Tag Archives: Double Fine Happy Action Theater
Wed, Dec 19, 2012 | 00:39 GMT
Kinect Party has launched and will be free through December 31. Grab it now from the Xbox Marketplace – make sure you get both the base game and full unlock. Kinect Party is the sequel to Double Fine Happy Action Theater, which both Pat and Mike hailed as an excellent use of Kinect and one of the few truly kid-friendly games available. If you own both you can unlock the original’s activities in the sequel.
Sat, Mar 03, 2012 | 08:32 GMT
A cheap and cheerful downloadable title has done more to sell Mike Bowden on the future of Microsoft’s motion control than all the auto showrooms and tactical commands in the world.
Wed, Feb 01, 2012 | 14:58 GMT
Microsoft has added Double Fine Happy Action Theater and Rhythm Party to the Xbox Live Marketplace, along with a few other goodies as well.
Tue, Jan 31, 2012 | 10:31 GMT
Tim Schafer has made a Kinect game playable by two year-olds. Simple? Not. Patrick Garratt speaks to the Double Fine boss on the difficulty in reducing sophistication and whether or not Kinect can ever appeal to the core.
Fri, Jan 13, 2012 | 20:32 GMT
Double Fine has confirmed to Joystiq that its Kinect exclusive Happy Action Theater will be released on Xbox Live Arcade February 1. Announced back in October as a game for “three-year-olds or college dorm rooms full of drunken 20-year-olds”, it was originally slated for a holiday release before seeing a delay. It features 18 mini-games lasting a few minutes each, offering a cycling playlist which turns your living or dorm room into a virtual playgrounds.