Double Fine Amnesia Fortnight adds Brazen prototype

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 22 November 2012 02:46 GMT

Double Fine has sweetened the deal on its Humble Bundle-powered Amnesia Fortnight scheme by offering a playable prototype to those who meet a minimum donation level.

Those who donate more than the average price – currently sitting at $6.51 – will receive a copy of Brazen, playable on PC.

Brazen is a four-player co-op online game in the works at Double Fine; the project is being led by Brad Muir, who helmed Iron Brigade (nee Trenched). Apparently inspired by classic Hollywood films like Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts, and the original Clash of the Titans, the action affair boasts three classes, the Stalwart, Waracle and Beerzerker.

Check out a video below, but remember – this is a prototype and likely to be pretty rough, and there’s no guarantee it will make it to release.

Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight allows fans to vote on which pitches it should develop into prototypes, and eventually, which is the best one.

Thanks, PC Gamer.

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