Double Fine's Broken Age teaser trailer is a whimsically rich affair

A teaser trailer for Double Fine Productions' upcoming point-and-click adventure game, Broken Age, features surreal visuals set to haunting music.

The title revolves around a boy who resides in a spaceship and a girl who lives in a village. The characters live parallel lives. Their paths head for adventure when the boy leaves the spaceship and the girl escapes the village before being sacrificed to a sea monster.

Broken Age was announced by Double Fine at its PAX East panel over the weekend. The title was funded through a Kickstarter campaign last year, which raised $3.3 million.

Pre-orders for Broken Age DRM-free for PC, Mac and Linux are available at the official Broken Age website. Broken Age will also be released on the Ouya Android console. The $15 pre-order package includes the title and beta access.

The $30 package includes the game, beta access and backer access. Backer access consists of "private backer-only discussion forums," all episodes of 2 Player Productions' documentary series and development materials from the Double Fine.

Check out Polygon's feature on Double Fine here.

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