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SEGA publishing new game by Double Fine Productions

Posted by Barry the NomadFollow Barry the Nomad on Twitter! on May 22nd, 2012

SEGA’s Twitter has recently posted a mystery image on Flickr, seen here, of a forest setting with a chunk missing from the image and a question mark. Clearly they are teasing a new game, but what game could it be? Well, we shared the initial image on our Facebook page, and a kind reader by the name of Marius Theßeling speculated that the art matched the style of Ron Gilbert’s unannounced upcoming game from Double Fine Productions. And sure enough, it matches up! We simply grabbed the image from SEGA’s flicker, and dropped in all the character art from Gilbert’s blog onto the image. Just like a puzzle, an image came together and you can see the completed image above. So it’s official: SEGA is teaming with Double Fine to publish a game! Sorry if we ruined the surprise, SEGA. But all the pieces were there.

6 thoughts on “SEGA publishing new game by Double Fine Productions”

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  1. Aki-at says:

    So Sherlock reads our Facebook page? Excellent stuff!

    Nice to see SEGA has already got a new IP after the hectic reshuffle they have had, shows they still have money to invest, even if the license itself does not belong to them, on new original titles.

  2. Radrappy says:

    Now this is a developer I can get behind!

  3. mark says:

    Wow COOL! Double Fine is the best studio in the world! how cool to have sega working with Double Fine!!!

  4. crackdude says:

    This just got featured in Kotaku.

    They called us intrepid. Nice.

    1. George says:

      Time to put the Korrecting Kotaku articles up in the featured bar.

  5. Barry the nomad says:

    Barry the Intrepid. Yes, that’ll do.

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