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.
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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