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Double Fine's  Stacking  Coming To PC
Double Fine's Stacking Coming To PC
December 16, 2011 | By Tom Curtis

December 16, 2011 | By Tom Curtis
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Newsbrief: Today, Double Fine Productions revealed that its Russian nesting doll adventure game Stacking will soon make its debut on PC.

This news marks just the latest in a string of PC focused efforts for the Tim Schafer-led studio. Earlier this year, the company launched a PC version of its Halloween-themed Costume Quest, and put out a Mac and updated Steam version of its beloved platformer Psychonauts.


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Chris OKeefe
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I'm really glad to see this. I've always been a fan of Double Fine and Tim Schafer. I remember when this was originally coming out on consoles and wishing they were doing a PC port, as I didn't have the platform. Looking forward to supporting their efforts.



I recall Tim saying he had more or less given up on the PC market. I'm still a little bitter with him about that. But maybe we can make amends.

Jonathan Jennings
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I loved this game on the 360, it definitely got a little monotonous towards the end but finding all the solutions a, observing the truly unique visual style, and finding all the little nods to gamers in it were a blast. I woud definitely check out the demo of it once it comes out if I were a PC gamer.


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