Day one of Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight now viewable online

Double Fine Productions kicked off its first day of prototyping the games that won Amnesia Fortnight — a contest where small teams of the studio's employees pitch game ideas that, if selected, are turned into prototypes that could potentially be developed into full games — today and live-streamed the whole event.

The three-part video stream, now viewable online, spans seven hours and is a window into Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight development process. Viewers can watch the teams brainstorm ideas, talk about the logistics of game development and create the prototype of their game.

The games that are being prototyped include Hack 'n Slash, Spacebase DF9, The White Birch and Autonomous. The studio intends on live-streaming every day of Amnesia Fortnight.

A bundle of prototyped games that includes those being prototyped as part of Amnesia Fortnight 2012 and prototypes from previous Amnesia Fortnights can be bought here.

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