Midnight City

Double Fine publishing hopes to prevent indies “becoming the new casual”

Double Fine’s efforts to enter the publishing space are about keeping indies visible and profitable, according to chief operating officer Justin Bailey.


Midnight City headlines

  • Majesco Q1: next-gen transition blamed for drop in revenues

    Majesco posted year-on-year decreases in revenue and earnings in its first quarter financials, blaming the generational transition.

  • Slender: The Arrival releasing on PS3 and Xbox 360 during Q1 2014

    Slender: The Arrival will be released through Playstation Network and Xbox Marketplace for PS3 and Xbox 360, receptively. The console version of Midnight City’s horror title will include an extra layer of polish as well as two new levels in which the player will take on the role of Slender Man’s victims – upon completion […]

  • Blood of the Werewolf and Slender: The Arrival make their way to GameStop's digital storefront

    Blood of the Werewolf and Slender: The Arrival, the first two titles from Majesco’s new indie label Midnight City, have been released on GameStop’s digital storefront. Not only does this give you yet another option for picking up both titles online if you’re not a fan of Steam, it also means you can wander into […]

  • The Bridge coming to Xbox Live in November

    The Bridge, the indie puzzler described as M.C. Escher meets Sir Issac Newton, will be made available on Xbox Live November 13. Published by Majesco Entertainment’s indie-arm, Midnight City, the Quantum Astrophysicists Guild-developed 2D logic puzzler tasks the player with manipulating gravity to redefine the ceiling as the floor while venturing through impossible architecture. It’s […]

  • Slender: The Arrival draws on Marble Hornets canon, Oculus Rift compatible

    Following a teasing announce last week, Slender: The Arrival’s Steam release has been officially announced with details of the new content and features coming later this month.

  • Majesco Entertainment forms new independent label called Midnight City

    Majesco Entertainment announced today a newly formed label called Midnight City which will focus on the independent games market, offering support on digital distribution platforms like Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC. Midnight City will be led by Casey Lynch, former editor-in-chief of IGN, and Doug Kennedy, former president and CEO of Reverb Communications […]