a highly ineffective method as you guys most likely read those kinds of emails and then just toss them in the trash, if you even read them at all. The 2nd method is the only method that can actually effect the company and that's voting with your wallet so that is what I will have to do.
I grew up playing all of those classic point and click adventures as I was born in 1971 so I am really a part of the first generation of gamers. The point and click adventure games were some of the most memorable of all the games I played growing up so the fact that your bringing these masterpieces to PS4, while basically giving the finger to XBox suporters is just extremely disheartening. One would think as 3rd party company you would want to support as many platforms as possible. Again, I don't know what happened between you and MS, but again the people your really hurting arent MS emplyeee's, its the gamers who play on Xbox consoles. And I take that personally given how much I have spported your company in the past. Honestly, I must have spent over $500 on T-shirts alone.
I sincerely hope you change your policy in regards to Xbox support as there is nothing I would love more than to get back to enjoying and supporting your company like I have for so many years, but that just isn't goint to happen as long as you leave Xbox out of the loop with these kinds of releases. Again, I'll still buy the games as I am just way too big of a fan of those games not to buy them. I will simply wait like I did with Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle and buy them when they are like 75% off as opposed to paying full price.
Gotta say, I have been a HUGE fan and supporter of Double FIne since the very early days and on top of buying games, I have purchased just about every T-shirt, poster and memorbilia you have released through your store, but I have to admit that your lack of Xbox support is extremly troublesome. I can understand companies like Sony and MS buying exclusivity windows for titles, but for a 3rd party company like Double Fine, one that has supported Xbox in the past, to just give Xbox supporters the shaft when it comes to all of the remastered point…1 vote
Thanks for your feedback! We understand that it’s frustrating when a game is not available on a particular platform, and as you mentioned there are always business reasons for releasing (or not releasing) on all platforms.
That said, we have a good working relationship with Microsoft and would love to release our game on the Xbox One platform when it is possible for us to do so. I cannot say if or when these games will release for the platform, but we’ll keep looking into it!
While messing around, I noticed that there are cow items in Waterloo. They are called "AScaleToA", "AScaleToB", and "AScaleToC". They teleport you to three different places in waterloo. What are these and why were they in the game? Plus, how in the world did I get them??1 vote
Whoa, nice find! They were used for debugging the game and not meant to be released to the public, so it’s weird that you somehow got them to appear. It’s unlikely that we’ll release any update for that. Hope it doesn’t mess with your playthrough.
It would start by saying: OK, you want to play this old game on your computer. Is that right?
Then you say yes. Then it says, OK, here are the the requirements for this game: 1,2 3 etc. Here is where you look on your computer to see if you have that. I will wait while you check. Then you check and click on either yes I have that or no I don't. If you have it, then it says, good. now first you must download steam. This is how you will do that: 1,2 3 etc. AFTER it is downloaded, the screen will direct you you to ___ and you must click on ___ and ___. Now you have steam. You should be able to see it in ___ on your computer. Can you find it on your computer? You say yes or no.
Anyway. I'm sure you get my drift on this.
I can blunder my way through on things sometimes. but I have not been able to do that with this or with another PC downloads site for old games. They have Zork games. Step by step list 1,2 3 instructions and treating us like stupid old people (I don't say children because a child would probably be able to do this) would help at least me.
Also, you have my screen name wrong if Hijoles is meant to be me
It would start by saying: OK, you want to play this old game on your computer. Is that right?
Then you say yes. Then it says, OK, here are the the requirements for this game: 1,2 3 etc. Here is where you look on your computer to see if you have that. I will wait while you check. Then you check and click on either yes I have that or no I don't. If you have it, then it says, good. now first you must download steam. This is how you will do that: 1,2 3 etc. AFTER it is…1 vote
Perhaps we can add content like this on our website, but for now this is on the backburner.
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