Broken Age Sales Help Fund The Game’s Second Installment
Everybody let out a huge sigh of relief when Kickstarter funded game Broken Age was not terrible. In fact it was pretty good. Developer Double Fine had delivered on their promise and not squandered the crowd-funded money. Broken Age Part 2 however, has had some funding concerns and delays however Double Fine recently announced that the game’s second installment will be funded by the proceeds from sales of the first game.
Speaking with GamesIndustry International, studio head Tim Schafer wouldn’t talk specific sales but affirmed the decision to break the game up into two halves. It has managed to fund the game’s second part and the yet to be released mobile version of Broken Age. Broken Age was originally intended for release in October 2012, but thanks to bringing in $3.36 million against a $400,000 goal and stretch goal growth, the project was immediately pushed out a bit to account for the larger scope.
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The first part released in January to positive reception, just read our review if you don’t believe me. Part 2 is set to release in April or May.