Double Fine now offers users additional incentive to donate to its Humble Bundle for the company's yearly Amnesia Fortnight game jam by offering a PC copy of prototype Brazen to all users who offer over the average in donations.
Brazen is a co-op brawler from design lead Brad Muir, known best for his work on Iron Brigade. The title combines the combat style of Monster Hunter with an homage to the early stop-motion films of animator Ray Harryhausen, while allowing players to choose from three specialized classes and collectively take down enormous enemies.
"The prototype will be available immediately to everyone who has already purchased the bundle, and will be a beat the average offer going forward," say Double Fine. "Both direct downloads and Steam keys will be available."
Double Fine's fourth annual game jam began earlier this week. Projects are pitched to the public who will then vote on which games enter a two-week development cycle. Downloadable prototypes of the winning games will be made available through the Humble Bundle website, alongside past Amnesia Fortnight projects Costume Quest and Happy Song, the game that inspired Sesame Street Kinect title Once Upon a Monster.
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